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  1. Fiduciary Responsibilities for Local Elected Officials

    May 16, 2018, All Day @ Western Piedmont Council of Governments

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  2. National Stepping Up Day of Action

    May 16, 2018, 9:00 AM

    Stepping Up was launched in May 2015 to elevate the crisis of too many people with mental illnesses in jails and provide counties with tools and resources to create sustainable and data-driven plans to impact this crisis. In the three years since launching the initiative, more than 400 counties have passed a resolution or proclamation committing to acting on this issue. During this Day of Action, the National Association of Counties encourages you to: hold an event or participate in local activities to share with residents the progress you have made in addressing the prevalence of people with mental illnesses in jails; raise public awareness of this important issue; and emphasize your commitment to creating data-driven, systems-level changes to policy and practice that reduce the number of people with mental illnesses in jails.

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  3. ncIMPACT: Winning Strategies for Expanding NC's Tightening Labor Market

    May 16, 2018, 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM @ RTI International

    Our state’s labor market is growing increasingly tight. North Carolina employers are eager to expand the pool of available and qualified potential employees, and workforce development agencies are seeking creative ways to bring more people into the workforce and assist them in efficiently acquiring skills needed. ncIMPACT, in partnership with the N.C. Association of Workforce Development

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  4. myFutureNC Commission Listening Session on Education and Economic Opportunity

    May 16, 2018, 2:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Jacksonville City Offices

    Educational attainment is critical to North Carolina’s continued economic growth. To earn a family-sustaining wage in today’s economy, North Carolinians need some postsecondary education – whether that’s a four-year degree, an associate’s degree, a certificate or license in a career and technical field, or an apprenticeship. The myFutureNC Commission – comprised of state leaders in education, business, philanthropy, government, and faith-based and nonprofit communities – is reimagining the ways our communities, our regions, and our state support an individual’s attainment journey, from pre-Kindergarten through postsecondary and into the workforce. To help them in this task, the myFutureNC Listening Tour is collecting ideas and feedback from people all over the state. We want to hear from everyone: educators, parents, service providers, faith leaders, employees, employers, government representatives, and students.

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