Category Archives for FACT 2011
The FACT Conference is coming up on October 11th! Find out more about it this Saturday, October 1st at 5PM when FACT Committee Members Carole Ann Sewell and Mary Katherine Spencer join Terry Smith on WTVA’s FOCUS. “For nearly … Continue reading
Registration forms are back from Barber Printing and they look great! Keep an eye on your mailbox for yours! If you are not on our mailing list, but would like to be drop a line to Jackie Smith YOU DON’T … Continue reading
Join me in CELEBRATING the donation in the amount of $1,000 from the Tupelo Quality of Life Committee!
Committee Members Shelia Nabors and Jackie Smith work on the centerpieces for FACT 2011. Everything seems to be falling into place as we prepare to have a great time on October 11, 2011!
Mississippi Chapter of the National Association for Social Workers has approved FACT 2011 for 6 CE hours. Mississippi LPC Board of National Board for Certified Counselors has approved 5 hours for FACT 2011 Educators attending FACT 2011 can apply for … Continue reading
I’m so excited, I just can’t hide it! We got approval from NASW for 6 CE hours. If you have been waiting to sign up for the FACT Conference due to a concern about CE hours, we are approved! Follow … Continue reading
The FACT Conference 2011 will be promoted on local television stations WTVA, WLOV, WCBI starting this week. Watch for our PSA and be sure to register for your place now! The FACT Committee thanks Jackie Smith for volunteering to speak … Continue reading
FACT 2011 is an excellent place to get your business or nonprofit noticed. Non-Profits can set up an information table that will be seen by many people working in social services and other community-centered fields. The $50 fee covers a … Continue reading
Starting today you can register for the FACT Conference online using the CREATE Foundation’s website. Just look for FACT CONFERENCE on the drop down menu! Donate Online – CREATE Foundation www.createfoundation.com
Irma J. Davis-Gibson, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Work at the Savannah State University where she provides instruction on the Master’s level and teaches across the curriculum. She entered into academia after 21 years of … Continue reading