These announcements do not include items spoken from the floor Oct. 23.
Krystal King sent in an announcement that the City of Charlotte will receive proposals through Dec. 7 for city support of Out of School Time enrichment programs for students from low-income families. Notice here. RFP here. Addendum here. City website here.
Tiffany Johnson sent in an announcement that the Mayor’s Mentoring Alliance will receive nominations for five additional members of the Alliance Advisory Board through Oct. 31. Notice here. Nomination form here.
Sylvia Grier sent in an announcement that Genesis Project will begin holding parenting workshops on Saturday mornings. Details.
Bethany Kirkpatrick wrote: “For a senior thesis at Davidson College about black educators during Charlotte’s desegregation era, I would like to talk to people who worked in CMS during the desegregation period, or people who can reflect on the experience of black educators in their lives during desegregation. Please contact me at email@example.com or 615-600-6880 and I will be in touch. Thank you so much!”
Oct. 25: Meet & Eat series with city and county staff about government services. RSVP.
Oct. 29: Mentor Mingle, 6-8 p.m. RSVP.
Nov. 1: UNCC Personally Speaking series: Mary Layton Atkinson.
Nov. 3: Community outreach on getting ready for healthcare insurance coverage.
Nov. 4: From Corporate to Impact: Nakisa Glover shares her story. $25.
Nov. 14: MeckEd Community Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.
Nov. 14: MeckEd professional development. Fee $30.
Dec. 5: MeckEd professional development. Fee $30.
Dec. 8: My Brother’s Keeper event.
Jan. 10: MeckEd professional development. Fee $30.
Jan. 31-Feb. 2: My Brother’s Keeper event.
Feb. 6: MeckEd professional development. Fee $30.
Feb. 22: Justice Initiatives summit on raise the age. Register here.
March 6: MeckEd professional development. Fee $30.
April 3: MeckEd professional development. Fee $30.