Sep 2015

SOLD OUT! Brightest Minds: Dr. Karl Alexander on the "long shadow" of childhood poverty

9:30am to 11:30am
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In a 25-year study, Johns Hopkins sociologist Karl Alexander tracked the lives of 790 Baltimore public school children. The findings of the study highlight the life-long consequences of being born into poverty. Dr. Alexander’s work has profound implications for those working to create and improve opportunities for low-income individuals and families.
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Dec 2015

NoVA Local Engagement Group: Lessons Learned From Grantmaking Mistakes

10:00am to 12:00pm
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Offices of Scheidel Foundation, 800 W. Broad Street, Suite 408
What can we learn from grantmaking mistakes? How have these experiences made us more effective grantmakers? Participate in a candid, open-ended discussion with your peers and share your stories and lessons learned from your grantmaking experiences.
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