Communicating for success is the idea behind the Habitat for Humanity's new neighborhood program. Today the organization, in partnership with local neighborhood associations, launched its new Communication for Success program. The seminars will help residents learn the skills they need to communicate with businesses, schools, and family and friends.
Participants can also apply for Habitat for Humanity housing while learning lifelong skills.
"Everyone may not be able to get a Habitat home at this time," said education coordinator Ronetta Gardner, "but we're hoping that everyone will be able to take away from the program better skills and be better prepared for the process at a later date."
If you are interested in participating, there will be two seminars in October, but spaces are limited:
Oct. 26: 9am-1pm, St. Paul CME Church social hall.
Oct. 29: 5pm-9m, Tremont Mark Community Center.
Call Ronetta Gardner at 912.353.8122 to register.
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