Cleveland hosts timely ‘entrepreneur’ session

Hats off to the Cleveland chapter for a very timely program, in the wake of cuts at the Cleveland Plain Dealer. From the Constant Contact email:

From Newsroom to Entrepreneurship

“Perhaps you’re a journalist who has just lost a job, and you decide it’s time to strike out on your own. Where can you get start-up money? That’s the focus of Cleveland SPJ chapter’s Sept. 21  program “From Newsroom to Entrepreneurship.” It will focus on the nuances of applying for grants to launch non-profit ventures. It will be conducted by Fran McCaffrey, grants developer for Lorain County Community College, and will focus on writing grant proposals for Cleveland’s major philanthropic foundations. The event is free, but registration is requested.”

For more info or registration link, visit http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=axrfcudab&v=001-9B9G95DKuoCQ6zR8R0EHWMubzk0PqzWxWe6WiPr8_7DwW36nT_X5VWmDtrlOCA4Yso3Hrd0ukcYWhGXbIV3pks0CA0NMIypzdnKRL5PHdQ%3D


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