Neighborhood Networks Regional Technical Assistance Workshops! 3/10-12 Seattle, WA
REGISTER TODAY for the upcoming Neighborhood Networks Regional Technical
Assistance Workshops! The first workshop will be held March 10-12, 2004 in
Seattle, Washington, the second workshop will be held March 31-April 2 in
Phoenix, Arizona and the final workshop will be held April 21-23 in Memphis,
Neighborhood Networks is a community-based initiative created by HUD in 1995
to establish multi-service community technology centers that bring digital
opportunity and lifelong learning to low- and moderate-income residents
living in Multifamily insured and/or assisted housing. As of January 1,
2004, there were nearly 1,200 Neighborhood Networks centers operating in HUD
multifamily housing properties throughout the U.S. States, Puerto Rico and
the Virgin Islands.
The Regional Technical Assistance Workshops will provide participants
opportunities to learn new skills, meet Neighborhood Networks center staff
and property managers, and determine best practices for your community
center. Topics on the agenda include: Federal Government Resource
Roundtable, a Funders’ Forum, Writing Winning Proposals: The Key to Grant
Writing Success, Reaching Out to Residents, Building Effective Partnerships
Within Your Community, ABCs of 501(c)(3), Designing and Delivering Effective
Educational Programs, Hidden Funds: Tax Credits and Incentives and
Developing Youth Leadership to name a few.
Presenters for the Seattle workshop include representatives from CVS, Bank
of America, the Points of Light Foundation, the U.S. Internal Revenue
Service, the U.S. Department of Education, NASA, The Seattle Foundation,
NPower, Puget Sound Alliance for Community Technology, HUD’s Office of
University Partnerships and School’s Out Washington!
Register online today by visiting
http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/mfh/nnw/nnwnew_1208.cfm or calling the toll
free Information line at (888) 312-2743 or TDD/TTY (800) 483-2209.
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