Due to the COVID-19 limitations, the spring Rev Ups will now be a free, two-part webinar series airing on April 22 and 29, 11 a.m.-noon. Check out details and registration below. A Virginia Main Street Webinar Series Upper Story Housing Development Part 1: Understand the Field – April 22 Part 2: Explore the Opportunities – … More Spring Rev Ups now a two-part webinar series
Healthy organizations start with board members who understand their role and how best to bring their skills to the board table. On November 14, from noon-1 PM, please join us and Cindy Colson of the Center for Nonprofit Excellence for Nonprofit Board Fundamentals: What’s Your Job?, a webinar designed to give board members a jump … More Webinar – Nonprofit Board Fundamentals: What’s Your Job?
Here are some upcoming Virginia Main Street training opportunities you won’t want to miss! Virginia Main Street WebinarHistoric Preservation: A Springboard for Economic DevelopmentOctober 3, 2019Noon – 1 PM Presented by Kathy O. Frazier, AIA, Frazier Associates Historic preservation IS the foundation of Main Street programs in over 2,000 communities creating new jobs and businesses … More Not To Miss! Upcoming Main Street Training Opportunities
Do your residents and stakeholders feel engaged in their community? Do they feel heard and included? And how does their engagement translate into stronger organizations and programming? On Oct. 1, from noon-1 p.m., Virginia Main Street is offering a free webinar focused on a researched and field tested civic engagement method to build, stronger, healthier, … More Webinar – Heart and Soul Field Guide: Fostering a Participatory Community
Virginia Main Street (VMS) is hosting a series of three webinars throughout June covering topics related to downtown buildings and tools for revitalization. All webinars are FREE, however, registration for each one is required. Virginia Rehabilitation Code June 6, 2018, Noon-1 p.m. Speaker: Jeff Brown, MCP, Director of State Building Codes, DHCD The Rehabilitation Code … More Webinar Series – Downtown Buildings: Tools for Revitalization