The Assistance League of Las Vegas (ALLV) is made of up volunteer members who not only run the thrift store but work their philanthropic programs which support the community. Recently, ALLV members appeared on Channel 3 to offer advice for those viewers who may be donating items as part of their Spring cleaning.
The Spring Job Fair was hosted by Clark County Commission Chairman Jim Gibson and Commissioner Tick Segerblom, in partnership with the EmployNV Business Hub.
135 employers were on-site representing a variety of industries and more than 2,800 job seekers attended the event.
Preliminary numbers with about half of the employers reporting, show more than 300 job seekers were hired on-the-spot, with an estimated 1,900 additional job offers expected in the coming weeks pending second interviews, background checks, and other employment requirements.
Las Vegas Rescue Mission clients are already facing a number of challenges. Receiving medical care should not be one of them. Thanks to a partnership between The Neighborhood Clinic and the Las Vegas Rescue Mission, LVRM clients can now receive medical care right on-campus.
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SHEQ Properties is proud to announce its newest office development, Parkway Crossing, located in the heart of Summerlin®, with quick access to Summerlin Parkway and Town Center Drive.
The project will include two Class A professional office buildings, one of which is already fully leased.
Every student in the State of Nevada will soon have access to financial literacy curriculum thanks to the combined efforts of Bank of Nevada and First Independent Bank, Green Our Planet and the Nevada Department of Education. The educational partnership enables Nevada to become the first state in the nation to make comprehensive financial literacy curriculum available to every student in grades K-12.
A $300,000 donation from the Western Alliance Community Foundation – the charitable arm of Bank of Nevada dn First Independent Bank, will fund the majority of an online financial literacy academy that can be access by public, private, charter and home-schooled students anywhere in the state.
MDX Labs is the first to bring a faster and more accurate tuberculosis test to Southern Nevada. Approximately 80,000 people in Southern Nevada have a latent TB infection according to the Southern Nevada Health District. The announcement of the T-Spot.TB test means anyone who believes they may have been exposed to TB can be tested and receive a 95 percent accurate result in about half the time compared with other testing methods.
Those with latent TB infection do not feel sick or have symptoms, however, the SNHD believes up to 10 percent of those with a latent infection will develop into TB disease. TheT-Spot.TB test is covered by most insurance and MDX Labs is working with several community organizations to make sure the test is available to those who lack access to medical coverage.