Weekly Newsletter 2 June 08
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|Our News - 5Jun08 - The Plainfield ReEntry Educational Facility (PREF) took the time today to thank some of the many volunteers that are helping to make PREF a success. Superintendent Michael Lloyd, Community Service Coordinator Judy Helms, and their staff of Residents hosted their first Volunteer Appreciation Day. The day started with a great breakfast prepared by Dennis Brady, Culinary Arts Instructor, and the Residents that are taking his class. Great job guys. We then had the opportunity to hear many of the Residents that took the time to thank the Volunteers for all they have been doing for them since PREF got started. As a volunteer, it is a great feeling, knowing that you are appreciated for the time you take to help out, and the Residents really let us know how we are appreciated. It makes it all worth the long drives, knowing you are making a difference in someone life, even considering thee circumstances. Again, Mr. Lloyd and PREF put on a great event. Thank you. Picture available at: Appreciation Day Pictures|
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Jobs Fair Calendar -
Sunday the 1st of June from 9:AM to 5: PM - The Convention Center is looking for 800 hires for part-time positions - It is being held in the 500 Ballroom | Contemporary Services Corp is hiring event staff, ticket takers and ushers | Centerplate is hiring catering service personnel for both the convention center, also hiring bartenders, suite attendants, banquet services and other personnel. Pay varies, depending on the position | The work is primarily nights and weekends including the Colts home games and the concert with country rocker Kenny Chensey on Sept. 13th
Location: Indiana Convention Center, 500 Ballroom
Contact: For more information call their Job fair hot line at 317-262-3473
Wednesday the 4th of June from Noon to 4:30 PM - Career Diversity & Education Fair - The Indianapolis Star & www.CareerBuilders.com - Looking for a better job?, Interested in furthering your education? Don't miss this opportunity to meet face-to-face with some of central Indiana's best companies and schools. Companies will be hiring for a wide variety of positions including: Accounting, Administrative, Computer/Info Systems, Customer Service, Labor, Warehouse, Manufacturing, Sales, Marketing and more. In addition, if you've ever wanted to continue your education and further your career, several colleges & universities will be at the event providing information and answering questions. The Admission is Free. For a list of companies exhibiting at the event and for more information, go to www.starcareerfair.com. If your company or school is interested in exhibiting, please contact Carrie Schmitt.
Location: The Indiana Convention Center, Sagamore Ballroom
Contact: Carrie Schmitt at 317-444-7288
|Research & Reference Info - The Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP) provides a superb summary of the recently passed Second Chance Act. Authors Turetsky and Nelson provide a helpful brief for sharing information, strategic planning, and proposal organizing. Click on Outline_PDF file - From: Maxine Bryant|
|Our Needs - The Pendleton Correctional Facility has immediate needs for volunteers for musical (Instruments) Instructors and Arts and Crafts supplies.|
|Volunteers, Teachers, Tutors (Helpers) Wanted - WE NEED YOUR HELP! Our prisons in Indianapolis, Plainfield and Pendleton are in need of persons that can serve "inside" the prison system as Teachers, Tutors, Mentors and Instructors. If you would like to be a volunteer/Helper, please give us a call at 317-547-0500, or Click on: Indiana D.O.C. for additional information, or Click on: Indiana D.O.C. Volunteer Form.|
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