13 April, 2017
Gadsden State to host Nonprofit Day
As a part of National Community College Month, Gadsden State Community College is hosting Nonprofit Day April 13 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the One Stop Center on the East Broad Street campus.
“Gadsden State is a firm believer in the word ‘community’ and has always believed in the value of community service and the importance of giving back,” said Pam Clough, director of continuing education and organizer of Gadsden State’s Community College Month events. “Nonprofit Day is being held to celebrate and promote awareness of Etowah County’s nonprofit organizations, the work they do and the communities they serve.”
Nonprofit Day will attract people who are thinking about volunteering or those who are already volunteering but want to see what opportunities are available.
“Nonprofit Day provides a fun and relaxed environment where community members, employees and students can gather information about local non-profit services,” she said. “We want to raise public awareness of the missions of our local nonprofit agencies.”
Nonprofit Day is a non-cost event. Organizations wanting to participate in Nonprofit Day should setup a tabletop display or booth and have representatives on-hand to answer questions. Be sure to have lists of volunteer opportunities for the organization as well as contact information. Please have information for potential clients as well. Gadsden State will provide a round or rectangle table and two chairs for each organization. Electricity is available upon request. Set-up will begin at 8 a.m. and doors will open to the public at 9 a.m.
Nonprofit organizations should register by April 11. For a registration form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 256-549-8462.
Make the Connection: A Professional Development Opportunity for Administrative Professionals
Gadsden State Community College is offering a training opportunity for skills/professional development to its administrative staff as well as administrative workers throughout the community. “Make the Connection” will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, April 27 at the Bevill Center on the East Broad Campus.
Workshop presenters include Leslie Dawson and Daniel Spencer from the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services and Jeremy Young, founder of Legacy Advisory Group.
Dawson is a business relations specialist with ADRS’s Vocational Rehabilitation READI-Net Program. Since 2004, she has been responsible for developing and maintaining partnerships with Alabama employers in order to facilitate the employment and retention of individuals with disabilities.
Spencer is also a business relations consultant at ADRS. He brings awareness to businesses and the community about programs and services that the state has to offer individuals with disabilities.
Young serves as an independent advisor and has both his securities and insurance licenses. He has been recognized as one of the leading insurance producers in the state.
Registration fee for the workshop is $15 and lunch is provided. For more information or to register please RSVP by April 20 to Baisha Woody, Office Careers instructor, at 256-549-8234 or email@example.com