The Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri held Youth Leadership Day with the Junior Class of Polo High School. Thirty-six students participated in leadership activities, including learning about problem-solving, integrity, communication, self-awareness, value and vision.
After lunch guest speaker Dr. Scott Chanault, Associate Professor from UCM in Warrensburg, spoke to the students about leadership.
In the afternoon the Chillicothe Missouri National Guard led activities for the students to all work together as a group.
If your school would like to host a Youth Leadership Day, please call our office at 855-290-8544 ext 1080.
The Sullivan County Senior Center is a recent recipient of our Community Partnership Funds! They plan to use the funds for kitchen repairs.
This morning's REALL Simulation in Brookfield was attended by 65 high school seniors! Thank you so much to the great community volunteers who helped out! To learn more about our REALL Simulations, please visit our website:https://www.capncm.org/reall-simulations.html
Property Sale: Community Action Partnership of North Central Missouri is accepting sealed bids at 1506 Oklahoma Ave, Trenton MO through 5pm Thursday, April 25th for property located at 213 W. 15th St. Trenton MO 64683. House sold as-is, no warranties expressed nor implied. Viewable by appointment, contact 660-359-3907 Ext. 1064. CAPNCM reserves right to accept or reject any or all bids.
CAPNCM is currently seeking a part-time Weatherization Crew Member. Applications and a complete job description may be picked up at our office in Trenton or downloaded from our website; and will be accepted until position is filled. Submit completed applications and resumes to CAPNCM, Attn: Russell Reeter, 1506 Oklahoma Avenue, Trenton, MO 64683. CAPNCM is an EOC.
For details visit here: https://www.capncm.org/employment-opportunities.html
Or call 855-290-8544 ext 1064 or 1078 (leave a voicemail!)
On March 28th, CAPNCM held a VOICE program for the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students of Lathrop Elementary School.
During a VOICE, elementary-aged school children visit six career stations where they learn about different occupations from real-world employees. Each station represents a career area that schools and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education try to implement recognition and exploration of, including the arts, business & technology, agriculture, heath and human services, and industrial careers.
After learning about each career area, children vote on their favorite station and discuss their experiences, and are encouraged to continue the discussion at home.
If your school is interested in holding a VOICE program of your own, please contact Traci by calling 855-290-8544 ext. 1080
CAPNCM participated in Network Advocacy Day on March 26th. Various non-profits and agencies came together in the Missouri Capitol building in Jefferson City to meet with government officials and raise awareness about the current state of poverty in Missouri and across the nation.
CAPNCM is seeking homes to weatherize in the Daviess, Putnam, Linn, and Caldwell County areas.
Download the application from the agency’s website: https://www.capncm.org/weatherization.html and return to CAPNCM, c/o Weatherization, 1506 Oklahoma, Trenton MO 64683 to learn more, call us at 855-290-8544 ext. 1064. Funding is provided by the US Department of Energy and Administered by the Missouri Department of Economic Development/Division of Energy. Additional funding is provided by the Low Income Energy Assistance Program, Ameren UE, Empire, and KCP&L.
There will be a meeting of the Grundy County PHA board at 8am, March 20th, 2019 in the Conference Room of the CAPNCM building, located at 1506 Oklahoma Ave, Trenton, MO 64683. This meeting is open to the public.
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