Daily Archive for March 23 2010
“Governor Manchin has demonstrated tremendous vision and leadership in saving the Tech Park. This action will not only preserve my job at MATRIC but will also save hundreds of other good jobs at the site. More importantly, having access to world-class labs and pilot plants will facilitate building a more robust West Virginia economy based on innovation to create sustainable prosperity via high-tech and clean industry jobs.”
Chief Technology Officer, MATRIC
Generation Charleston’s Professional Development Work Team is hosting a workshop entitled “Non-Profit Marketplace: Where Can You Fit Into Your Community?” The purpose of this workshop is to help the Generation Charleston membership more fully understand the non-profit landscape and opportunities within that exist in our community.
The event is scheduled for 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. March 30 at BrickStreet Insurance, 400 Quarrier St.
This workshop will include a brief presentation on volunteerism and ways of giving with speakers: community volunteer James R. Thomas and former Generation Charleston Co-Chair Matthew Kingery. The brief presentation will discuss the following three areas of service:
2) Board Member Volunteerism
3) Ways of Giving
After the workshop presentation, attendees will be invited to talk with participating non-profits about their opportunities for involvement during a small reception.
The following non-profit organizations will be on hand to speak with attendees: Alzheimer’s Association, American Lung Association, Appalachian Reading Center, College Summit, Family Connections, Family Counseling Center, Goodwill, Kanawha County Public Library, Mannameal, Make-a-Wish, MS Society, Planned Parenthood, United Way and YWCA of Charleston.
Join us and find “your place in the community.”