KSLA Student Training was held last month. Every January, there is a leadership day where 30 students are able to learn from several professional resources. This year it was held at Hill-Rom. Amy Streator, RCCF executive director, spoke to students on how to present your organization, yourself and your ideas to help students as they begin entering the workforce. She also talked about scholarship opportunities and emphasized the importance of passion and hard work to attain success.
- Ripley County Community Foundation Recognizes Outgoing Board Members and Welcomes New Board Members
- Ripley County Community Foundation Announces the 2021 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship Recipient for Ripley County
- Lead Forward Community Grant Awarded to the Ripley County Community Foundation
- Congratulations to Our 2020 Large Grant Recipients
- $200,000 GIFT VII COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP GRANT AWARDED TO FRANKLIN AND RIPLEY COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONS