Ballantyne December Volunteer Event

December 10, 2019
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
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The Relatives (Youth Crisis Center)
1100 East Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28203
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Ballantyne Community Volunteer Opportunity at The Relatives 

December 10, 2019   5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

 

 

Come and join us for our volunteer event at The Relatives Youth Crisis Center on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. We will be playing games with the youth residents and preparing and serving the residents dinner. Approximately 10 spots are available and anyone interested in registering should also email me directly: [email protected].

Organization Name: The Relatives (Youth Crisis Center)

Background on Organization: The Relatives is a system of resources that helps children and youth find shelter and support. Our Youth Crisis CenterOn Ramp Resource Center, and Housing programs keep kids safe and families together. The Relatives serves as the Safe Place agency for Mecklenburg County and the surrounding area, partnering with local businesses to ensure young people in need have access to immediate help and supportive resources. The goal of each program The Relatives offers is to keep kids safe and families together. We believe every child deserves a safe place to sleep and a fighting chance to make it.

The Youth Crisis Center has been operating since 1974 providing a safe location for youth ages 7-17 who have run away from home, are homeless, or just going through a rough family situation with nowhere else to turn. For up to 21 days, youth have a safe place to go where they and their families can work on the issues that brought them to our Youth Crisis Center.  Most youth stay less than eight days because staff members work hard to put plans in place to keep families on track. Nine kids can stay at a time and everyone is expected to work hard on their problems, take care of the house, and help each other stay safe.


This is a working meeting designed for PMI Chapter members south of the city including Ballantyne.

PDU Category: Volunteer Service

POC: [email protected]

Community Chapter Meeting 

As a means of helping chapter and local community members who are certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP®) satisfy the continuing education requirements for re-certification, PMI Metrolina Chapter arranges its monthly meeting schedule to allow a 1 hour PDU training session to be incorporated into its normal meeting.

Topics presented during these sessions are designed to not only satisfy the PDU requirement for re-certifying as a PMP, but to also provide wide appeal to people involved in project management regardless of whether or not they are certified PMPs. The 1-hour sessions meet the educational requirements to qualify for 1 PDU credits for maintaining PMP® certification or to meet the requirement for attending 35 hours of formal project management education prior to applying to sit for the PMP® exam.

The sessions are open to all.

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