Selected Community Events
Monthly Meeting of the Down East ALS Support Group / Greenville Area ALS Resource Group (Lou Gehrig's disease)
Vidant Rehabilitation Center Classroom (located behind the children's hospital), 2100 Stantonsburg Road, Greenville NC.
Monthly meeting of the Down East ALS Support Group/Greenville Area ALS Resource Group (Lou Gehrig's disease), February 17, at 5:30 p.m. , in the Vidant Rehabilitation Center Classroom (located behind the children's hospital), 2100 Stantonsburg Road, Greenville NC.
Please contact Phyllis Hazel, MSS, at email@example.com for more information. Phone: (877) 257-7491 x709
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Coastal Women's Forum Lunch Meeting
New Bern Golf and Country Club, New Bern
This month, Darlene Brown, Executive Director of Partners in Education, will facilitate a lively Speed Networking event designed to encourage new business and/or social relationships. Come prepared to speak for one minute about yourself, your business, or what you are looking for from your Coastal Women's Forum membership.
Lunch Coordinator, Sandy Eichelberger at 301-938-4836, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 Emerging Issues Forum: FutureWork
Our 2016 Forum, FutureWork, poses this key question:
As technology and demography shift, how can North Carolina prepare today to create enough good jobs for tomorrow?
A Summary Look at the 2016 Forum:
Look ahead one generation. Automation may eliminate half of North Carolina’s current jobs. And we’ll be crossing the majority-minority population threshold.
North Carolina needs a new conversation about future job creation. At last year’s Forum, participants forged a plan to strengthen innovation capacity. The 2016 Forum builds on that work. We’ll seek new models and strategies to position North Carolina as a leader in the global battle for good jobs for tomorrow’s diverse workforce.
Join us for the 2016 Emerging Issues Forum! Join leaders and learners from every North Carolina sector, region, and point of view. We welcome stakeholders and all members of the general public.
Plan to bring your ideas, to learn from others, to be inspired, to act.
February 8 (8am-6:30pm)
February 9 (8am-12:30pm)
Nan Sanseverino, 919 515 3556, email@example.com
Free Day at BCCC
Apr 10, 2014 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Beaufort County Community College, Washington, N.C.
On Thursday, April 10, BCCC is opening its doors to give prospective students 16 years old or older the chance to attend actual classes and meet potential instructors in their classrooms for free. Attendees of Free Day at BCCC will also have the chance to talk to BCCC staff about admissions, career planning, financial aid, college transfers and academic counseling.
Daniel Wilson, Admissions Director, 252-940-6233, or firstname.lastname@example.org