The Road Home Online: December 2015 Registration
The Road Home is an online First-time homebuyer course available to MassHousing and the ONE mortgage borrowers. In order to receive a MassHousing or ONE loan you must complete this course or a certified in-person Homebuying 101 course. The certificate is only valid in the state of MA. This is an online course, but there is an in-person wrap-up session you must attend in order to receive a valid certificate of completion. Please read below for more information on the course. The Road Home consists of seven modules. You must complete all seven modules and receive a score of at least 80% on the quiz at the end of the course. This will take you at least 4 hours in total. You will receive a certificate acknowledging that you have completed the online component of the course. You will need to print this out and bring it to your in-person session. Once you have completed the online portion of the course you will need to contact The Homebuying Mentors to schedule an in-person coaching session. This will be a small group session and will be held at The Homebuying Mentors office, located in Allston, MA. Sessions are held on the third Monday of each month from 4to 6:00pm for homebuyers in the beginning of the process. Sessions are scheduled on the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 4to 5:00pm for those who have signed a Purchase & Sale agreement. Please contact one of our staff members to schedule your in-person session after you have completed the online portion of the course. You will receive your valid certificate of completion at the end of the in-person coaching session. Please Note: The registration fee is non-refundable. **When typing your information on the first page, please enter Allston Brighton CDC as your homebuyer counseling agency.** Before accessing the on-line course you should check the following system requirements. The minimum software requirements for viewing the class content include the following: o Adobe Flash Player 6, 0, 79 or later. One of the following Web browsers (the stated version or later): o Windows: Internet Explorer 6, Firefox 1, Google Chrome, Safari 3, Opera 9.5, Netscape 7, AOL 8, CompuServe 7 o Macintosh: Firefox 1, Google Chrome, Safari 3, Opera 9.5, Netscape 7, AOL 7 o Linux: Firefox 1, Opera 9.5, Konqueror 3.3.1 If you would like to know more about the MassHousing loan program, please visit their website. More information on the ONE mortgage can be found on MHP's website.
When: Sep 28, 2016 1pm in Allston, MA
When: Sep 28, 2016 4pm in Allston, MA
Leadership: Finding Your Voice in Music & Medicine
Fields as seemingly disparate as music and medicine share common questions around leadership: What does it mean to lead? How do we learn? When should we lead and when should we follow? How do we communicate from each perspective? In this hybrid lecture/performance, you'll hear from luminaries in the fields of music, medicine, and beyond sharing their research about leadership and experience leading in groups large and small. The Longwood Symphony Orchestra will explore the topic through a curated set of performances demonstrating the varied ways leadership can function in both music and medicine. Who it’s for: arts enthusiasts, students, healthcare professionals, communicators, current and future leaders Vibe: inspiring, enlightening, motivating Hosts Lisa M. Wong, MD Pediatrician and past President of the Longwood Symphony Orchestra Participating Organization Longwood Symphony Orchestra Speakers Emily HsiehViolinist, Longwood Symphony OrchestraResearch Assistant, Dana Farber Terry Buchmiller, M.D.Violinist, Longwood Symphony Orchestra, Pediatric Surgery, Boston Children's Hospital Lisa M. Wong, M.D. Violinist, Longwood Symphony OrchestraPediatrician, Milton Pediatric Associates, Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's Hospital, Mass. General Hospital, Metro West Hospital, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Julie Reimann, M.D. Ph.DCellist, Longwood Symphony OrchestraDirector, Molecular Dermatopathology, Miraca Life Sciences, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology, Tufts Univ. School of Medicine Mark Gebhardt, M.D. Clarinet, Longwood Symphony OrchestraProfessor of Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School, Boston Children's HospitalChief of Orthopedics, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Dr. Cristoph WestphalCo-founder and Partner, Longwood FundChair, CEO and co-founder of Flex Pharma *** This event is taking place as part of HUBweek, a week-long ideas festival celebrating innovation at the intersection of art, science, and technology across Greater Boston.
When: Sep 28, 2016 7pm in Allston, MA