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Extras for local film shoot

Fast Color, a feature film starring Guga Mbatha-Raw from Concussion and Saniyya Sidney from Fences and Roots, is looking for African American girls and women for scenes shooting in the Albuquerque area in March and April. This is a wonderful script about powerful African American Women.

Please send a photo with height and weight and phone number to castingabq@gmail.com. Please put Fast Color in the subject line. New Mexico Residents only.

Accounting Intern

The Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico is seeking an Accounting Intern to work in a paid position for approximately 15 to 20 hours per week depending on work- flow and experience.

Applicants should have the following minimal background in non-profit accounting:

* Accounts Payable
* Check Deposits
* Account reconciliation
* Bank reconciliation
* Filing
* Scanning and Copying
* Proven ability to follow directions
* Be a Self-Starter
* Match Checks with invoicing and Check preparation
* Other duties as assigned.

Please contact Signe Holve at sholve@rapecrisiscnm.org or call 505-291-3561

MLK JR. DRUM MAJOR FOR JUSTICE COMPETITION

All interested high school juniors and seniors should send their essay and completed application packet (MLK_Competition_2017_Student_Handbook) to regionxnba@gmail.com by April 22, 2017.

The Region X 2017 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drum Major for Justice Advocacy Competition is open to high school juniors and seniors and includes both an essay and oral advocacy component.  The competition encourages students to express their views on a pre-selected topic and focuses on the ability of the students to communicate orally and in writing.  The first round of the competition requires the student to write an essay (no longer than 1000 words) that answers what Martin Luther King, Jr. would think about a current event.