Jose Zelaya is one of our oldest and newest members to the Walnut Way team, because he started here as a teen in our internship program in 2013. Now he’s returned in a landscaping position with Walnut Way’s Blue Skies Landscaping. I’m Jose. I am 24 years old. I have one daughter. I enjoy working..
TMJ4’s Julia Fello visited Walnut Way this February 2020 to learn about our development project, The Wellness Commons that will feature a variety of health and wellness-minded tenants. We’ve broken ground in 2019 and are excited to create a space for pathways to wellness in the community. Watch the latest coverage.
Walnut Way will take part in the CommUNITY Growth Summit, February 12, 2020 at the Northwestern Mutual Tower and Commons. The summit is organized by Milwaukee 2020, the group responsible for organizing the 2020 Democratic National Convention that will take place in Milwaukee in July 2020. The two-day CommUNITY Summit will serve to highlight Milwaukee..
We are excited to welcome our partner MCFI to Walnut Way’s next Neighbor Night to share a valuable job training opportunity with you. About the Program: MCFI’s Food Industry Job Training Program’s goal is to train and provide job placement in the food industry, whatever your interest, from managerial, cooking, to custodial services. 9-week program Begins March..
In the spirit of strengthening wellness, Walnut Way is excited to hold space for Wounded Soldiers, a six-week pilot program centered around healing from trauma. Adult women, ages 21 and older are welcome to attend. Register by emailing the facilitator, Jasmine at firstname.lastname@example.org. ABOUT WOUNDED SOLDIERS Wounded Soldiers mission is to provide the community with..
Art is an important fabric of Walnut Way and the community we serve. It provides a space for expression, civic engagement, and transforming the built environment. Thanks to program partnership with ArtWorks for Milwaukee, several teens took part in mural internships. Learn more about the most recent project in this latest interview with TMJ4 Julia Fello.
The Environmental Stewardship Department is Walnut Way’s largest department, consisting of several important programs including: Blue Skies Landscaping, Growing Youth Leadership, and Campus Production & Sales. We are seeking to fill two administrative roles in the department and several Blue Skies Landscaping members for a robust 2020 season. Environmental Department Administrative Positions: Environmental Stewardship Operations..
Dear Friends, Happy new year! Thanks to support from you, our year end appeal has so far raised $9,650. Your generosity is already making an impact. Our environmental team is gearing up for a robust 2020 by taking new courses and trainings! Blue Skies Landscaping (BSL) team members are hitting the books at MATC in..
Sarah Eichhorn, M.F.A. Environmental Stewardship Operations Manager I grew up in the south suburbs of Chicago and went to public schools during my youth. In 2013, I moved to Milwaukee with my partner where we settled in the Riverwest neighborhood. We have enjoyed every moment of living in our neighborhood and Milwaukee as a city…