“In Our Own Voice” is an educational and recovery-oriented presentation given by trained presenters who are living full and productive lives while personally overcoming the challenges of their mental health condition(s). This program will provide your community or organization with practical, useful information about mental health.
The 2019 Diversity Conference, sponsored by the Greater Burlington Multicultural Resource Center (www.gbmrc.org ), will be held on Friday, April 12th from 8:30 AM to 3 PM at the Burlington Hilton, 60 Battery Street, Burlington. We will explore the challenges and possibilities that are faced in creating a diverse workplace. We will examine the leadership traits we need to empower ourselves and our communities of color. The speakers will include public intellectuals and scholars who are able to address diversity and inclusion. A job fair will be featured, as well as a special session on the opiate problem.
You can register online at: https://www.regonline.com/
Early registration is strongly encouraged due to a limited number of seats. The conference registration fee varies from $15 to $75.
For more information, email or call: email@example.com or 802-657-4219.
Advanced Grant-Writing: Tackling the Tough Topics
Goals & Objectives; Outcomes & Evaluation; Building Budgets
This workshop is designed for those who have at least some proposal writing
True leadership is about the capacity of people and communities to shape the futures they desire. Our innovative 3-week online and on-campus cross-disciplinary program develops visionary leaders by offering solutions to the social, environmental, diet, and health impacts of our food system.
The University of Vermont is a recognized leader in the food systems movement, providing you with unique access to hands-on learning and collaboration with scholars, activists, leaders, and professionals in the field. We take you on a journey through every step of the interconnected food system.