If you have ever worked for a small business or non-profit, your job probably consists of wearing multiple hats. So how do you get through the never-ending checklist and still manage to communicate strategically? The reality is there isn’t a plan to solve it all. Every small business, non-profit and one woman/man shop operates differently, faces different challenges and needs different solutions. That being said, there is still hope even if you can’t solve all the issues at once. My advice: go back to the basics.
NCET is hosting a business expo to help upcoming entrepreneur’s jump start their business. Freelance writer, Annie Flanzraich, joined us in the studio Monday morning to share what the event is all about.
TrainerRoad, a successful tech company in Reno, believes beautiful and thoughtful office design helps recruitment, builds a strong culture, fosters employee happiness and maximizes team productivity. At our next Tech Wednesday event, we’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at TrainerRoad.
The vision to build Northern Nevada’s economic future on sectors such as advanced manufacturing and advanced logistics can become a reality only if the region’s workforce has the skills that new and expanding employers require. The Pennington Applied Technology Center at Truckee Meadows Community College has a long and rich history of teaching residents the skills they need for technical jobs and updating those skills to keep workers competitive when new technologies create new employment opportunities.
The Reno Mini Maker Faire is scheduled to take place on Saturday July 8, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Idlewild Park. The event is a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker Movement. People of all ages and backgrounds will come together to show what they are making and share what they have learned along the way. The Faire is a celebration of what makes Northern Nevada unique.
The Pack Internship Grant Program (PIGP) provides funding for individual student internships with local businesses, non-profits and public agencies. Our program seeks to assist local organizations in developing substantive internship opportunities for Nevada students. In addition to providing grant funding for internships (we provide student wages at $12/hour for 120 hours), we will work with you to create a new internship program or renovate an existing internship to ensure a mutually beneficial professional experience.
Join NCET and Amber Barnes, founder and Chief Learning Officer of StartHuman, as she explores What happens when we start looking at employee engagement as a relationship between employees and employers.