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Building Partner Resources
We've put together a list of website resources and articles for CEC building partner organizations to access during this time. This list will evolve as more information and resources become available. To make a recommendation please contact Heike Langdon at email@example.com.
Last Updated: Thursday, April 2, 2020
Small Businesses and Organizations
- U.S. Small Business Administration Website: Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources
- National Council of Nonprofits Website: Nonprofits and Coronavirus, COVID-19
- Independent Sector Website: CARES Act, How to Apply for Nonprofit Relief Funds
- ATLASSIAN Website Article: The best virtual team building activities, according to real remote workers
Governmental and Education
- Iowa Department of Education Website: Resources now available to support student learning at home
- Nebraska Department of Education Website: Public Health Resources for Districts, Schools, Students, and Families
- 4 Ways to Keep Your Children Engaged While You Work from Home
- Douglas County NE COVID-19 Dashboard Website
- ACES Connection Website: A Little Emotional Support During This Time of Stress
- Travel + Leisure Website: Stuck at Home? These 12 Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours You Can Take on Your Couch (Video)
New Building Partner Organizations and Employees
New building partner organizations who have been selected by the CEC Building Advisory Committee and any new employees of current building partners housed in the CEC should complete an onboarding process through two major steps.
To start this process please contact Heike Langdon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Submit a new personnel form
- Schedule your orientation and welcome tour
If you have completed your form and have not received an email please let us know.
Building Engagement Opportunities
Building partner organizations, who are housed within the CEC, have opportunities to strengthen their organization by engaging with each other and the campus.
If you have a different organizational need or wish to partner with the CEC in providing programming for building partners please contact Heike Langdon.
Important Email Communications
All building partner organizations are signed up to receive important updates and information via email communications. These email communications include:
This email goes out on Thursday or Friday of every week to a broad audience of building partner organizations, and individuals on campus.
The purpose of this email is to provide:
- Last minute facility or campus notices
- Engagement opportunities in building and on campus
- Introduce new building partner organizations
- Staff changes
- Share information about building partner organizations
For Community Consideration (FCC)
This email goes out the third Wednesday of every month, promoting special and public events in the CEC that take place in the following month.
If you have a public event that is scheduled to take place in the CEC and wish to share this event with community members through FCC please contact Robyn Loos at email@example.com.
Email notices are sent as needed with varied information. Typically this information is important but may also include things like reminders about important engagement opportunities. The CEC is required to communicate this information to building partners and their employees using the emails provided by each individual. It is important that we have the correct and most updated email for anyone working in the CEC.
Committees and Meetings
With transparency and democratic ideals at the heart of our core values, building partner committees help us create the structures and tools for an exciting, cooperative, productive place in which we share ideas, goals, opportunities and better our community.
|Social Committee||Coordinates and promotes social gatherings and outings.
|Internal Building Advisory Committee||
Gives building partner organizations the opportunity to provide feedback and talk about important building-related topics. Meetings are held quarterly.
|All Hands Meetings||
All Hands meetings are held three to four times annually and cover important information for people and organizations housed within the building.
This meeting was specifically developed to:
The All Hands meetings also offer an intentional space for our building partner organizations to ask questions or provide suggestions.
Dates for the All Hands meetings can be found above, and are sent out in The Weekly.