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  • 22 Apr 2014 10:15 AM | Anonymous
    The Maryland Women's Business Center has just released info about their 2014 StartRight! competition. Here are the details:

    2014 Startright Flyer.pdf

  • 18 Apr 2014 8:28 PM | Anonymous
    Thanks to Marcia Custer for representing Montgomery County's Senior Connection at our April meeting.
    Marcia explained that for almost twenty years The Senior Connection of Montgomery County, Inc. has provided free volunteer services to our older residents.
    There is a growing need for people to volunteer to drive seniors to doctor's appointments, grocery shopping and on other errands, as well as help with other tasks. Unfortunately growing demand for these services has outpaced the addition of new volunteers.

    Please consider giving two – three hours per week to help out. It will make a big difference to you and to the people you serve. 

    For more information, please contact Marcia Custer at 301-962-0820301-962-0820 X14, or download an application on the website at:

    http://www.seniorconnectionmc.org/volunteers/become-a-volunteer/


  • 24 Feb 2014 9:05 PM | Anonymous
     Are you interested in speaking at the 2014 Power Conference this year?  The conference will take place on August 28.
    Fill out the  proposal form, and return it by March 31!

    Thursday, August 28, 2014

    Montgomery County Conference Center

    North Bethesda, Maryland 20852

    Speaker Proposal Form

    Due March 31, 2014

     

    The Power Conference accepts proposals from qualified candidates to present in demand, trending topics from their area of expertise at our annual Business Development conference, Keynote Luncheon, and Expo. Please submit the attached proposal form via email (nregelin@shulmanrogers.com ) or fax (301-230-2891) Attn: N Regelin. 

     

    The focus of the conference is on BUSINESS.  Keep in mind that our attendees are both experienced business women and aspiring entrepreneurs in a wide range of industries.  Many women attend every year so speaker proposals with fresh focused topics have a better chance than general topics.  You may propose up to 3 topics.  Feel free to attach expanded proposal information.

     

    The Conference runs 9:00 am – 4:00 pm and includes concurrent slots of 45 minutes, and 60 minutes for both large Workshops and Masterclass 10 person roundtables.  Topics within Business Development and Contracting;   Technology, Creativity and Marketing; and Personal Development for Business Growth should be clearly targeted at either experienced or introductory levels.

     

    Contact: If you have any questions, please contact The Power Conference Co-Chair Nancy Regelin at  nregelin@shulmanrogers.com , 301-230-5224301-230-5224.


    2014 Power Conference Speaker Proposal Form

    If you are interested in speaking at the 2104 Power Conference: Women Doing Business, please complete this form and email to nregelin@shulmanrogers.com or fax to nregelin 301-230-2891.  

    SPEAKER CONTACT INFORMATION

    Name:

     

    Professional Credentials:

     

    Title:

     

    Company:

     

    Address 1:

     

    Address 2:

     

    City:

     

    State:

     

    Zip Code:

     

    Telephone:

     

    Assistant:

     

    Email:

     

    Social Media Pages:

     

    Professional Affiliations (if applicable) / References

    Are you a member of Women Business Owners of Mont Co or PG, or WPEO-DC or Women Presidents Organization?:

     

    Member of other Women, Professional, or Business Organization?:

     

    References:

     








     


     

    SPEAKER BIO

     

    SPEAKER PRESENTATION DETAILS

    Topic

     

     

    Presentation Title and  Short Description

     

    Preferred Length of Session:

     

    Names of Proposed Co-Presenters or Panel (if applicable)( include name, company, e-mail)

     

    Key Benefits: Please include 1-3 specific learning objectives our audience will take away.

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    2.

    3.

     

    Links (if applicable):  Please include active links to videos of past presentations, slideshare, published articles, interviews, testimonials, blogs, etc.

     

     

    If you have any questions, please contact The Power Conference Co-Chair Nancy Regelin: nregelin@shulmanrogers.com

     


  • 24 Feb 2014 10:57 AM | Anonymous
    Thanks to Debra Liverpool who spoke at our February meeting and discussed the all-encompassing services Family Services, Inc. provide. Their headquarters are located on a campus in Gaithersburg, but their reach extends far into the community. The following is a short list of some of their most pressing needs: baby items (clothing, equipment, formula, diapers), clothing, furniture, and of course monetary donations.
    If you're able to assist in this way, it will be greatly appreciated.
  • 21 Feb 2014 12:29 PM | Anonymous
    Montgomery County's Small and Minority-Owned Businesses are invited to an open house on February 26 to showcase services or products which may be of use to the county's Public Safety Departments.
    All the information is here.
  • 10 Feb 2014 10:56 AM | Anonymous
    In December we had our 2nd annual holiday non-profit luncheon. This was an opportunity for our WBO members to invite representatives from our favorite non-profits to present their programs.
    Below is a list of those in attendance, their contact info, and what type of help they would like to receive.
    Read the blurbs, click on the links, and explore where & how you can give back!!

    Adventure Theatre
    provides memorable theatrical experiences and high-quality training in theater and musical theater for children and teens. They are seeking donations or sponsorships from local businesses who want visibility in the MoCo community. Contact Tom Eisman.

    Art-Stream creates artistic opportunities in communities traditionally under-served by the arts. They are looking for partnerships with community organizations to create new opportunities in finding volunteers and funding. Contact Nicolette Stearns.

    Big Learning provides before and after school enrichment programs in Montgomery County schools. They would like corporate sponsorships and grants to support scholarships for schools, individual students and PTAs. They also need board members and teachers. Contact Trish Iliff

    Capitol Arts Network provides artist studio space, business of art classes and gallery space for local artists. Contact Judith Heartsong.

    Corporate Volunteer Council of Montgomery County helps business create successful volunteer programs. They are seeking to develop and grow a business community focusing on volunteer service. Contact Sarah Burnett.

    Green Wheaton provides environmental education and outreach for the community. They need board members to help with their strategic plan. Contact Wendy Howard.

    Hadassah has a commitment to partnership with the Israeli people and supports medical care and research at the Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem. They seek to cultivate young leaders and encourage interest in volunteering with Hadassah. Contact Lisa Zelermyer.

    Joy of Motion believes that dance is for everyone, and toward that end seeks to provide high quality dance instruction and performance experiences. They would like support for their youth scholarship fund. Contact Julia Cain.

    Jubilee Association of MD, Inc. provides support for adults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to live in and enrich their community. Contact Kendra Tappin.

    Literacy Council of Montgomery County provides tutoring in reading and writing to both native English speakers and non-English speakers. They need volunteer tutors, donors and sponsors for their "Scrabble Scramble" event in March. Contact Shelley Block.

    Montgomery College Foundation supports the mission and vision of Montgomery College. They need financial support for need-based scholarships. Contact Carol Rognrud.

    Real Food for Kids advocates for whole, fresh, nutrient-rich foods to be served in Montgomery County Schools. They want parents of kids in MCPS who would like to get involved, as well as cash donations. Contact Karen Devitt.

    Transformations of Montgomery County works with low income county families to create a residence that promotes healthy, positive growth. They are looking for volunteers, board members and corporate sponsors. Contact Anita Segreti

    The Treatment and Learning Centers serves children and adults with special needs. They would like to connect with employers who will learn about the benefits of hiring individuals with disabilities. And they can always use donations! Contact Bonnie Lawhorn 301-424-5200.

    Washingtonians for Young Performing Artists is committed to helping young performers grow their talents and achieve success in their performing careers. They need fundraising assistance and volunteers. Contact Melanie Barber or Sein Lewis.

    Your Dog's Friend's goal is to keep dogs out of shelters by educating and supporting their humans. They offer training and seminars. Their need is for money to sponsor and support free adopters' workshops and the Foster Dog Alliance. Contact them at: administrator@yourdogsfriend.org


  • 04 Feb 2014 6:32 PM | Anonymous
    In the case of inclement weather, WBO follows Montgomery County Schools. If schools are cancelled, so are our events. If there is a 2-hour delay, breakfast meetings are cancelled.
  • 10 Jan 2014 2:33 PM | Anonymous
    JANUARY 16, 2014    IT’S ALL FREE!

    Resources from the State, County and City for Small Businesses

    Are you aware of all the support that is available to you and your small business from the State of Maryland, Montgomery County, and Cities of Rockville and Gaithersburg? Join us for this Business Innovation Center Lunch and Learn where a panelist of experts will share all their free resources, such as economic incentives, tax credits, grants, and low interest loans. It’s a rare opportunity that these experts are gathered in one place so it’s a session you can’t afford to miss.

     

     Lunch and Learn:

    12:00 to 1:30 PM

    Featuring the following panel of experts:

     

    From the State:

    Judy Costello, MD BIO

    Heather Gramm, DBED

    Ron Kaese, TEDCO

     

    From the County:

    Fizie Haleem, DED

     

    From the City:

    Tom Lonergan, City of Gaithersburg

    Laurie Boyer, Rockville Economic Development, Inc.

     

    William Hanna

    Innovation Center

    9700 Great Seneca Highway

    Rockville, MD 20850

    Please RSVP: 240-453-8470

    All are welcome!

  • 04 Dec 2013 10:46 PM | Anonymous
    The Maryland Women's Business Center has an opening for a full-time Program Manager/Business Counselor in our Rockville office to work with women-owned enterprises to help them start and grow their business.  We would also consider part-time candidates.  This is a great position in an exciting non-profit organization with a strong mission.
    For more information.
  • 02 Dec 2013 11:05 AM | Anonymous
    Maryland Women's Business Center
    December 5, 9:30am-12:30pm

    Is your business a woman-owned enterprise?  Would you like to sell your product or service to major employers and/or the federal, state, and local government?  If so, you need to understand how getting certified as a woman-owned enterprise can help you!  Our experts will cover the process involved with obtaining the following certifications:

    • Woman Owned Small Business Program (WOSB) from the Federal Government  
    • WBE Certification from the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC); and  
    • MBE/WBE Certification from Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT)!

    Register here.


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