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It's your last chance to register for Wake Up to Success! on December 7th. You don't want to miss this opportunity to hear about our new merger. You'll also hear inspirational stories from some of our trainees. Registration closes on Monday, December 3rd at noon!
We want to see you at Wake Up to Success! on December 7th. Register at http://wuts2012.eventbrite.com. It will be our first event as a newly merged organization - Project for Pride in Living Enterprises!
We would like you to join us for Wake Up to Success!, a free one-hour fundraising breakfast event full of information and inspiration hosted by Project for Pride in Living Enterprises. Project for Pride in Living Enterprises is an organization formed by the recent merger of Rebuild Resources and Project for Pride in Living Enterprises.
When: Friday, December 7, 2012 from 7:30 - 8:30 a.m., check-in opens at 7:00 a.m.
Where: Town & Country Club, 300 Mississippi Boulevard North,... St. Paul, MN
Complete your free registration online at http://wuts2012.eventbrite.com.
Huge CONGRATULATIONS to Bimbola Akinbola, Program Coordinator at Rebuild Resources, who will be joining the American Studies PhD program at the University of Maryland this Fall. Bimbola has help many Rebuild folks get jobs--we will miss her greatly!
Rebuild Resources is now on Causes. Please join us!
Wednesday, November 16th is Give to the Max Day! New donors who give that day on GiveMN.org will have their gift matched by Rebuild's Board of Directors, who have pledged a cumulative $9,100 towards the match! Please help us spread the word. Every gift will help!
The SUMMIT FOR A FAIR ECONOMY will focus on what WE CAN DO to rebuild and economy that works for everyone in MN. KEYNOTE will be given by former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich. WORKSHOP SUBJECTS will include:
**Eliminating barriers to employment,
**Creating quality jobs, AND
**Improving wealth-building opportunities.
The event is free but RSVPs are required: www.takeactionminnesota.org
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