YOUR VISION IS COMING INTO FOCUS
A community working together to improve the business climate for all.
Una comunidadd trabajando juntos para mejorar el clima de negocios para todos.
Helping businesses connect to the Hispanic community through active education, networking and resources.
Ayudando a conectar empresas con la comunidad Hispana atravez de la educación, redes sociales y recursos.
Take a look at our exciting internship opportunities available from these proud AHCC members.
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Mark your calendar!
Join us for Rocia Carreon State Farm’s Hora Social
and First Anniversary Celebration!
Thursday, April 19th
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
at the Fifth Season Inn
6801 I-40 Frontage Rd
WEST TEXAS WRITER’S ACADEMY
June 13-28, 2022
You can choose one of three writing adventures at WTWA 2022:
- The traditional week of in-depth courses: $495
Check in Sunday night, June 12, and leave Friday morning, June 17. Attend events all day Monday through Thursday.
- A weekend workshop and writing retreat: $195
Check in Thursday night, June 16, and leave on Sunday morning, June 19. Attend events Thursday night and all day Friday and Saturday.
- Both – for the writing warrior! $645
Hasta la vista, real world! Hide in your own world for seven days of education, rejuvenation and inspiration. Check in Sunday, June 12, and check out the following Sunday, June 19.
On Monday, June 13, we’ll have book signings starting at 6:00, followed by dinner, then a keynote titled “Dream Big!” from Candace Havens, author of the Ainsley McGregor Series. Tickets are only $30 and you’re guaranteed to meet at least 5 bestselling authors!
The Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center
“Nonprofit Leadership Academy
A series of eight classes designed to prepare YOU for nonprofit or civic board service!
Join us the third Tuesday of the month, February through September 2022, and gain the knowledge you need to be a productive and effective nonprofit Board Member. Meetings will take place in our conference center at 801 S. Fillmore, Seventh Floor, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm and will include lunch. (Note: The March meeting will be held on the second Tuesday of the month (3/8/22) to avoid a conflict with spring break.)
The course will cover
- An Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
- Board Roles and Responsibilities
- Best Practices of Board Governance
- The Art and Science of Fundraising
- Providing Financial Oversight
- Must-Have Documents and Policies
- Nonprofit vs. Civic Leadership
The lead instructor for the series is Roxann Ball, Program Officer of the Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center. Roxann has over 25 years of nonprofit management, accounting, and fundraising experience and has been an employee of the foundation for the last fifteen years. Roxann has served on numerous nonprofit boards and committees and is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree.
At the conclusion of the training, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and enjoy a Graduation Celebration with the opportunity to connect with nonprofit leaders who are committed to diversifying their boards.
The registration fee for all eight sessions is $125.00 per person and includes all materials and lunches. A limited number of partial scholarships are available.
The goal of the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort A) is to reach out to under-represented sections of our community and prepare individuals to serve on nonprofit or civic boards. We are specifically seeking young community members, community members of color, and those who do not have board experience. If you feel you do not meet the above eligibility requirements but are still interested in the leadership training, please consider enrollment in the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort B) which will start in April 2022. Only people who are a member of our target demographic should register for Cohort A.
Questions? Contact Roxann Ball by phone (806.376.4521) or e-mail (Roxann@aaf-hf.org)