State of the Community: Carroll
February 23, 2017
Campus Center Ballroom
Presentations from the event can be accessed by clicking on the presentation title below.
State of Community: Carroll Breakfast
Breakfast highlighting current findings and trends affecting the state of community in Carroll County.
Panel: Response to Poverty
In this panel, presenters from the university and the community will discuss local poverty interventions, areas for community and university intervention, and policy approaches to poverty alleviation.
Tiffany Parsons, Lecturer, Department of Sociology UWG, Founder Impact West Georgia
Jeri Shaffer, Circles Leader, Circles of West Georgia
Discussant: Melanie McClellan, Director of Community Engagement, UWG
Break and Structured Networking
Get to know the College of Social Sciences and local community. Find others that have a similar interest and network with them. Nametags are color coordinated by topics.
Session 1 Concurrent Workshops
N. Jane McCandless, Ph.D. Professor of Sociology and Dean of theCollege of Social Sciences
The process of identifying and developing new leaders to succeed current leaders is vitally important to all organizations. Preparing for the next line of leadership allows organizations to make smooth transitions in times when changes in leadership are either planned or unplanned. However, less than one-third of all organizations report that they have a succession plan in place. This workshop focus on how an organization can begin to develop a multi-year process that will result in individuals who are prepared to lead when called upon.
Hazel Cole Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communications, Public Relations Head
Nonprofits will learn about best practices in media relations, the need for a social presence, and strategies on how to get your story told.
Session 2 Concurrent Workshops
Anthony Fleming Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
Amy Goolsby, Carroll County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Management Agency
The goal of this workshop is to explain what the Carroll County Emergency Management Agency does for the community and to help community members understand how the agency can best serve them during times of crisis.
Developing a Budget and Budget Narrative for Grant Proposal Applications
- Budget example (Excel file)
Sooho Lee Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Political Science
It is often said that the budget section is the backbone of grant proposals. Grant reviewers often turn right to the budget even before reading the proposal to see what the money will be used for. The needs and project narrative should match the budget. The estimates in the budget should be realistic and credible. This workshop offers a quick effective guide for developing a grant proposal budget in the public sector, especially focusing on nonprofit organizations.
Following - continue the conversations over lunch at the UWG East Commons ($8.30).
Parking is available in the lot adjacent to the Townsend Center for Performing Arts.
A gate attendant will be present to let you in the lot. Once parked, follow the State
of Community: Carroll signs that will direct you to the Campus Center Ballroom.
Questions? Contact Jeannette Diaz in the College of Social Sciences at email@example.com or 678-835-51270.