Arnerich Massena’s I AM Learning Partnership, in partnership with local non-profit Reading Results, hosted their second year of summer literacy school, which was a tremendous success! This six-week program was free to 32 first through fourth grade students from Irvington, Sabin, and Boise-Eliot Schools, who were identified and selected for the program because they were not meeting state literacy benchmarks. Read more
The girls of the I AM Learning Partnership, Arnerich Massena’s award-winning community service program, are getting inspired by learning about women business owners and entrepreneurs in action. On April 4, the club took a field trip to visit Lisa Tran, the owner of Tan Tan Café, at her restaurant in Beaverton. Read more
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The I AM Learning Partnership Girls’ Club, where girls from third to sixth grade meet weekly for mentorship and enrichment activities, were recently treated to a visit from a local restaurateur, Lisa Tran from Tan Tan Café. Ms. Tran shared her inspiring story with the girls and provided special instruction on how to make salad rolls! Read more
Arnerich Massena community service coordinators Kate DeGraw and Elly Kendig attended the Portland Business Journal Corporate Philanthropy Luncheon on October 11, where Arnerich Massena was recognized among the top corporate philanthropists in the small company category. Read more
As one of three finalists for the prestigious Invest in Others Corporate Philanthropy Award, Arnerich Massena was invited to attend the 11th Annual Invest in Others Award Gala in New York City. The event, on September 28, celebrated this year’s awards finalists and winners, and the outstanding contributions they have all made to their communities. Tony and Christine Arnerich were among the 4,000 attendees of this tremendous event! Read more
The Corporate Philanthropy Awards presented by The Portland Business Journal “recognize companies who are making a difference in our communities by moving the needle of giving and providing monetary contributions that create change.” We are proud to be named one of the top ten corporate philanthropists in the small company category. Awards will be presented and rankings announced at the upcoming Corporate Philanthropy Awards Luncheon on October 11, 2017. Read more
Irvington School is hosting its first-ever school supply drive on August 25, 2017 to alleviate school supply costs for Irvington families and classroom teachers. Local businesses donated supplies and funding for the event, organized by Kamelah Adams and Bryan Steelman along with the Irvington PTA and principal Satrina Chargualaf. The supply drive is part of an overall effort to send a message of greater inclusion, community, and belonging among all members of the Irvington School Community.
Arnerich Massena’s first-ever summer literacy school was a grand success! First and second-grade students from Irvington, Sabin, Boise-Eliot, and King Schools came to Irvington Elementary School for a six-week long camp hosted by the I AM Learning Partnership and local non-profit Reading Results. The camp was provided at no cost to participating families, and served about 20 children in total. Read more