The CDCRC is collaborating with the BRD House Music and Arts Company to develop the Community Artist League.
The Community Artist League is an initiative to Develop Artists and Build Inner Community Opportunities.
The Community Artist League will function much like an athletic league except that it is designed to develop and promote local school-aged musicians rather than athletes. It will also help “fill the gap” in providing music instruction and performance opportunities for those students who would otherwise be left out as schools, under increasing financial stress, are forced to trim or eliminate music programs.
For more information, please see the event flyer.
Representatives from the SBA, CareSource, and the CDCRC will be on hand to help you get the information you need to help YOU SUCCEED.
- When: Thursday, April 24, 2014
- Time: 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
- Where: Join us on Facebook
Go to Facebook to sign up for the chat and get a chance to win an opportunity to promote and grow your business.
For more information, click on this link.
We would like to introduce our hard-working volunteer staff members here at the CDCRC:
Office and Case Manager
If you are self-employed or operating a small business, learn how to get the best coverage for your business.
Learn how to make your home energy efficient while saving you some “GREEN!”
Topics to be discussed during the roundtable:
- March 31st is the last day to get covered in the marketplace.
- Choose a plan that works for YOU and YOUR budget.
- YOU may qualify for financial assistance.
- Learn about other green-friendly financial literacy tools to help YOU keep more “GREEN’ in your pocket.
The “Green” Business Roundtable Series is part of the CDCRC’s Urban Green Initiative (UGI), which was launched last fall to bring awareness to the importance of healthy eating and living and creating leaner, cleaner and greener lives and communities throughout Dayton and Montgomery County.
Due to the extreme low temperatures, the CDCRC offices will remain closed until Thursday (January 9). Our phone and internet are down so please bear with us. Stay warm and safe!
Since we first opened our doors, the CDCRC has used whatever resources we could gather to be engaged in our community and to dream of a better life for ourselves, our families and our neighbors.
Looking ahead, our dreams are undaunted, our passions remain, the challenges grow, and the need to march forward, arm-in-arm, is greater than ever before.
You have been with our every step. You are with us still. We need your help.
Please donate whatever portion of your “harvest” that you can afford to promote and sustain our programs and initiatives. You will be planting good seeds on fertile ground at the CDCRC.
The CDCRC is a qualified 501(c)(3) charitable organization. That means that money and items donated to the CDCRC are tax deductible. We know that’s not why you give, but the potential tax deductions do give a little bit back to you in return.
We thank you for your financial support of the CDCRC and we wish you peace, prosperity and power in this Harvest season!
For more information, please see the following:
If you are looking for employment (full time or part time) in the region, the CDCRC has several job listings available weekly. Please call our office at (937) 223-5966 during the hours listed below and the staff can share the local job listings.
Please call between the hours of 10:00 am and 3:00 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday for job search information.
It will be held on Tuesday, September 17 from 9 am until noon at The Entrepreneurs Center, 714 E Monument Ave. in downtown Dayton.
If you are looking to get contracts from local, county and state entities, this is a great session on how to proceed with your small business.
Sponsors include the CDCRC, the Small Business Development Center, the Small Business Administration and PNC Bank.
Please register now by calling Cindi Green at 937-281-0118. Hope to see you there!