TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES ISSUES EPISODE
Atlanta, Georgia (2010) – Nonprofit Dreams in partnership with Fulton County Government and Comcast has created a television talk show “Dreams Are Not for Profit” to address capacity building issues within the community and nonprofit organizations to remain effective and sustainable.
The newest episode this season discusses training opportunities available for community organizations with The Foundation Center and individuals seeking a nonprofit career with Troy University – Atlanta. Asia M. Hadley, The Foundation Center, provides details into the types of resources available.
Starting off the second season is the legal issues episode with ProBono Partnership of Atlanta. Guest speakers Executive Director Rachel Epps Spears and Staff Attorney Robyn Miller discuss topics ranging from nonprofits paying sales taxes, human resource requirements, internet fund raising, in addition to other legal requirements for community organizations.
Dreams Are Not for Profit provides a vehicle for organizations from the beginning neighborhood stages to the level of national representation to be highlighted within the series on Fulton Community Channel 25. Once episodes have been aired they will be published on various internet sites including the website www.nonprofitdreams.com to provide opportunity for organizations in all other areas to watch this vital television show.
- Sundays at 1:30pm
- Tuesdays at 9pm
- Wednesdays at 6:30pm
- Thursdays at 3:30pm
- Fridays at 12:30pm
- Saturdays at 9pm
All inquiries can be directed to Tamiko Leverette 404-510-5155 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Category : Media &Television Posted on August 16, 2011