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EVENTS AND NEWS

 

2019 NEWS

 
Click the link below to view the
Vol. 4:2 Apr-May 2019 of The Front Porch online. 
 
 
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Thank you all for your input. The next edition will be out June 1st. Please submit all articles and events by May 20th, 2019.
 
Any questions, please call Robin at 703.586.7245,
 
Robin J Kruczek MHAD
The Front Porch Newsletter
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involvement, creativity and social action.
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THE GROUNDWORK PROJECT

 

What is it?

The Groundwork project is a leadership development and career readiness program. The Program runs for eight weeks, taking place one day per week for six hours. Weekly session topics are Team Building; Initiative & Self Starting; Communication; Collaboration; Relationships; Conflict Resolution & Problem Solving; Resiliency; CPR,First Aid, and Personal Safety Training. The Groundwork Project is a joint venture between Verdun Adventure Bound and Rappahannock Goodwill Industries.

As The Groundwork Project, we seek to strengthen eack individual's mind and body, providing practical skill building that leads to sustainable employment; therefore,strenthening our community as a whole.

Who is Eligible?

The Groundwork Project is open to any person age 16 to 24, who has a life circumstance present making is difficult to find employment. Eack participant in The Groundwork Project will need to be able to work independently and is able to complete all activities of daily living skills. 

How do I Apply?

To apply for The Groundwork Project, you must be recommended by an adult, other than a family member.

Questions About Applying?

Contact Sara Drebes: Sara.Drebes@FredGoodwill.org

Phone: 540.604.6241 

In 2018 The groundwork Project was made possible by generous funding from the Ohrstrom Foundation and the PATH Foundation. 


VAB's Challenge Course Manager Sean McElhinney visiting Healthy Culpepers after school arts program!