COVID-19 resources - educational opportunities
The more you know the better you can navigate the times we find ourselves in. We are sharing several educational opportunities today and tomorrow that will help you get through this.
We want to highlight the town hall later today that we have quickly put together with several of our community partners that will present some very important information. See more below.
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Telephone Town Hall- Today, Tuesday, April 7th, 3 pm
Join the Nashville LGBT Chamber and our community partners Urban League of Middle Tennessee, Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce for an important update from:
- U.S. Congressman Jim Cooper (TN-05) on the CARES Act.
- Ms. LaTanya Channel U.S. Small Business Administration, Director of SBA’s Tennessee will also be joining the conversation with new information on the Paycheck Protection Program and
- Marshall Crawford, Housing Fund, President and CEO will share new housing initiatives for Tennessee and answer your questions.
This telephone town hall is presented by our member Comcast Universal.
Rebuilding Our Small Business Community- Wednesday, April 8th, 1 pm
You will take an in-depth look at the CARES Act, including the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and the interplay both have with newly mandated federal requirements for small businesses. This opportunity is brought to you by Nashville Community Education.
The Top 6 Leadership Competencies Every Leader Should Know and Grow- Wednesday, April 8th, 1 pm
The National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce has started a webinar series with tools and resources for small businesses, business leaders, and more. From leveraging your authenticity to having leadership courage, being empathetic to mastering communication, and building relationships to shaping workplace culture, you’ll leave this session with an understanding of what these six look like in your workplace, and what steps you can begin to take to strengthen them for your own leadership success.
Stay #NashvilleStrong and stay healthy.