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19 04, 2017

2017 Grantee Training Institute

2017-05-24T20:32:47+00:00

Economic Development for Local Leaders

In partnership with the International Economic Development Council, The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation will be sponsoring this special training course for local leaders and economic developers on the essentials of economic development.

This intensive training course is designed as a two-day classroom-style “boot-camp,” which emphasizes the system and practice of economic development. It will help community leaders and economic developers learn more about the state, federal, and private sector resources that are available to assist them with various aspects of economic development.

The interactive course provides participants with practical tools and inspiring examples to support critical economic development and resilience activities.

Modules in the course include:

  • An overview of the system and practice of economic development
  • Existing business retention and expansion
  • Economic development marketing
  • Workforce development, resiliency, and economic recovery
  • Supporting entrepreneurs and small business
  • Economic development strategic planning
  • How to use federal and state economic development tools

Competitive mini-grants available to attendees

About our Partner & Presenter

The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) is a non-profit membership organization serving economic developers. With more than 5,000 members, IEDC is the largest organization of its kind. Economic developers promote economic well-being and quality of life for their communities, by creating, retaining and expanding jobs that facilitate growth, enhance wealth and provide a stable tax base.

The Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation Mission Statement

Based on input from the community it serves, TGKVF makes thoughtful and proactive investments that grow the multiple forms of wealth necessary for our community to thrive.

These forms of wealth include the individual, intellectual, social, political, natural, built, and financial assets within our community.

Upcoming Events

International Economic Development Council (IEDC)

Topic: Economic Development for Local Leaders

Dates: May 23 and 24, 2017

Times: 9 am – 5 pm

Where: Schoenbaum Family Enrichment Center

Charleston, WV

Global Partners for Fathers and Families

Topic: Grant Writing Training with Emphasis on Federal Funding

Dates: July 26, 2017

Times: 9 am – 5 pm

Where: Schoenbaum Family Enrichment Center

Charleston, WV

Building Bridges for Good Measure

Workshop tracks will include:

• Leadership
• Program delivery
• Fund development
• Financial management • Evaluation

Dates: November 2 and 3, 2017 Where: Adventures on the Gorge

Fayetteville, WV

13 01, 2017

O’Hair

2017-04-17T17:55:09+00:00

Eligibility

College/University: Any
Financial Need: Yes
Renewable: Yes

Specific preferences:

  • Demonstrate academic ability

2016

Average grant amount: $1,800
Number of Grants: 1
13 01, 2017

Rebecca Goodwin

2017-04-17T17:55:09+00:00

Eligibility

College/University: Any
Financial Need: Yes
Renewable: Yes

Specific preferences:

  • Graduating senior of St. Albans High School

2016

Average grant amount: $6,000
Number of Grants: 6
13 01, 2017

Roxanna Glass

2017-04-17T17:55:09+00:00

Eligibility

College/University: Any four year college or university
Financial Need: No
Renewable: No

Specific preferences:

  • Graduating senior of Lewis County High School
  • Attend a four year college or university
  • Intentions of studying music or the fine arts

2016

Average grant amount: $1,300
Number of Grants: 1