Join Cornerstone Montgomery for a Live-Streamed Champions and Legacies Celebration at 7PM on October 21, 2020
The Champions and Legacies Celebration will highlight Cornerstone Montgomery’s Vocational Services Program and the 300 business partners who help more than 700 adults and transition aged youth who are recovering from mental health disorders choose, find and keep employment. Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford will be recognized as the 2020 Legacy Award Honoree for his advocacy on behalf of behavioral health.Employer, Partner and Volunteer of the Year Awards will also be presented to employers and individuals who have gone above and beyond to support our mission. This event is FREE to attend. Proceeds from event sponsorship benefit the Vocational Services Program. To register to attend and for more information, visit www.cornerstonemontgomery.org or email email@example.com.
Impact Silver Spring
Impact Silver Spring’s Weaver Learning Lab – applications due September 18
The Weaver Learning Lab is a learning experience designed around the core belief that we need a radical restructuring of systems rooted in the creation of a new culture based on the principles of liberation. Now, with 63 Weavers who have participated in the lab, we are ecstatic to offer the 4th cohort this fall!
The Lab is a space to slow down and take a more holistic approach to addressing racism. With an emphasis on the inner awareness needed for outward action, Weavers explore the challenges in seeking racial equity, justice, and liberation alongside others on the same journey. We invite you to apply to phase 1 of the Weaver Learning Lab before September 18 by clicking on this link.
Frank Islam Athenaeum Symposia Fall 2020 Speaker Series Civil Rights, Human Rights, and Social Responsibility presents
Harry E. Johnson, Sr.
Civil Rights, Human Rights, andSocial Responsibility…
A Look Into What the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Means to Us Tuesday, September 22, 11:00 a.m.
Virtual via Zoom https://montgomerycollege.zoom.us/j/91262655081
Harry E. Johnson has led the Washington, D.C. Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation since it was established in 2002, to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and to promote the Foundation’s tenets of Democracy, Justice, Hope and Love: the Memorial was dedicated in 2011. Johnson is a career lawyer, entrepreneur and public servant. From 2001 to 2004, he served as National President of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,
overseeing more than 700 chapters across the USA .
Johnson has received extensive recognition for his public service, including the NAACP’s Trailblazer award, Thurgood Marshall School of Law’s Alumnus Of The Year, and Ebony Magazine’s 100 Most Influential Black Americans from 2001 through 2004. Johnson received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Southern University, and his Bachelor of Arts from Xavier University of Louisiana. This event fulfills the Multicultural Diversity Training requirement for MC employees. MC employees, please register for event using MC Learns to receive professional devleopment credit.
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A Wider Circle is hosting a series of Virtual Town Halls. Each Virtual Town Hall will have plenty of time for questions and provide a great opportunity to learn what is happening today in low-income communities and what we can do together in the next stage of this new reality.
You are invited to participate in Urban Rural Action’s new Uniting for Action: Maryland program. This is a non-partisan initiative for MD residents 18+ from urban, suburban, and rural areas who are tired of waiting for elected officials to address their needs and want to apply their leadership skills to improve their communities and the state.
This diverse group will meet once a month for 90 minutes on Zoom for structured discussion, small group brainstorming, and collaboration focused on TAKING ACTION to strengthen our communities, particularly in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
Chances are that you’ve had to dramatically upend your operational procedures to adjust to the new reality caused by an unprecedented global pandemic.
Today, and for the foreseeable future, many of the employees supporting small businesses are working from home.
If you don’t have a formal policy in place, don’t add that to your list of worries. Momentum Law Group has graciously allowed LM to share a resource that can help. Here, you will find a customizable Telecommuting Policy template to assist with your efforts.
If you have friends and colleagues who can make use of this Telecommuting Policy template, please feel free to share it. As always, if you need help navigating the ever-shifting business arena please reach out to Michael Gottlieb, Principal at Momentum Law Group at 301.658.2205 or at email@example.com