Multifaceted Program to Boost CEO’s Efforts
Community Educational Outreach has been selected by the Mile High Society of Human Resource Management for a one year grant award.
From their web site: “Mile High SHRM (MH-SHRM) was founded in 1938 to meet the needs of human resource professionals in the metropolitan Denver area. From that time to now, our nearly 1,100 members have influenced business decision-making locally, nationally and internationally. These Denver-area HR professionals come together through MH-SHRM to develop and support the HR profession, provide awareness of best practices and improve skill readiness in the business community. The Mile High SHRM Workforce Readiness Committee operates as a bridge between community agencies and Mile High SHRM to create greater collective impact through assisting agencies with workforce related missions including: economic development, workforce education, workforce initiatives, self-sufficiency, and poverty reduction.”
Grant Award Details
The Mile High SHRM Workforce Readiness grant will provide the following for a 12 month period beginning February 1, 2015 and ending January 31, 2016.
- A general operating award in an amount up to $2,500.00
- Professional volunteers able to assist in mission related programming
- Marketing of agency at Mile High SHRM events, newsletters and webpage
- A request to Mile High SHRM members to give on Colorado Gives Day
- Free information table at local MH-SHRM events
- One key staff persons admittance to the MH-SHRM annual HR conference
- Other benefits as determined by MH-SHRM