Join us for the Month of May in this collaborative program with Habitat for Humanity, program participants will have the opportunity to write messages of compassion and hope, as well as other artistic expressions, on raw building materials. The finished pieces will be donated back to Habitat for Humanity, for future use as materials in building a home. Open to all ages.
The Dayton Chapter of SCORE, a national network of experienced entrepreneurs and corporate managers, offer free one-on-one counseling sessions. These are for anyone who is considering starting their own business or needs assistance with an existing business. Call 937-496-8631 to schedule an appointment with a SCORE counselor.
Join us for an open lab to get you on the move with all that Dayton Metro Library has to offer. If you're seeking help in using our catalog, downloading ebooks or audiobooks to your mobile device, or reading magazines on your tablet, we've got you covered.
Read, Eat, And Discuss a great book with the book discussion group shared by the Miami Township and Miamisburg Branch Libraries. This month's title is The Book of Unknown Americans by Christian Henriquez.
Tabletop gaming at the Township library for players between 8 and 80. Play old favorites or new finds including Battleship and Munchkin; Uno and Coup; Connect Four and Forbidden Island. Drop in anytime between 5:30 and 8:00 with your family and start building a community of gamers.
Make things happen at the library. Joining the teen advisory board looks good on college applications, gets you more volunteer hours, and gives you a voice in what happens at the library. Grades 7 - 12 welcome.By registering for the meeting in advance, you will get a reminder of the meeting date ahead of time, but advanced registration is not required to attend.
The Job Seekers team will
share invaluable library resources for interview preparation and discuss the
skills needed to master different types of interviews, including phone, Skype
and call-back interviews.
Are you starting a nonprofit? What questions should be considered? Where will funding come from? Which websites and books would be helpful?
Come to this informative presentation and meet other individuals who are starting nonprofits. Network with your peers and get real, practical, step by step advice on how to go about creating a nonprofit.