Posts From January, 2019

Stormwater Inspector Training 

Wednesday, January 9, 2019 9:57:00 AM Categories: Stormwater

Upcoming SCACED CDI training Connecting with Latino Communities 

Tuesday, January 8, 2019 10:07:00 AM

Expanding the Reach: Connecting with Latino Communities

South Carolina Association for Community Economic Development invites county staff and officials to participate in their training program, Expanding the Reach: Connecting with Latino Communities.

Latinos represent one of the many diverse communities in South Carolina. Even though they bring a wealth of knowledge and culture, they continuously miss opportunities to participate in economic development opportunities. According to PEW Research Center, 5 percent of South Carolina’s population is Latino, with a median annual income of $20,000; 41 percent of Latinos under the age of 17 live in poverty. Attend this training to learn how community-based organizations can better meet the needs of Latino families in a linguistically and culturally appropriate way. PASOs, a statewide organization, helps the Latino community and service providers work together for strong and healthy families.

Mike Young, Director of Capacity Building, PASOs

In celebration of SCACED's 25th anniversary, SCACED is offering a discount for each additional ticket purchased (staff and board members are encouraged to attend):

  • SCACED Members: $75 ($25 each additional SCACED Member)
  • Non-SCACED Members: $150 ($50 each additional Non-SCACED Member)

Register Now


SC RIA Grant Application Webinar Scheduled 

January 29, 2019 - 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday, January 2, 2019 10:59:00 AM Categories: Grants

The RIA will be hosting a one-hour webinar to assist potential applicants in applying for the Basic and Economic Infrastructure grant programs.

Topics: Eligible applicants, grant amounts, match requirements, eligible activities, application due date and other program information

Who: Representatives of local governments, special purpose districts, public service districts, public works commissions, engineers and other interested persons are invited to participate.

Register: Call (803) 737-0390 or email and provide the names of all registrants as well as their organizations and email addresses.