Nov 202014
New: RE-TURNO and Staff Member José

Greetings from CAPACES Leadership Institute! The weather is crisp and sunny,  and we’re excited to tell you the big news: – We welcome José García, RE-TURNO Program Coordinator – TURNO becomes RE-TURNO:  Trades are encouraged! – Students marched for justice, catch Senator’s attention – Special thanks:  Honoring Monica Smith Meet José García, our newest team member.  José is [read more]

  •  November 20, 2014
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Oct 202014
Touching Lives -

Greetings from CAPACES Leadership Institute! Although Oregon’s weather is gently easing into fall, its political climate has been tumultuous for some time. Throughout this season, CAPACES Leadership Institute has remained a strong shelter for the communities we serve in the Willamette Valley. We continue to guide community leaders of our sister organizations so they might [read more]

  •  October 20, 2014
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Sep 162014
Grateful for YOU

Friends,  Hot summer days are waning, and we at CAPACES are excitedly channeling the momentum from our anniversary celebration into our fall programs. You may have noticed a recent Facebook trend – and it’s not the Ice Bucket Challenge!  Friends are challenging one another to write about what they are grateful for each day for [read more]

  •  September 16, 2014
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Jun 282014
August 9:  Save the date!

August 9:   Save the Date! Our third anniversary celebration is quickly arriving!  We are proud to accomplish so much in the prior year, and we want to celebrate these milestones with you. This last year marked significant leadership growth in staff from our sister organizations, TURNO high school students, and community members who have [read more]

Jun 282014
We graduated:  What’s next?

Remember High School? How the last week of the school year was the most anticipated?  How you didn’t have to worry about doing homework? How you were excited about what the next year would bring and the wonder of what life after high school would be like? What jobs you would need to get? Or [read more]