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SEWA-AIFW(Asian Indian Family Wellness)
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Our Introduction

SEWA-AIFW is a non​-profit organization based in Mi​nneapolis, Minnesota. The main mission of SEWA-AIFW is to serve Asian Indian families in various fields.i.e., Health Care, Education, Women Care, Youth Movement, Seniors Programs, Bh​utanese Acitivities and so on. 
SEWA-AIFW looks forward to help our families with services they need. 

Should you have any questions, advices, suggestions, or do you need help? Please do not hesitate to contact us immediately. 
Your one call can bring you a great change to your life. 














SEWA-AIFW provides services to vulnerable and underserved south Asian population living in Minnesota.  ​
 
 
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We love and respect them

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SEWA is committed to promoting the total wellness of all members of the community, including  ​seniors​. SEWA understands the challenges that South Asian seniors face in the United States and offers various pro grams aimed at  helping them live a comfortable and healthy lives in Minnesota.  Read More>>​

​Summer 2015 AmeriCorps Positions​

Conservation Corps Opportunities

Summer 2015 AmeriCorps positions -Apply now!
AmeriCorps members (ages 18-25) serving throughout Minnesota.

Conservation Apprentice Academy, positions based throughout Minnesota: Serve alongside a natural resource professional in a Soil and Water Conservation District, learning hands-on skills in managing water resources!

Superior National Forest Diversity Crews, positions based in Ely & Tofte: Learn field skills and serve outdoors on a crew restoring habitat. The Superior National Forest "Faces of Tomorrow" initiative strives to diversify the USFS workforce; priority will be given to minorities and under-represented applicants between the ages of 18-25.

Summer Youth Corps Leaders, positions based at St. Croix State Park in Hinckley: Co-lead crews of youth, camping and completing natural resource work throughout the state.

"I Can Paddle!", positions based in St. Paul: Lead community members in Minnesota Department of Natural Resources canoeing and paddling workshops.

Benefits: All positions are AmeriCorps positions, earning a monthly stipend of $1235, health insurance, student loan forbearance during the service term, and a post-service AmeriCorps Education Award.


Questions?
Contact Recruitment Coordinator
651-209-9900 x31 or recruit@conservationcorps.org


 


Habitat restoration projects:
Vegetation management 
Invasive species removal
Herbicide application
Planting
Nursery activities
Seed collection
Shoreline restoration
Rain garden maintenance
Prescribed burning
Timber stand improvement
Trail construction
Trail maintenance
Disaster response
Fire suppression

Some of our contents are brought to you by AmeriCorps: Feild Crews)




2015 Change Fellows Application Now Open!​

28-Sep-13-Youthprise-larger-0460-copy-251x300.jpgYouthPrise is seeking young people [16-25] with big ideas to invest in through their Change Fellow Initiative

What does a Change Fellow do?

  • 1 year commitment beginning February 7, 2015
  • Participate in ten personal & professional development sessions with the Change Fellows cohort
  • Participate in the curriculum, read two books, keep a visual journal
  • Complete implementation plan

 What does a Change Fellow get?

  • $3,500 stipend to actively participate
  • Curriculum materials
  • Opportunity to apply for an implementation grant after successfully completing the fellowship

Applications due January 23rd, 2015 by 5pm CST.​


Apply today!! visit YouthPrise Website by clicking here​







​March Working Towards​ Success Newsletter 2015. 

​​​Click here to download/print our March 2015 slideshow. 
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As a non-profit organization, SEWA-AIFW is available 24/7 to help people with issues, or any kind of emergencies. If you are expereincing those circumstances, please call our crisis hotline. ​

CRISIS LINE: ​​​​952-912-9100 ​

(confidential & culturally specific services)


Your ​Support is all we need

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​Sewa-Aifw helds many activities in the weekly basis. Those activities are brought to you for your better movement in present time, and in the future. Some of the activities that Sewa-Aifw performs are: 

​* Bhutanese program

*​ Senior Program

*​ Sewa-Aifw Health Clinics

* ​Women program

* ​Field Crews Positions available! ​s

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Sewa ​- Aide Clinics


Health Clinics are Starting from March, 2015. 

More information on Health Clinics will be updated soon. 
Please contact us if you have any questions regarding our clinic.

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​​We always welcome our volunteers. We respect their times that they are giving us. If you want to help us, click here​ to sign up for volunteering. ​


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SEWA-AIFW'S ​staff with Senator Hayden at the Capitol ​on Council ​of Asian ​Pacific Islander day.


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