As we embark on Q4 of 2018, we’re enjoying the spookiest of holidays here at the Protech headquarters, but we also want to highlight a few of the events that exemplify the great work our community partners do every day to tackle real-life horrors. There are too many great things that our partners do to list here, so these are just a select few resource and support-oriented events that have been created by our communities for our communities.
CATCH, the CARE and the Arkansas Homeless Coalition hosted a Mayoral Candidate Forum on Reentry & Homelessness.
The FOX 16 Job Alert & Goodwill Job Fair held in May was “a great opportunity for job seekers to network with employers and apply for open positions.”
The Watershed also held a successful Career Fair, propelling their goal to provide “job guidance, counseling, and assisting persons to become gainfully employed.”
CARE facilitated Returning Home: Community Conversation about Access to Housing for Returning Citizens.
Our House launched their Summer of Justice, a series of free workshops that focused on criminal justice, family matters and civil rights.
We are so proud of our community partners and we look forward to all of the amazing work and progress they will continue to make this year!
As always, our mission is to support our community partners and we believe that the most effective way to do that is to share and form an integrated, cohesive network. In order to do this, we’ve launched our Community Certification Program as the first step to creating a collaborative network of service providers, volunteers and employers committed to meeting all of the needs of their clients. To find more information on community certifications, email email@example.com.
We hope to hear from you soon, but, in the meantime, we’ll leave you with a few pictures from our office Halloween party…
…and some funny puns from Thought Catalog.
Why wouldn’t the skeleton go in the haunted house?
He had no guts.
Why did the ghost go to the bar?
To get some boos.
Why did the horseman from Sleepy Hollow go to business school?
He wanted to get a head in life.
– Team Good Grid