Upcoming events

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Gaming Grant Writing Workshop
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 10:00am to 3:30pm

This workshop is designed to help participants understand the inner workings and expectations of the BC Community Gaming Grant Program, with a particular emphasis on the roles various not-for-profit organizations play in the areas of Arts and Culture, Sports, Public Safety and Environment, and Human and Social programs. Marvene Layte, Northern Interior Communities Association Coordinator, will give participants an overview of the application requirements and how to meet them, including how to make the process easier, what financial documents are required, and how to write and submit an application that will have the most chance of success.

Location: Community Futures office
335A Vaughan Street
QUESNEL, BC

Registration: Tel. (250) 992-2322 or 1 (877) 992-2322

Price: Free, thanks to funding from Western Economic Diversification.

http://cfwildfire.ca/workshops/

Gaming Grant Writing Workshop
Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 10:00am to 3:30pm

This workshop is designed to help participants understand the inner workings and expectations of the BC Community Gaming Grant Program, with a particular emphasis on the roles various not-for-profit organizations play in the areas of Arts and Culture, Sports, Public Safety and Environment, and Human and Social programs. Marvene Layte, Northern Interior Communities Association Coordinator, will give participants an overview of the application requirements and how to meet them, including how to make the process easier, what financial documents are required, and how to write and submit an application that will have the most chance of success.

Location: Community Futures office
266 Oliver Street
WILLIAMS LAKE, BC

Registration: Tel. (250) 392-3626

Price: Free, thanks to funding from Western Economic Diversification.

http://cfwildfire.ca/workshops/

Gaming Grant Writing Workshop
Friday, September 28, 2018 - 10:00am to 3:30pm

This workshop is designed to help participants understand the inner workings and expectations of the BC Community Gaming Grant Program, with a particular emphasis on the roles various not-for-profit organizations play in the areas of Arts and Culture, Sports, Public Safety and Environment, and Human and Social programs. Marvene Layte, Northern Interior Communities Association Coordinator, will give participants an overview of the application requirements and how to meet them, including how to make the process easier, what financial documents are required, and how to write and submit an application that will have the most chance of success.

Location: Horton Ventures office
808 Alpine Avenue
100 MILE HOUSE, BC

Registration: Tel. (250) 392-3626

Price: Free, thanks to funding from Western Economic Diversification.

http://cfwildfire.ca/workshops/

Gaming Grant Writing Workshop
Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 10:00am to 3:30pm

This workshop is designed to help participants understand the inner workings and expectations of the BC Community Gaming Grant Program, with a particular emphasis on the roles various not-for-profit organizations play in the areas of Arts and Culture, Sports, Public Safety and Environment, and Human and Social programs. Marvene Layte, Northern Interior Communities Association Coordinator, will give participants an overview of the application requirements and how to meet them, including how to make the process easier, what financial documents are required, and how to write and submit an application that will have the most chance of success.

Location: Ashcroft Community Hall
409 Bancroft Stree
ASHCROFT, BC

Registration: Tel. (250) 453-9165

Price: Free, thanks to funding from Western Economic Diversification.

http://cfwildfire.ca/workshops/

Attracting and Retaining Great Employees
Friday, October 12, 2018 - 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Are you looking for great employees? Do you already have great employees that you don't want to lose? Join us for this free workshop from John Singleton as he maps out the process of how to position your business or not-for-profit organization to attract and retain the best employees.

Location: Ashcroft Community Hall
409 Bancroft Street
AHSCROFT, BC

Registration: Tel. (250) 453-9165

Price: Free, thanks to funding from Western Economic Diversification.

http://cfwildfire.ca/workshops/

Motivational Interviewing
Saturday, October 13, 2018 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

Feeling a little overwhelmed with the hiring process? Looking for an interview style that matches your business needs? Join John Singleton in this second of three workshops on how to attract, hire and retain great employees. This workshops covers the hiring process, interview expectations, preparation and techniques, personality testing, and decision making.

Location: Ashcroft Community Hall
409 Bancroft Street
ASHCROFT, BC

Registration: Tel. (250) 453-9165

Price: Free, thanks to funding from Western Economic Diversification.

http://cfwildfire.ca/workshops/

Bridging the Generational Gap
Saturday, October 13, 2018 - 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Boomers and millennials each bring great qualities to the table. The gaps or differences between their generations and others may sometimes be challenging to navigate. Join John Singleton in this third of a three part series on how to attract, hire and retain great employees. John will help participants understand the gaps and learn how to build consensus and bridge communication challenges. 

Location: Ashcroft Community Hall
409 Bancroft Street
ASHCROFT, BC

Registration: Tel. (250) 453-9165

Price: Free, thanks to funding from Western Economic Diversification.

http://cfwildfire.ca/workshops/

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