• Morning Mingle 1-22-2020

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    Name: Morning Mingle 1-22-2020
    Date: January 22, 2020
    Time: 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM EST
    Registration: Register Now
    Event Description:

    As a monthly networking and seminar event, Morning Mingles offers the opportunity for business professionals from companies of all types and sizes to come together for networking and educational programming.



    Presents: "What's New in Stewardship? And Best Practices to Engage Your Board in the Stewardship Plan!"
     
    2020 is HERE!
    Is your budget set. Is your fundraising plan set.  Is your stewardship plan set?
    Budgets work with a strong fundraising plan, a strong stewardship plan, and cultivating donors - paves the way for stronger fundraising. Join us to share, discuss and discover what's new in stewardship!



    Presented and conversation led by: Jackie Downing, Director of Grant-making and Nonprofit Effectiveness at The COMMUNITY Foundation for Greater New Haven.
     
     
     


    Presents:  "Digital disruption in the living room".
     
    There has been a shift on how we consume our media and entertainment at home. 
    The long list of options is a blend of cable, satellite and app based channels that all come with a variety of cost and complication. We have assembled a panel of experts that can help you navigate these choices.
     
    The purpose is to educate  attendees on new and emerging products so they can make better choices at home

    Moderator: Glen McDermott - Red Rock Branding

     

    Panelists:
    Michael Donovan | Comcast Business
    Henry Novello | T-Mobile  
    Onoh Udensi | Student at SCSU |Consumer of Hulu/Apple TV 

      

     


    Presents: "Internships? How to Plan & Hire Successfully"
    To meet the needs of today’s workloads and to prepare a future workforce, starting an internship program is an excellent way to facilitate success for a company. Internship programs enhance industry and university collaboration and help strengthen future workforce and retain talent in Connecticut. In fact, an internship program can be used as a year-round recruiting tool and implementing an ongoing intern program creates a pipeline of future full-time employees. Experts have stated that at the one-year mark, interns who become full-time employees are almost 30% more likely to remain at your company than are other full-time hires.
     
    Other benefits for hiring interns include helping companies increase visibility on college campuses, test-driving talent, increasing productivity for teams, providing fresh perspective on challenges or projects, and closing skill gaps related to the latest advancements in techniques and technology or social media outreach. 
     
    During this session, attendees will hear from a panel of experts with various perspectives on internship programs. CT Next can help companies and students bridge the funding gap with an internship grant program. New Haven Promise will train and prepare students to be successful interns.
     
    Email pservices@gnhcc.com with any currently available opportunities for interns and attend this session, sponsored by the Human Resource Council, presented by Carmody, Torrance, Sandak & Hennessey.

     
    Panelists:
    Patricia Melton - New Haven Promise
    Chris Brown - Yale University
    Johnna A. Scott- Program Associate, CTNext
    Andrew Babiak- Director, Branch Manager, UBS Wealth Management



        



    Breakfast Sponsored by:
    Location:

    Chamber Offices
    900 Chapel Street, 10th Floor
    New Haven, CT 06520
     

    Date/Time Information:
    Wednesday, January 22, 2020
    7:30am - 9:30am 
    Contact Information:
    Fees/Admission:
    $10 Members
    $45 Non-members
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