Jan
20
Thu
Career Fair
Jan 20 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Hora Social @ Herring Bank
Jan 20 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Hora Social
Thursday, January 20th

Hosted by Herring Bank!

Please mark your calendar for the very first Hora Social of the year!
It will be hosted by our member Herring Bank on Thursday, January 20th.
Come network and enjoy food and drinks!  

Jan
21
Fri
RSVP for the Event Orientation of the Day Construction Worker
Jan 21 all-day

Attached is the invitation letter in PDF with additional information on the Event Orientation.

Link to RSVP for the Event Orientation of the Day Construction Worker on January 21st

http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=ymfrebdab&oeidk=a07eizlnhvi0da72005

If you have any questions, reach out to Maria Rodriguez at maria@regionalhca.org or the RHCA office at 972-786-0909.

Hispanic Contractors Association

Maria Rodriguez
Statewide Construction Programs Manager
Regional Hispanic Contractors Association
Dallas | 2210 W. Illinois Ave., Dallas, TX 75224
Fort Worth | 1150 S. Freeway, Suite 109, Fort Worth, TX 76104
West Dallas | 3918 N. Hampton Road Dallas, TX 75212
maria@regionalhca.org | P:972-786-0909 | C: 214-971-9067

Visit our Website for more information: www.regionalhca.org

Jan
27
Thu
Cafe Con Nosotros @ Amarillo College - Oak Room (2nd Floor), College Union Building
Jan 27 @ 8:45 am – 10:00 am

Cafe Con Nosotros
Thursday, January 27th

Amarillo College
Oak Room (2nd Floor), College Union Building
Thursday, January 27th
8:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

This is a special opportunity for students to connect with business owners and college leaders to hear how their education connects to their future career aspirations.
Mark your calendar for our first Café con Nosotros event of the year on Thursday, January 27th from 8:45 a.m. to 10 a.m. hosted by Amarillo College! Event starts promptly at 9 am and will be held at Amarillo College in the Oak Room (2nd floor), College Union Building.
 
We will have special panelists:
Paola Albarran:
News Anchor/Executive Producer & Mgr., KEYU Telemundo Amarillo & Jorge’s Mexican Bar & Grill Owner

Ana Ramirez:
Sr. Business Consultant
Small Business Development Centers, WTAMU

Liz Rascon Alaniz:
Executive Director
Wesley Community Center

A special video greeting with AC President Russell Lowery-Hart.

Moderators will be Brent McClure, NewsChannel 10 Media/Telemundo Amarillo and Jennifer Anguiano, AHCC Executive Director.

Please join us for this special Café con Nosotros and enjoy complimentary coffee, pan dulce and a chance to win some amazing door prizes!

 
Feb
5
Sat
Amarillo Wranglers Charity Night
Feb 5 @ 7:00 pm
Feb
15
Tue
The Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center presents the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort A) @ The Amarillo Area Foundation Conference Center
Feb 15 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

The Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center

presents the

“Nonprofit Leadership Academy
(Cohort A)”

A series of eight classes designed to prepare YOU for nonprofit or civic board service!
 
Join us the third Tuesday of the month, February through September 2022, and gain the knowledge you need to be a productive and effective nonprofit Board Member. Meetings will take place in our conference center at 801 S. Fillmore, Seventh Floor, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm and will include lunch. (Note: The March meeting will be held on the second Tuesday of the month (3/8/22) to avoid a conflict with spring break.)

The course will cover

  • An Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
  • Board Roles and Responsibilities
  • Best Practices of Board Governance
  • The Art and Science of Fundraising
  • Providing Financial Oversight                 
  • Must-Have Documents and Policies
  • Nonprofit vs. Civic Leadership

The lead instructor for the series is Roxann Ball, Program Officer of the Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center. Roxann has over 25 years of nonprofit management, accounting, and fundraising experience and has been an employee of the foundation for the last fifteen years. Roxann has served on numerous nonprofit boards and committees and is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree.

At the conclusion of the training, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and enjoy a Graduation Celebration with the opportunity to connect with nonprofit leaders who are committed to diversifying their boards.

The registration fee for all eight sessions is $125.00 per person and includes all materials and lunches. A limited number of partial scholarships are available.
 
Eligibility Requirements
The goal of the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort A) is to reach out to under-represented sections of our community and prepare individuals to serve on nonprofit or civic boards.  We are specifically seeking young community members, community members of color, and those who do not have board experience. If you feel you do not meet the above eligibility requirements but are still interested in the leadership training, please consider enrollment in the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort B) which will start in April 2022. Only people who are a member of our target demographic should register for Cohort A.
 
Questions?  Contact Roxann Ball by phone (806.376.4521) or e-mail (Roxann@aaf-hf.org)

Feb
24
Thu
Café con Nosotros
Feb 24 all-day
Mar
15
Tue
The Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center presents the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort A) @ The Amarillo Area Foundation Conference Center
Mar 15 @ 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm

The Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center

presents the

“Nonprofit Leadership Academy
(Cohort A)”

A series of eight classes designed to prepare YOU for nonprofit or civic board service!
 
Join us the third Tuesday of the month, February through September 2022, and gain the knowledge you need to be a productive and effective nonprofit Board Member. Meetings will take place in our conference center at 801 S. Fillmore, Seventh Floor, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm and will include lunch. (Note: The March meeting will be held on the second Tuesday of the month (3/8/22) to avoid a conflict with spring break.)

The course will cover

  • An Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
  • Board Roles and Responsibilities
  • Best Practices of Board Governance
  • The Art and Science of Fundraising
  • Providing Financial Oversight                 
  • Must-Have Documents and Policies
  • Nonprofit vs. Civic Leadership

The lead instructor for the series is Roxann Ball, Program Officer of the Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center. Roxann has over 25 years of nonprofit management, accounting, and fundraising experience and has been an employee of the foundation for the last fifteen years. Roxann has served on numerous nonprofit boards and committees and is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree.

At the conclusion of the training, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and enjoy a Graduation Celebration with the opportunity to connect with nonprofit leaders who are committed to diversifying their boards.

The registration fee for all eight sessions is $125.00 per person and includes all materials and lunches. A limited number of partial scholarships are available.
 
Eligibility Requirements
The goal of the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort A) is to reach out to under-represented sections of our community and prepare individuals to serve on nonprofit or civic boards.  We are specifically seeking young community members, community members of color, and those who do not have board experience. If you feel you do not meet the above eligibility requirements but are still interested in the leadership training, please consider enrollment in the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort B) which will start in April 2022. Only people who are a member of our target demographic should register for Cohort A.
 
Questions?  Contact Roxann Ball by phone (806.376.4521) or e-mail (Roxann@aaf-hf.org)

Apr
19
Tue
The Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center presents the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort A) @ The Amarillo Area Foundation Conference Center
Apr 19 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

The Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center

presents the

“Nonprofit Leadership Academy
(Cohort A)”

A series of eight classes designed to prepare YOU for nonprofit or civic board service!
 
Join us the third Tuesday of the month, February through September 2022, and gain the knowledge you need to be a productive and effective nonprofit Board Member. Meetings will take place in our conference center at 801 S. Fillmore, Seventh Floor, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm and will include lunch. (Note: The March meeting will be held on the second Tuesday of the month (3/8/22) to avoid a conflict with spring break.)

The course will cover

  • An Introduction to the Nonprofit Sector
  • Board Roles and Responsibilities
  • Best Practices of Board Governance
  • The Art and Science of Fundraising
  • Providing Financial Oversight                 
  • Must-Have Documents and Policies
  • Nonprofit vs. Civic Leadership

The lead instructor for the series is Roxann Ball, Program Officer of the Amarillo Area Foundation Nonprofit Service Center. Roxann has over 25 years of nonprofit management, accounting, and fundraising experience and has been an employee of the foundation for the last fifteen years. Roxann has served on numerous nonprofit boards and committees and is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science degree.

At the conclusion of the training, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion and enjoy a Graduation Celebration with the opportunity to connect with nonprofit leaders who are committed to diversifying their boards.

The registration fee for all eight sessions is $125.00 per person and includes all materials and lunches. A limited number of partial scholarships are available.
 
Eligibility Requirements
The goal of the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort A) is to reach out to under-represented sections of our community and prepare individuals to serve on nonprofit or civic boards.  We are specifically seeking young community members, community members of color, and those who do not have board experience. If you feel you do not meet the above eligibility requirements but are still interested in the leadership training, please consider enrollment in the Nonprofit Leadership Academy (Cohort B) which will start in April 2022. Only people who are a member of our target demographic should register for Cohort A.
 
Questions?  Contact Roxann Ball by phone (806.376.4521) or e-mail (Roxann@aaf-hf.org)

Apr
30
Sat
Day of the Construction Worker
Apr 30 all-day

Day of the Construction Worker

The Regional Hispanic Contractors Association (RHCA) is excited to invite leading associations, and construction safety thought leaders to participate in the first-ever ​Texas Statewide Day of the Construction Worker ​on Friday, April 30, 2022.

  • Leading partners will host a 2-hour fall protection training class and celebratory activity
  • The RHCA will provide each organization a grant to help with event expenses for up to $ 2,000.00
  • Along with the grant, the RHCA will directly pay the fees for the approved OSHA instructor
  • Learn more by attending the Event orientation on Friday, January 21, 2022, from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST via Zoom

Attached is the invitation letter in PDF with additional information on the Event Orientation.

Link to RSVP for the Event Orientation of the Day Construction Worker on January 21st

http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=ymfrebdab&oeidk=a07eizlnhvi0da72005

If you have any questions, reach out to Maria Rodriguez at maria@regionalhca.org or the RHCA office at 972-786-0909.

Hispanic Contractors Association

Maria Rodriguez
Statewide Construction Programs Manager
Regional Hispanic Contractors Association
Dallas | 2210 W. Illinois Ave., Dallas, TX 75224
Fort Worth | 1150 S. Freeway, Suite 109, Fort Worth, TX 76104
West Dallas | 3918 N. Hampton Road Dallas, TX 75212
maria@regionalhca.org | P:972-786-0909 | C: 214-971-9067

Visit our Website for more information: www.regionalhca.org