Welcome to CR3!
Sociology Student, Communicator
Describes radon exposure as a
model to illustrate the responsibility
we have to one another to
address environmental and
November 10, 2023
The NEW 2023-24 Radon School Calendar is ready to order!
ORDER 30 for
Local School Classrooms, Waiting rooms, Bookbag Stuffers, Food Banks, Libraries, Home Visits, Promos
ORDER HERE: https://www.conquestgraphics.com/crrr/national-calendar (min qty 5)
Questions? Contact Jackie (412) 961-1980 firstname.lastname@example.org
CUSTOM ORDERS ARE AVAILABLE.
JOIN OUR TEAM! WE’RE LOOKING FOR A BOARD PRESIDENT!
The Board President acts as a leader and primary contact for CR3 Board members. Through the delegation of duties and functions that fulfill CR3’s mission, the Board President ensures cohesion and synergy among Board Chairs, key stakeholders and team members. The Board President’s role is to schedule effective Board meetings with a purposeful agenda, recruit new Board Chairs when necessary and work closely with the teams to develop and execute annual Strategic Directives. The CR3 Board is a working board and each member commits to participating in the development efforts of established strategic projects.
Please send a CV and letter of interest to email@example.com and indicate where you found the position posting along with your interest. Feel free to contact us with your questions.
Job Description: 2023-JUNE-Board President Job Description.pdf
Your organization has the opportunity to work with youth who aspire to reach their full potential and improve their lives and communities by building radon skills and resources. Through the Premier Youth Ambassadors for Radon Reduction (PYA) program, young people pursue radon education to prepare for future careers, and growth in their communities as radon leaders – building brighter futures for themselves, and their neighborhoods.
Through PYA mentor partners, the program provides opportunities for youth to build the skill sets and mindsets that will lead to lifelong radon and lung cancer learning, livelihood, and leadership.
Young adults ages 15 and up who are interested in the perils of radon gas and its lung cancer affects can participate to obtain additional training and employment opportunities. These young people are in greatest need of our support, and they are our greatest source of untapped potential.
More benefit info: https://joom.ag/l3Rd