American Red Cross – Employment Opportunities
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the American Red Cross is staffing positions for longer term recovery efforts in the communities most significantly impacted by the storm. In the next month, we will staff several positions in New York and New Jersey and we would like your help identifying qualified candidates. Please review the positions and then SHARE this with individuals you know who may be interested in these roles. American Red Cross – Employment Opportunities
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Visa Small Business Holiday Guide
Prepare now to make the most of this holiday season!
Want to make sure your business is set up to take full advantage of the busy holiday season? Visa has teamed up with renowned small business ambassador and expert Rhonda Abrams to creat the Small Business Holiday Success Guide. Inside, you’ll find easy-to-implement tips to help you start planning for the holiday season. The guide will show you the basics of how to:
- Develop a marketing plan
- Use social media and advertising to drive sales
- Attract customers with special deals and discounts
- Come up with creative merchandising ideas
We’ve also included checklists and worksheets that you can download separately, print out, and keep at your fingertips.
Don’t let holidays dampen your cheer. Download the Small Business Holiday Success Guide today and help ready your business for success this season.
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US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Boys & Girls Clubs of America
This past spring and summer, the leaders of USHCC and BGCA, along with the national leadership of a small, select number of other community-based organizations, met over two days to discuss how they might work together to achieve greater impact on kids and communities nationwide through a National Mentor Recruitment Partnership aimed to address the youth mentoring needs of all children, with an emphasis on closing the minority male mentor gap that currently exists in our country.
The National Mentor Recruitment Partnership model at the local level would be simple; beginning in early December 2012, some 1300 local Boys & Girls Clubs will receive National Mentoring Programs grants from BGCA and the US Office of Justice Programs (OJP). BGCA will be provide a listing to USHCC leadership of Boys & Girls Clubs receiving these grants, as well as contact and other pertinent information for the Boys & Girls Clubs. Concurrently, the professional staff of local Boys & Girls Clubs is being provided direction for reaching out to and making contact with their local Hispanic Chamber. The local Clubs and Hispanic Chambers may then choose to contact one another to determine the need for and feasibility of a local mentor recruitment partnership in their communities. BGCA will provide all appropriate and required communications, reporting, recognition, technical assistance and partnership management support.
To learn more about the Boys & Girls Club Movement, or to locate your local Boys & Girls Clubs, please visit Find a Club at www.bgca.org.
To locate a Boys & Girls Club in your area that is seeking male mentors, please click here.
To learn more, please take a look at the Mentor Recruitment FAQs.