Winter/Spring registration begins January 3, 2017. Take a look at what's in store this winter.
You can provide the individual attention that helps children build confidence and experience success. Please consider becoming an OASIS tutor.
Michael Colabufo retired from Syracuse Catholic Schools in 2009 after serving as their school superintendent. He had experienced a heart attack some 20 years earlier at age 38, and at his retirement, he found that he was still struggling to maintain good heart health.
OASIS is seeking community volunteers to train as peer leaders for an interactive chronic disease self-management program (CDSMP).
Once trained, the peer leaders will work in pairs to lead workshops at various sites in Onondaga County. Each workshop runs for six weeks (one day a week for 2 ½ hours a day).
“I always anticipated that I would do something when I retired, but it didn’t look like this,” says Wendy Davenport, who has a new career with the Syracuse volunteer team.
Nancy George has been an active volunteer with OASIS for almost 12 years.
Self manage your arthritis with this free workshop.
OASIS is proud to be named to the S&I 100, an index of top nonprofits creating social impact. The Social Impact Exchange is a national membership association dedicated to building a capital marketplace that scales proven solutions to improve the lives of millions.
Beloved OASIS instructor remembered. Hear stories about Bill and listen to some of the music that inspired his life. Daniel shares fond memories of monthly breakfasts he had with Bill during which they talked about music, literature and theatre.
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