BSA announced in October 2017 that local Councils could accept girls in 2018. The organization hoped to sign up 300 girls total in 2018 and has exceeded its goal.
Thanks to one local car salesman, a Vietnam War-era veteran now has a reliable mode of transportation he so desperately needed.
Honorees receive an unrestricted $7,500 cash grant, and $7,500 to be used for school initiatives. Eligible are principals from public schools in Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover counties and the city of Richmond.
In Virginia, the 23230 ZIP code was identified as the number one Millennial hotspot in Virginia, with a spike of Millennials of 43.4% over a five-year period.
Beginning today, the Richmond SPCA will bring pets to RAA headquarters once a month for one hour. RAA staff will get a chance to interact with pets awaiting adoption while also providing exposure to help these pets find homes.
A multi-million dollar expansion of City-led public, private, nonprofit partnership will allow more than 1,000 additional RPS elementary and middle school students access to an after-school program.
“We want social workers to understand the systemic and community context necessary for mental wellness, including the ways in which social work has upheld white supremacy,” organizer M. Alex Wagaman said.
“Dedicated individuals that are registered to vote in the Commonwealth of Virginia, who take pride in their work, are patient, and enjoy working with people are invited and encouraged to apply to serve as a Richmond Election Officer,” the General Registrar’s office said in a statement.
The event is free and members of the public are encouraged to attend. There will be over 40 employers on site to speak with citizens interested in employment opportunities and offer resume assistance.
The study analyzed everything from the gap between female and male executives to the disparity in unemployment rates for women and men.