January 23, 2020
– Guests: Pastor Phillip Pointer of St. Mark Baptist Church | St. Mark Baptist Church & Tendaji CDC hosts the 4th Annual Power To Get Wealth Job Fair,Sunday, January 26th from 10am-2pm at St. Mark Baptist Church in the Children & Youth Center, 5722 West 12th Street in Little Rock. This event is free and open to the public with more than 50 companies on site. Participating companies range from financial services, health care, automotive, education, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and more. Attendees can will have the opportunity to interview with recruiters who will be ready to hire on the spot. Bring your resume and be dressed for the interview. Broadway Joe will be on site broadcasting live. For more information, call 501-663-3955 or visit www.smark.org or visit Saint Mark Baptist Church on Facebook.
– Guests: Anthony Snell, Executive Director of Metropolitan Housing Alliance | Metropolitan Housing Alliance hosts a Construction Bid Luncheon for contractors, tradesman, section 3 businesses and section 3 participants. Contractors and tradesman will learn about on-site requirements, bidding, timelines, scope of work and bonding for the schedules redevelopment phase. Phase Two of Redevelopment in the Rock Phase Two involved $70 million in construction projects as Sunset Terrace, Madison Heights I & II and Homes at Granite Mountain, and Section 3 will be able to discuss job opportunities with construction related businesses from Central Arkansas. The luncheon will be held, Wednesday, January 29th from 11am-1pm at Centre at University Park, 6401 West 12th Street in Little Rock. For more information, visit www.mhapha.org or call 501-373-8222.
– Guests: Tracey Thomas, Chairperson for the NAACP Jacksonville, Arkansas ACT-SO and Tania Kelley, Student | ACT-SO stands for Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics. It is a major youth initiative of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and provides a forum through which the students demonstrate academic, artistic and scientific prowess and expertise, thereby gaining the same recognition often only reserved for entertainers and athletes. This free program is currently taking applications for students in 9th-12th grades who can utilize their gifts and talents in the areas of STEM, Humanities, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Business, and Culinary Arts. Make plans to attend an Informative Meeting to learn more and apply, Sunday, January 26th at 4pm at In His Image Ministries, 2700 Pershing Blvd. in North Little Rock, next door to the University of Arkansas at Pulaski Technical College. For more details, visit www.naacpjvark.org/act-so-jacksonville.