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New Richmond Non-Profit Selected as National Finalist
The Reinvent Me Foundation, a new grassroots non-profit organization that innovates job creation through empowering self-reinvention, is selected as a finalist in a national CreateAThon competition.
CreateAThon announced on July 31 that they selected Richmond-based Reinvent Me Foundation, Inc. as a finalist in the 2012 competition as one of 6 non-profit organizations who will receive a “brand makeover.” The competition will be a social media-based voting contest conducted on Facebook; friends and fans of the finalists will vote on the CreateAThon Facebook page for the non-profit of their choice and collectively select the winners.
"We are excited about this early recognition for the Reinvent Me Foundation,"
About Reinvent Me Foundation, Inc.
The Reinvent Me Foundation, Inc., a grassroots organization dedicated to promoting the reinvention process to displaced workers, veterans, and those entering the job market from college, was formed in 2012 to develop a high-potential, scalable, self-sustaining approach for job creation.
The core of the foundation’s approach is to build each person’s capacity to rethink, retool, and retrain to meet the demands of today’s economic reality.
The primary delivery vehicle is a web-based hub of scalable, rapidly available, integrated content and social media channels to engage individuals and support their career change. Participants embark on a positive reinvention experience that will enable them to make decisions about their future, develop an action plan, and then implement it.
To support the Reinvent Me Foundation’s quest in the national CreateAThon contest, visit the CreateAThon Facebook page at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/