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Mecklenburg County COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

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March 29 Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic
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Monday, March 29 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (Registration is Required)

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If your company is hiring, you know of a resource for business funding, or community & economic development, please send the information via email to barrett@EmpoweredLiving.Church.

Focus: Jobs, Small Businesses, Healthcare, Education, Surviving COVID-19

"Dear Lord, it is impossible to please you without faith. I believe you exists and I earnestly seek you from sunrise to sunset. Out of your abundance reward me with great wisdom, anointing, and power to succeed where others fall victim to doubt. Amen."

Here's Who's Hiring


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Some industries — from shipping to online learning — are hiring to meet coronavirus-related demand. Here are some of the companies hiring right now.

Is your business hiring as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, or are you looking for a new role? Check out #CoronaVirusHiring or #NowHiring — or add those hashtags to your post.

One-on-One with the US Small Business Administration

Charlotte Regional Business Alliance

Small businesses are scrambling to apply for economic relief now that North and South Carolina have qualified for Small Business Administration assistance. The Alliance’s Keva Walton asked SBA District Director Thomas Stith your most pressing questions

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Coffee with the Chamber via Zoom

Tuesday, March 23 at 8:30 AM

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Event: Coffee with the Chamber virtual

Date: 3/23/2021 at 08:30 AM


Join us for Coffee with the Chamber virtual, an hour of informal networking with other Charlotte Area Chamber members and guests. Join us for coffee wherever you are working right now! 

A link to the meeting will be sent after registration.

For more information or to register:

Check out our events calendar to register for other upcoming events. Also, feel free to forward this invite to a friend.

Community Leaders Zoom Meetings - Response to Coronavirus

Mecklenburg Ministries

Faith and Nonprofit Leader Check-in #3 -- THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 11 a.m. -- Our now-weekly check in with nonprofit leaders about their priority needs and how houses of faith can support our most vulnerable neighbors in this challenging time. 

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Meeting ID: 704 523 8279


Technology Town Hall -- -- FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 8 a.m.  -- As we all go virtual, what are the best platforms and best practices? We'll have tech experts addressing issues for houses of faith including -- virtual worship, remote administration, receiving donations and continuing collaboration. We'll have a brief presentation and then plenty of time for questions and answers.

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Meeting ID: 704 523 8279

Mecklenburg Ministries

The Cabarrus Chamber will host a Facebook Live Town Hall Thursday, March 26 at 10 a.m. with Congressman Richard Hudson and other leaders from their community.  

Affordable Healthcare Option - Alpha Health & Wellness, DPC

Fortunately Alpha Health & Wellness, DPC has been offering virtual visits with our patients as a part of our practice. We are grateful that we have been able to smoothly transition to our current norm during this COVID-19 Crisis.

Please feel free to reach out to us at 980-949-6000 with any questions or concerns or to register for one of our affordable healthcare options starting at $69/month and enjoy the “boutique” feel of our Direct Primary Care service.

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19 Simple Ways To Love Your Neighbor

At the heart of Christianity is kinship, a sense of mutual connection and responsibility for one another. But just when our neighbors need it most, the new mandate of social distancing is challenging how we may normally practice kinship in times of crisis.

To help navigate this new landscape, our team has rounded up some easy ways you can support your community and foster relationships, even if you are high-risk or confined at home. 

Here are 19 simple ways to love your neighbor in light of COVID-19.

1. Shop local: Call local businesses and restaurants to ask whether they’re open, and how you can (safely) support them. Order delivery, merchandise, or a gift card online for future use.

2. Give blood: Blood drives across the country have been cancelled, and the American Red Cross is reporting a severe shortage of blood. Contact your local Red Cross and find a location to donate.

3. Support the people that serve you: Go ahead and send an online payment to your hairdresser, babysitter, dance teacher, or anyone who regularly serves you or might suddenly be out of work. A little VenmoPayPal, or Apple Pay donation goes a long way.

4. Tithe your essential supplies: If you were fortunate enough to buy extra toilet paper, wipes, disinfectant, and other essentials, consider donating 10% or more to neighbors in need, or local shelters.

5. Shop for a senior: Offer to help shop for food and pick up medications for seniors and others at-risk. Consider forming a group to help! Here’s how one DC woman is doing it.

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Networking is still important. Here’s how to do it while you’re stuck inside

Written by Andrew Seaman

Your professional network is as important to your job search as your resume or profile. An active network can unlock opportunities and catapult you into a new job. The ongoing pandemic doesn’t change or lessen that importance. Yet, you may find that traditional networking avenues, such as coffee meetings or lunches, are out of reach while we’re all self-isolating due to the ongoing pandemic.

Fortunately, you can build relationships and activate your network without ever having an in-person meeting. In other words, don’t use self-isolation as an excuse not to network.

“Networking is important for a number of reasons,” said Dorie Clark, who is the author of Entrepreneurial YouReinventing You and Stand Out. “The first, of course, is that it’s an important way to find out about job openings. A great many jobs are never posted publicly. If you’re strictly relying on publicly posted ads, you’d be missing out on a high percentage of opportunities.” Read more...

What to do if you get laid off


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Many people are navigating layoffs and furloughs as businesses close their doors or cut services due to the pandemic. While people who are laid off may feel the urge to immediately apply to new positions, Biron Clark suggests in the most recent #GetHired that job seekers take a couple of days to strategize. The founder of Career Sidekick says it’s also important to investigate unemployment benefits, activate your professional network and ask for letters of recommendation. Job seekers may also want to use this time to think about their careers and where they want to be in a few years.

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What does the data say about working from home?

Working from home doesn’t necessarily mean working less hours. In fact, a new report published in Business Facilities Magazine says the U.S. workforce has seen its average day increase by 40 percent.

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