Documentary Studies Young Salvadorans

"Here to Stay: Young Immigrants from El Salvador," a half-hour documentary on the struggles of Salvadoran immigrants in the United States, will be shown for the first time at 7 tonight in the auditorium of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library.

The film, charting the special difficulties of teenagers who immigrate alone to this country, was produced by local filmmaker Cintia Cabib in conjunction with Maryland Community Television. Archives Grant

The National Archives has received a foundation grant to publish an inventory of historic records of public buildings and parks in the city dating to 1790, the year Congress established the nation's capital on this site.

The inventory, which will be made available free to researchers and librarians, will describe records relating to the creation, location and early governance of the District, including letters, reports and drawings of some of Washington's foremost planners and architects.

It also will include records of early presidents and drawings of the White House, U.S. Capitol, bridges, monuments and statues.

The grant of $17,600 to finance the project is from the Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation. Free Vaccinations

The Commission of Public Health and the Office of Latino Affairs are offering free vaccinations to any city resident from 5 to 8 tonight and Feb. 7 at the Reeves Municipal Center, 2000 14th Street NW. Minors must be accompanied by parents or guardians. Immunization records are required. Call 576-7128. Eisenhower Memorabilia

The Eisenhower Library and Museum in Abilene, Kan., is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of President Dwight D. Eisenhower by adding to its repertoire of records and artifacts of people who served under Eisenhower during World War II.

Materials of interest include letters, diaries, photographs, uniforms, posters and patriotic memorabilia. People interested in offering such items should write the Eisenhower Library, Abilene, Kan. 67410. Hot Line Volunteers

The D.C. Hotline needs Spanish- and English-speaking volunteers for its child abuse and neglect hot line. Training is provided. Call 223-0020. Academic Olympics

Students interested in competing in the annual Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics for D.C. high school students must apply by the end of today through their school counselors.

Students in grades nine through 12 compete in an academic showcase in math, computer science, chemistry, art, dance, vocal music, oratory and poetry writing.

The olympics will be April 20 at Cardozo High School.

Call 291-5644. Mental Health and the War

The D.C. Mental Health Association is holding a workshop Monday for people having emotional problems related to the Persian Gulf War.

Many people cannot cope with the realities and the potential outcomes of the war, said Anita Shelton, the association's executive director. The workshop will instruct people on how to get professional help and provide them advice on how handle the war's "emotional assault."

The workshop will be from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the association's headquarters, 1628 16th St. NW.

Young Soloists' Competition The National Symphony Orchestra Education Program is accepting applications for the NSO Young Soloists' Competition.

A college division is open to high school graduates studying music in the area or Washington residents studying music elsehwere. Applicants may be instrumentalists no more than 23 years old or vocalists no more than 26 as of March 3. A high school division is open to instrumental students, grades 10 through 12.

Applications must be postmarked no later than tomorrow for the college program and Feb. 15 for the high school program.

Winners will perform with the National Symphony Orchestra.

Call 416-8800. Benefit Concert

A group of residents and businesses are sponsoring a benefit concert a 7:30 p.m. Saturday for So Others Might Eat, a nonprofit group that helps get food to the homeless and other needy people.

The event at Temple Emanuel at 10101 Connecticut Ave. in Kensington will feature several performing groups. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at the door.