Included at the event I participated in were: The “speed-dating” itself was a bit of a frenzy due simply to the nature of the event. I found, however, that it was great to have this time limit in place.
It forced me to shorten my background and ask the questions that were most important to me.
The event will take place at RTP Headquarters on Thursday, December 10 from AM to AM. A variety of causes will be represented at the next event, including housing, animals, youth, education, hunger, and mental health.
Special thanks to Trudy Smith and the Executive Service Corps of the Triangle for helping to put on this event and providing feedback for this article.
There were definitely organizations that I clicked with, and I came out of the event with such a joy in anticipating the difference that I could make during this next chapter of my life.
In all, I have heard back from five organizations who are interested in further discussion, and I’m attending one of their events this week.
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The 20 spots for the event (which had been snatched up in the first half hour that tickets were released), were filled with capable individuals, ready to get to work to make a difference.
The event started with a presentation from the ESC, whose mission is to provide professional, affordable consulting to area nonprofits to help them achieve their missions.What specifically interested Jemison in promoting this event is the fact that it provides an incentive for young professionals to get involved in community service.