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El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center Chosen as a 2021 Nonprofit of the Year
El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center Chosen as a 2021 Nonprofit of the Year San Bernardino, Calif. – July 19, 2021 – El Sol Neighborhood Educational Center is proud to announce it has been selected as a 2021 California Nonprofit of
El Sol Neighborhood Education Center’s Covid-19 Response Efforts Recognized By Dr. Anthony Fauci
El Sol Neighborhood Education Center’s Covid-19 Response Efforts Recognized By Dr. Anthony Fauci; Staff Invited To White House Event San Bernardino, Calif. – July 15, 2021 – El Sol Neighborhood Education Center, a pioneer in community health worker and promotores
Holistic Learning Center
Holistic Learning Center Park Meetings The residents in San Bernardino can help El Sol plan and design the Holistic Learning Center by giving us your input. The center will be a safe place for you and your family to enjoy
Since the Onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the largely Spanish speaking communities of San Bernardino County in Southern California have experienced high rates of COVID-related illness and death. Yet, these communities have also faced vaccine hesitancy and low rates of vaccination.
It has never been more critical to document and amplify lessons learned from out nation’s pandemic response in order to shift how we perceive, value and fund CBOs and CBWs.
It was a typical weekday at the Cardenas Market in Rialto, a small suburb of the city of San Bernardino, but with one exception: Customers were greeted just inside the entrance by two masked faces behind a folding table stacked with pamphlets. This is now the work of superheroes.
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El Sol’s Coordinated, Multi-Sector Efforts Proven to Combat COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has generated inconceivable human and economic loss on an unimaginable scale. In the Inland Empire alone, at least 14,375 residents have died due to the virus, according to the California Department of Public Health. 1 These are not
Career Pathways Part II: Developing Skills, Workforce & Sustainable Salaries
All sectors have different required skill sets. The broad categories are hard and soft skills. In healthcare, the difference between hard and soft skills is distinct. Emphasis has focused on developing (clinical) skills, but the skills (communication, collaboration, compassion, critical
The Importance of Dedicated, Sustainable Community Health Worker Pathways
There has been an increased need for Community Health Workers since the implementation of the Affordable Health Care Act and the COVID-19 pandemic. For decades, community health workers and promotores (CHW/Ps) have effectively provided culturally comfortable, person-centered services that bridge