United Way's Nonprofit Development Center Offers Census Bureau Class
On March 20, from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, the United Way of Smith County's Nonprofit Development Center will offer a class on understanding, locating, and using the 2010 Census, the American Community Survey, the Economic Data sets, as well as using the American FactFinder Tool. Through exercises and discussions, participants will improve their skills in identifying, locating, and analyzing Census Bureau data. The hands-on class will be held in Computer Lab room 151 at the Tyler Junior College West Campus on SSW Loop 323 in Tyler.
This session is particularly useful for nonprofit organizations that need specific data to substantiate their grant proposals.
Pre-registration is required and seating is very limited. Cost is $50 for each participant until March 15. The late registration fee after March 15 is $60. For more information or to register, contact Jo McMahan, 903-581-6376, Extension 213, or email Mrs. McMahan at email@example.com.
About United Way
United Way of Smith County improves the lives of Smith County residents by supporting programs that address the most critical needs in our community. United Way is focused on education programs that will reduce the dropout rate and strengthen our local employee base; assisting families to become financially stable through employment, affordable housing and financial literacy; promoting healthy choices and healthy lifestyles; and supporting crisis intervention for our most vulnerable residents and their families. For more information about our local United Way and how you can get involved, visit our website at www.unitedwaysmithcounty.org
About The Nonprofit Development Center
The Nonprofit Development Center is a program of United Way of Smith County. The Center provides nonprofit management training and consulting services with the goal of helping East Texas nonprofits become more effective and efficient in serving clients. The Nonprofit Development Center infuses nonprofits with ideas and resources to produce engaged boards, skilled staff, and focused volunteers.