Executive Director, Notre Dame Mission Volunteers
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Adrienne has spent her entire professional life in the service community. After graduating from Case Western Reserve University in 2004, she signed up to serve in AmeriCorps with the Notre Dame Mission Volunteers. Since then she has accumulated over 15 years of experience working at every level of the organization. Adrienne now manages 30 staff supporting over 450 AmeriCorps members in the US. She also oversees the Notre Dame International program partnering with the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in Haiti where NDMV has created a job training program within a bakery, Boulangerie Notre Dame.
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This session will focus on the importance of training for community members to help you establish long term project sustainability for your projects. These training programs can offer additional benefits to the communities you serve by teaching community members new skills. These skills can help create employment opportunities for community members and improve the local economy. (Many under-resourced areas lack opportunities for employment, and the pandemic has made this problem even worse.) We will explore methods used to teach skills, including techniques for local citizens who have limited reading, writing, and math skills. The discussion will focus on skills training and the potential employment of community members to help you with your long-term project sustainability.
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