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3 ways for Hamilton nonprofits to connect with Mohawk College

2014 COMMUNITY BUILDERS PROJECT

Nonprofits and community groups in need of an extreme home makeover are invited to an April 25 information session at Mohawk's Fennell Campus. The Ontario Trillium Foundation and Mohawk College are looking for a nonprofit to take part in the 2014 Community Builders Project. The project launched this year with the OTF providing a $74,700 capital grant and 80 Mohawk Building Renovation students renovating the second storey of the Old Firehall Arts Centre in Ancaster. The partnership is the first of its kind between OTF and an Ontario college.

Information sessions will be held April 25 at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. To register, please contact

Cheryl Kanwar

Coordinator of Program Administration, Ontario Trillium Foundation

1-800-236-2887, ext. 244

ckanwar@otf.ca

THE AGENCY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS - APRIL 30 INFO SESSION

Nonprofits and community groups in need of no-charge marketing and communications campaigns are invited to an April 30 information session at The Agency in the McKeil School of Business. Teams of Mohawk marketing, advertising and public relations students, faculty and staff take on a limited number of nonprofit clients each year. To RSVP for the April 30 information session at 4:30 p.m. in room i205 at the Fennell Campus, please contact Joe Duda at joe.duda@mohawkcollege.ca.

2013 MEDIA RELATIONS SUMMER CAMP

The Hamilton Spectator and Mohawk College are planning the annual media relations summer camp free for Hamilton nonprofits, community groups and neighbourhood associations. Campers polish, practice and then pitch story ideas to reporters and editors and learn about submitting op-eds and letters to the editor and requesting editorial board meetings. A date will be announced soon. For more information, please contact Jay Robb at jay.robb@mohawkcollege.ca.