Welcome back to Week 3 of our 45 Days of Giving! See Days 11 – 15 below! In the fall of 2018, Nossi College of Art is celebrating our 45th anniversary, and we decided to do 45 acts of creative kindness for local classrooms, non-profits, church groups. Nashville and the surrounding communities have been supportive of Nossi College and the impact we wanted to make on this area, so in return, we wanted to feature 45 acts of thankfulness. If you haven’t already, check out our previous blog for Week 2 to get all the action! We are so excited to share the fun we had shopping, donating, creating and celebrating within the wonderful community that has supported us during our 45-year creative journey. Day 11: Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee (DSAMT) In recognition of October being Down Syndrome Awareness Month, we are so happy to highlight the local nonprofit, Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee. In July DSAMT hosted iCan Bike Camp that teaches children with Down Syndrome how to ride a bike in a safe and fun way. We decided to invest as a $500 Photography Sponsor to capture this empowering learning environment, so Nossi student Ben Neely spent the day documenting and here are some of our favorite shots. Want to support Down Syndrome Awareness Month and the DSMAT? Click here to learn more and donate your time, talent or dollars. Day 12: Moves and Grooves Moves and Grooves, or M.A.G., is a non-profit organization…
Cyrus Vatandoost will be speaking to the Madison-Rivergate Chamber of Commerce during their monthly luncheon. Join them for their May Member Luncheon on Thursday, May 18 at 11:45 am at St. Joseph Parish Life Center (1217 Gallatin Pk. S). We’ve got a great agenda for the day! Cyrus Vatandoost, Executive Vice President of Nossi College of Art and Design will be our Guest Speaker. He will be sharing information about Nossi College including the new certificate programs and the ‘creative oasis’ Nossi College has built in the area. Cost is $13.00 (add .50 ¢ for credit cards) Please RSVP HERE to attend.
Graduating Spring 2017 Seniors will be working with over a dozen companies from Middle Tennessee to work on strengthening their interview skills and listening to feedback on portfolios from influential, creative professionals. This direct approach to interviewing is a great way for students to understand basic skills on what to wear, how to present and feel confident and how to write and update resumes and cover letters. Are you a business who wants to get involved This direct approach to interviewing is a great way for students to understand basic skills on what to wear, how to present and feel confident and how to write and update resumes and cover letters. Are you a business who wants to get involved on this process? Reach out to Dax Gomez, Career Services Director at Nossi College of Art, via email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nossi College of Art is proud to sponsor Nashville Content Week, ending with Craft Content on Nossi’s campus. If you are a content marketer, in digital marketing or want to better understand marketing and branding for your business, this is a perfect event to attend. Get $10 off by using code nossi on tickets. Click here for more info on Craft Content.
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