July 24, 2019

Dear Nonprofit Leaders,

I hope you are having a productive summer and that you also take some time to recharge. I'm writing to share several items of interest.

Prince George's County is hard at work preparing to ensure every person is counted in the 2020 Census. This Saturday, July 27, the Complete Count Committee his hosting a workshop to foster new partnerships, identify census challenges, and identify strategies to ensure all are represented in the count. I hope you will consider participating.

#PGCensus2020: Workshop and Development Training
Saturday, July 27, 2019 , 11 am - 2:00 pm
New Carrollton Library
7414 Riverdale Road, New Carrollton

Space is limited! Please register here.

I was so pleased to host  our spring Nonprofit Networking Breakfast at the University of Maryland Do Good Institute's Do Good Accelerator. They've asked me to share this good news with you:

As part of TIAA's ongoing collaboration with the Do Good Institute and the School of Public Policy, nonprofit professionals in the DMV can receive up to $14,000 towards the University of Maryland's Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership through the TIAA Future Nonprofit Leaders Fellows Program. 
With TIAA's support matching the School of Public Policy Fellowship, new students entering the program for the Fall 2019 semester could pay as little as $8,000 in total tuition for the four courses in UMD's nationally-ranked nonprofit management and leadership graduate program. 
Learn more about the course schedule, professors, and the financial aid you qualify for here . You can also access the application from that page.

Students who apply to the Graduate Certificate program and are admitted will automatically be considered for any available fellowship. No separate fellowship application is required. And for a limited time, new applicants can request an application fee waiver. Visit the program's website to learn more.

Special thanks to Dr. Yvette Butler and Gapbusters for honoring me at their banquet on Friday night, and more importantly, for the great work they do with our youth!

As always, feel free to reach out to a member of my District 3 team or me if we can help you in any way. #onlytogether

Together Strengthening Our Community,

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