The March of Dimes and CVS Charity Classic Chairmen are looking for volunteers, middle/high school age and up, to help out at the 20th annual CVS Charity Classic, a charitable golf tournament sponsored by CVS Health whose proceeds are donated to New England non-profits every year. March of Dimes is reaching out to FBLA members for this great opportunity. They run hospitality and the standard bearer positions for the event, and the positions are open to all.
Hospitality is or anyone regardless of golf experience, and primarily involves greeting guests, checking passes, providing directions and information, and ensuring that a pleasant and safe environment is maintained throughout the event. Standard bearers are for those who want to get a little closer to the golf action, as they carry the 4' standards (signs) around and update the players score for each hole during a round.
They need volunteers for the event on Sunday, June 24th and Monday, June 25th. Shifts are between 3.5 and 4 hours long, and all hours count towards community service/volunteer hours. The CVS Charity Classic provides the uniform, meals, and two free grounds tickets for the professional golf day.
If you would like to register to be a volunteer (18 and under is free to register), please go the the link below:
If you are new, please click "Register". If you have volunteered at the event in the past, log in with your information.
If you are a youth volunteer, select "March of Dimes Youth Volunteer" on the Organization Selector page, and then choose either Hospitality or Standard Bearer to sign up for the events run by the March of Dimes. Select as many shifts as you want, and set up your account and profile. You should receive confirmation by email of your selected shifts. You should NOT be asked to pay any money.
If you have any questions or issues, please email Isabella Conner at email@example.com.
Good morning FBLA members,
I hope your officers were all able to attend our Leadership Day at the Radisson Hotel last Monday. It was a very exciting and informative experience. Among other aspects, guest speakers talked about their experience working in insurance as an actuary, scholarship opportunities, and the 6 Cs essential for a successful college and career experience.
Johnson and Wales provided a delectable, complimentary brunch including pastries, eggs, potatoes, bacon, and fruit.
On behalf of Rhode Island FBLA, we would like to thank all who attended, including members, advisors, officers, and guest speakers: Thomas Gauthier, Rob Silva, Barbara DiSaia, and keynote speaker Timothy McLaughlin. We also express gratitude towards J&W and the Radisson Hotel for their hospitality.
Additionally, as discussed at the conference, applications for state officer positions are now open for various positions, including president. All chapters are encouraged to apply by filling out our application, located on our Officer Resources page.
Thank you, and good luck!
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