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Steamboat briefs for Oct. 2

CMC class distributes wage and benefit survey

A human resource management class at Colorado Mountain College is conducting a comprehensive wage and benefit survey for local employers.

“We all know that employers in the Yampa Valley are challenged to attract and retain quality employees in our extremely tight labor market,” said Darcy Trask, human resources instructor. “What we don’t always know is how to continue to meet this challenge with energy, excitement and improved success.”

Businesses and organizations are encouraged to participate in the survey. Invitations to participate will be sent out this week to members of the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association. Nonmembers can call Trask at 846-1663 to request an invitation.

The goal of the survey is to produce a timely and comprehensive report of salary and benefit data for local employers to use to help meet the challenge of finding and keeping quality employees. Similar surveys typically cost employers $50 to $200 for the opportunity to participate in and receive the results of the survey.

The CMC survey will be free to employers, but the summary data will be available only to those who participate.

Medical center looking for volunteers

Yampa Valley Medical Center is seeking volunteers for its Community Health Resource Center. The free lending library is available to physicians, hospital employees and community members and provides resources on a variety of medical topics. Call volunteer coordinator Mindy Fontaine at 870-1146 for more information.

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Free nonprofit workshop available Oct. 18

The Yampa Valley Community Foundation and the Nonprofit Excellence Project invite executive directors of nonprofit organizations and their staffs to a free workshop called “Creating Ambassadors for Your Mission” from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Depot Art Center. Jeff Pryor, executive director of the Anschutz Family Foundation, will be the featured speaker. From 4:15 to 5 p.m., Pryor will give an overview of the Anschutz Family Foundation, which is based in Denver and committed to developing and funding rural nonprofits. To learn more about the foundation, visit http://www.anschutzfamilyfoundation.org. RSVP by Oct. 16 to 879-8632 or info@yvcf.org.

Annual Baptist General Convention Oct. 15

The 52nd annual Colorado Baptist General Convention meeting is Oct. 15 in Steamboat Springs. A luncheon is at 11 a.m. at The Cabin restaurant at the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel. This is a time for women to come together for spiritual renewal and experience refreshment for everyday life. Guest speaker Casey Ewen will share an inspirational message. To learn more about Casey and her “Journey of Faith,” visit http://www.caseyewen.com.

The cost is $15. Door prizes and special gifts for attendees will be presented. Registration can be made by Oct. 12 at http://www.saturatecolorado.com/refresher. Free childcare (birth to 5 years) is available by reservation only. For more information, call Anchor Way Baptist Church at 879-7062.