Emerge Solutions seeks a new marketing consultant. Position is part-time, virtual, work-from-home. For more information, click here.
“Overcoming the Challenges: Best Practices in Ending Poverty.” For complete information, click here.
Going to the 2019 aha! Process Addressing the Challenges of Poverty Conference? Emerge Solutions will be there, with a sponsor booth and a presentation (Tuesday, Sept. 24, from 9:15-10:45). Look for us, and find out how you can get a complimentary one-month membership to Emerge Solutions!
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2019 Emerge Solutions Learning and Commitment Scholarship: Holland Gibbs, Weddington, NC; Sarah Hill, Waterloo, IA; Carrie Montgomery, Hot Springs, AK; and Lanetria Washington, Maumee, OH. The scholarship helps to defray expenses to attend aha! Process’s Addressing the Challenges of Poverty annual conference in Indianapolis, IN, Sept. 22-24.
Nominations are now open for the 2019 Emerge Solutions Learning and Commitment scholarships to the 2019 aha! Process Addressing the Challenges of Poverty Conference. The scholarships are available for graduates of Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-By World and Investigations into Economic Class in America who could benefit from attending the conference. For more information and a nomination form, click here.
Emerge Solutions has expanded membership in its closed Facebook group, Emerge Best Practices, to include anyone who is on our email list or asks to be added to our list. Click here to request your free membership in the group and join the exchange of ideas to help end poverty. To be added to the email list, email email@example.com. You’ll not only be able to join our Facebook group, but you’ll also receive our quarterly newsletter with news you may find helpful in closing the economic gap in your community and beyond.
April 30 is the deadline for nominating a Getting Ahead or Investigations graduate to receive one of two $1,250 scholarships to the 2018 Addressing the Challenges of Poverty conference in Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 23-25, 2018. For more information and the nomination form, click here.
Anastasia Howard has been elected vice-president of the Emerge Solutions Board of Directors. Ana has extensive experience in healthcare communications and is currently a writer/editor at First 5 LA, Los Angeles, Calif. Joining the board are three new members: Carrie Arnold, chief human resources officer, Sunshine Communities, Swanton, Ohio; Eschelle Gilkey, Ed.D., graduation success coordinator, Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa, Okla.; and Ebony Johnson, Ed.D., executive director of Student and Family Support Services, Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa, Okla.