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The IRS has created a streamlined process for those who are seeking a 501(c)3 status. The new “Form 1023-EZ” is for certain, small nonprofit organizations with a clearly defined charitable purpose.

Click here to see if you are eligible to file 1023-EZ

If you would like to learn more about how to become a 501(c)3 nonprofit via the new Form 1023 EZ, see information below.

Wednesday, December 4th | 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon | Gale Center – 2601 Elm St, Hernando, MS 38632

Speakers

Becky Beard, CPA

William Pitts & Beard

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Rebecca Thompson, Attorney Smith Phillips Law Firm

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Theresa Erickson, Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi  and Brenda Smith, Maddox Foundation Volunteer Center – Northwest Hub

RSVP to alabama@cfnm.org or call 662.449.5002

A celebration and gathering of the Mid South’s Top African American Professionals!!

Click here to purchase tickets: Early bird ticket until November 30th https://www.eventbrite.com/e/memphis-winter-soul-tickets-77224114405

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Featured Program – Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) Program
Memphis LOT Membership Memphis.LOT.org@gmail.com
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Leaders of Tomorrow® Become a mentor or sponsor today!! Memphis.LOT.org@gmail.com

What is the Leaders of Tomorrow® Program?
Since its inception in 1991, the NBMBAA® Leaders of Tomorrow® (LOT®) Program has mentored more than 8,000 talented youth aspiring to leadership roles in professional fields. The LOT® Program is a comprehensive programmatic approach for providing leadership development to high school students. The program is driven by mentoring across four developmental areas: Leadership, Financial Literacy, College Preparation and Career Preparation. The program offers participants resources, knowledge and opportunities in the way of mentoring relationships, scholarships, and internships.

Transition Workforce is looking for an individual with experience and a passion for working with individuals who have a challenge.
 
The position is part-time working with high school students teaching life skills to help prepare the students for life after graduation. Experience working with individuals with a challenge is required + high school education, college or other training is desired. Excellent pay. Curriculum & training provided. For additional information:
 
Please contact Judy Creek at 901-517-6063 or send resume’ to: judy26creek@gmail.com.
 
Helping students successfully transition from school to work / Post-Secondary Education.

A workshop about Power of Attorney for Minors and Property for immigrants will be held at Church Health, 1350 Concourse Ave., in the Community Room on Wed., 12/4/2019, 6 – 8 pm. Attorneys will be present at the event, which also includes an information session on immigrant rights. Church Health is coordinator of this event in partnership with Community Legal Center, Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition, and Comunidades Unidas En Una Voz (CUUV). Workshop is free but registration is required.

Register at https://www.churchhealth.org/POAworkshop or by calling 901-701-2229

 

Allison E. Jones, LMSW

Social Work Supervisor, Church Health

901-272-0003, ext. 2042

901-272-7179, fax

ChurchHealth.org

Match Support Specialist \ Volunteer In-take Coordinator (one full-time and one part-time)

Provide supportive counseling in a creative and challenging environment to volunteers (mentors), parents and children between the ages of 5-18 years of age.

Education: Bachelors degree in social work, counseling or education. Consideration will be given to related field with at least 2 years experience; or other combinations of education and experience.

Skills:

  • Experience working with families and children in crisis
  • Case management skills
  • Bilingual in Spanish a plus
  • Good time management skills a must.

Send resume and cover letter specifying position to:

Human Resources | Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mid-South, Inc.

5050 Poplar Ave., Suite 528 | Memphis, TN 38157

Fax to 901-323-1889 or email to mwilliams@bbbsmidsouth.org

No phone calls please.

Crosstown Arts is currently looking for a Director of Operations who would be responsible for overseeing all the non-programming functions of the organization, including finance, human resources, facilities, real estate, business function, and technology. I wanted to pass on the job description, which is available on our website. As many of you know, Tom Edwards has served in this position for the past six years and has been instrumental in helping Crosstown Arts evolve ideas into reality. Thankfully, Tom isn’t leaving. He’s just moving to a new role within the organization and will be training the new Director of Operations to provide a smooth transition. Thanks for checking out the job description and sharing with anyone you know who might be interested! Chris Miner, Managing Director Crosstown Arts

SCS is in need of a Financial Systems Advisor (I.T.)

JOB DESCRIPTION

Analyzes, evaluates, plans, designs, develops, and launches efficient financial management systems for Shelby County Schools (SCS). Maintains the efficiency of the core organizational functions and business processes. Collects and analyzes data to support the business cases, system requirements, and proposed projects. Makes recommendations to improve the efficiency of financial systems.

If you have SQL Server Database experience, email teciamarshall@gmail.com

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