Please drop in on Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Shepherd Park Library for job search assistance. One-on-one help with filling out job applications, help with cover letters and resumes and creating an email account. We also give out positive and encouraging words during your job search. We look forward to serving you!Marilyn Smith
On February 8, 2012, in honor of Black History Month, the Juanita E. Thornton/Shepherd Park Library was fortunate to host Dr. Lee Thornton, recently retired Richard Eaton chair in broadcast journalism and interim provost for equity and diversity at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Norwood Holland grew up in Gum Springs, the historically black enclave in Virginia's suburban Fairfax County, which was once a part of the Mount Vernon Plantation. He is a graduate of Fisk University where he majored in English and education. He studied under the late Harlem Renaissance writer Arna Bontemps, and he has a Juris Doctor from Howard University.
Please join us Wednesday, February 8, at 6:30 p.m. to hear Dr. Lee Thornton, Richard Eaton Chair in Broadcast Journalism and Interim Provost for Equity and Diversity, University of Maryland College Park, offer a talk, “Minorities in the Media: New Directions?”
A big thank you to Joe Clarke of SCORE Chapter One-Washington, DC and all of the participants. Joe Clarke presented the ultimate business plan, which is usually an all-day affair, and condensed it in such a way that made it easy to understand, less complicated and a lot less intimidating. I highly recommend SCORE if your vision is to own your own business or if you want to make improvements to one you already own.
Mark your calendars for a seminar on How to Write the Ultimate Business Plan. Presented by SCORE Chapter One, Washington, D.C.Volunteer Joe Clarke will cover plan concepts and the material each plan must include. If you have a vision of owning your own business, now is the time put it all down on paper.Shepherd Park Library, January 23, 2012, 6 p.m.For more information, call 202-541-6100 or visit dclibrary.org/juanita.