World Elder Abuse Awareness Day - June 15th
Please join the Appalachian Council of Governments Ombudsman Program in bringing awareness to our community with a free event to celebrate World Elder Abuse Awareness Day!
Gaffney Senior Center
499 W. Rutledge Ave.
Gaffney, SC 29341
Wednesday, June 15th
ARC Accepting Applications for Summer Study Programs
ARC Accepting Applications for Summer Study Programs in Entrepreneurship and STEM for Region’s Middle and High School Students
Technical Assistance and Training for Nonprofits
Focusing on post-pandemic sustainability, ARC will offer another round of nonprofit technical assistance this Fall. Online registration for the Fall 2021 courses beginning September 13 is now open to any nonprofit organization located in the Appalachian region, including graduates from the inaugural courses. The deadline for applications is August 6th, 2021
ARC Seeks Applicants for Second Round of Funding
ARC Awards $9.4 Million to 30 Projects Addressing Substance Abuse Crisis, Seeks Applicants for Second Round of Funding
ARC Now Accepting Applications for 2021-2022 Class of Appalachian Leadership Institute
The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) began accepting applications for the third class of the Appalachian Leadership Institute, a leadership and economic development training opportunity for people who currently live and/or work in Appalachia. The Appalachian Leadership Institute is an extensive nine-month program focusing on skill-building, seminars, best practice reviews, mentoring, and networking. The curriculum is anchored by six multi-day seminars followed by a capstone graduation. Sessions are expected to take place throughout the Region should COVID-19 guidelines allow.
2020 Annual Report
The 2020 Annual Report has been released
DEADLINE EXTENDED: ARC Accepting Applications for Summer Programs
DEADLINE EXTENDED: ARC Accepting Applications for Summer Study Programs in Entrepreneurship and STEM for Region’s Middle and High School Students
ARC Seeks Applicants for Appalachian Teaching Project
ARC is seeking proposals from colleges and universities across the Appalachian Region to participate in the Appalachian Teaching Project (ATP). As part of the ATP, each participating institution offers at least one for-credit course in which students address the question of how to support community economic development to help build a sustainable future in Appalachia.