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MichelleMWelk's Avatar
22 Apr 2016 16:23
Steps in the right direction... Starfish Market's recent conversion from plastic bags (they were ahead of the game on that too, using "green" bags) to paper or reusable is huge and deserves major props. According to the recent proposed legislation from Governor Mapp, it may not be too much...
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18 Apr 2016 15:56
Mentoring & Job Shadowing: Makes Sense The 2015 Business Employer Survey had some illuminating insights into trends for hiring. One of the top strategic considerations that came from the results? The development of certificate training and apprenticeship programs in needed fields. A job...

St. John Nonprofit Agency Spotlight

Virgin Islands National Park is comprised of 7,259 acres of terrestrial habitat, which is about 60%,of the island's land mass. The park also includes 5,650 acres of adjacent submerged lands. The park owns the ridge tops to the reefs providing protection and preservation for tropical and migrating birds, fish,...
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) was established in 1990 with a $540,000 endowment. CFVI is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of community leaders interested in the welfare of the Virgin Islands and managed by a professional staff. Today, CFVI manages more than 100 named...
The Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organization of business and professional people dedicated to promoting civic and economic growth and vitality of our community.  Funding is provided by the memberships investment in the Chamber.  A wide variety of interests among it's members help provide the Chamber...
 
CBCC is dedicated to: 1) assisting people in getting involved in planning the future of Coral Bay; 2) providing educational materials, professional opinions, and community input on all sides of issues; and 3) facilitating meetings where issues can be respectfully and rationally discussed. ...
Category: Youth Development
“KATS”, KIDS AND THE SEA St. John, is a non profit marine organization which promotes kids safely having fun on the water, through an educational program taught by volunteers. By doing so it brings together the Virgin Islands’ greatest human resource - its youth - and its...
 
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