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Resources for Nonprofits Newsletter - May 2024


Resources for Nonprofits

Summer Youth Employment Program

Employer Hosts Still Needed!

Are you in need of additional workforce support at your nonprofit? Don’t miss out on this opportunity! Summit County’s Department of Job and Family Services (SCDJFS) and Jobs for Ohio’s Graduates (JOG) have a great opportunity for you to empower Ohio’s youth through the Summer Youth Employment Program. This eight week, 20 hours per week program will provide 16-18 year olds with work experience, job shadowing, mentoring, and so much more. SCDJFS’s payroll provider, Nesco, handles all worker compensation and pays them directly. There is also a year-round program for 16-24 year olds.

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Resource Spotlights

Workshop Spotlight

Bridges Workshop
Through this workshop, learn how economic realities of poverty, middle class, and wealth impact individuals, communities, systems, and structures. In order to positively impact the education and lives of individuals in poverty, we must explore the way we think and behave. Bridges Summit County Workshops offers a structure to help us assess the mindsets and world views we hold as individuals, institutions, and communities. It helps us define and visualize the experiences in economic class environments in order to increase our understanding.

Host: United Way of Summit & Medina
Date: Thursday, May 23, 2024
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: United Way of Summit & Medina (37 N. High Street)
Cost: $25 - Non-continuing education cost (includes workshop, lunch, and materials); $40 - Continuing education cost (includes workshop, lunch, materials and credits)

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Consultant Spotlight

Fred Carter, Schooley Mitchell
Schooley Mitchell works with nonprofit organizations to reduce vendor invoices and return funding back to critical mission programming. On average, Schooley Mitchell reduces expenses such as telecom, merchant services, waste disposal, and more by 28%. Local Schooley Mitchell Strategic-Partner, Fred Carter, is passionate about recovering significant program dollars back from vendor invoices and putting them back towards good use in the community. When it comes to saving money and being a good steward of your organization’s finances, the best time to start is right now. Reach out today for a risk-free analysis of your expenses. 

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Tool Spotlight

Canva for Nonprofits
Canva for Nonprofits has a design tool made with you in mind. Discover the easy way to create high-impact social media graphics and marketing materials. As a nonprofit, you know the importance – and challenges – of spreading the word. With the free Canva for Nonprofits program, you get access to premium design tools to help you create impactful marketing and campaign materials. Canva is easy to use, so your whole team can use it.

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