• Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 05:00 PM · 135 rsvps
    City Heights Center, 4305 University Ave. Suite 640 San Diego, CA, 92105

    Networking Night: Youth Movements and Leadership

    As we have seen time and time again, young people are powerful and incredible directors of change when given the opportunity to engage and lead. Join us as we have a conversation centered on youth movements and leadership, where we'll hear from rising young leaders and adults that work to empower our youth.  

    Click here to view the agenda. Appetizers, Spanish interpretation, and childcare will be provided. Contact Maryan Osman for any questions and interpretation requests.

    • Dalia Villa – Mid-City CAN Youth Council
    • Jonathan Martinez – Barrio Logan College Institute
    • Destiny Thwreatt – Aaron Price Fellows Program
    • Max Ellorin – Office of Councilmember Monica Montgomery
    • Arthur Soriano – Youth Empowerment 
    Moderator: Paul Watson – The Global Action Research Center (ARC) 
  • Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 05:30 PM · 3 rsvps
    Mid-City CAN

    Hiring Nights - Neighborhood Captains

    Mid-City CAN is excited to announce the launch of our civic engagement program this fall. The goal is to engage and inform our community about current issues. We will be canvassing and phone-banking registered voters. 



  • Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 08:30 AM · 72 rsvps
    City Heights Center in San Diego, CA

    Community Convening in City Heights

    Community Convening: CENSUS 2020


    The City Heights Community Convening is held twice a year to gather current Building Healthy Community (BHC) grantees, former BHC grantees, City Heights residents, and partner organizations working to make this community a better place for everyone.

    Featuring updates from The California Endowment, informative discussions on key issues, and team bonding activities, the community convening is a wonderful opportunity to engage those empowering City Heights and our San Diego region as a whole.


    Stay tuned for agenda and event details.  

  • Thursday, November 14, 2019 at 06:00 PM · $25.00 USD · 1 rsvp
    Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation

    30th Anniversary Gala

    Since 1989...

    Guided by Mid-City CAN’s mission to create a safe, productive, and healthy community through collaboration, advocacy, and organizing, Mid-City CAN continues to stand with members of the community, to imagine the change we want to see and then to make it happen through neighborhood action!! 

    To honor 30 years of steadfast advocacy on behalf of the City Heights community, we are proud to host our very first gala:

    Rising to New Heights: Celebrating 30 Years of Neighborhood Action, Regional Impact!

    Throughout the evening, we will honor legislative, advocacy, and community organizing champions for their commitment to building people power and advancing equity for City Heights and beyond!

    Help us write the next 30 years of Mid-City CAN history by reserving your seat in advance or by becoming a sponsor.

    About Mid-City CAN
    Mid-City CAN is a local advocacy network whose neighborhood action has created real regional impact. Mid-City CAN does not work alone, our wins are a reflection of a powerful collaborative of individuals from all corners of our community including teachers, organizers, board members, parents, high school students, and political thought leaders.