NC 100 Champions Database! No talent is too small, and no vision is too big...
Where do your skills and passions meet the needs of our movement?

Please share with us your thoughts about how we can best leverage our growing database of people who want to support equity and opportunity in Rockingham County or rural areas in general.

Thank you so much for supporting the work of NC 100 (www.nc-100.org)

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We will not share contact info with other parties but would like to reach out if we have additional questions. What permissions do we have with your responses? *
What is your name? *
What telephone number is the best number to reach you between the hours of 10 am and 7 pm on Monday-Friday? Please answer NA if you don't want to share a number. *
Please share your gender *
What is the best telephone number to reach you (please share what time of day is best to call, we will not share this information with anyone outside of NC 100 staff) *
Where did you go to high school? (please name school and town/city) *
Are you in the workforce? Are you retired? Do you own a business? Please explain. *
What talents or skills would you be willing to share with young people, community members, or other professionals interested in supporting community harmony and education? *
Would you be interested in being a guest speaker or presenter at a Rockingham County School?
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In partnership with other non-profits, churches, community groups, banks, and credit unions we seek opportunities to increase financial literacy, create wealth, and foster experiential learning. We also love working with young folks and their families, helping them ask the right questions when financing items, learning a bit of insider information about credit and how to think about financing post-secondary education. Are you interested volunteering your time or connections to help make this happen? *
Assuming you are interested in volunteering, what barrier would you say is the best answer to what typically keeps you from doing it? *
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Thanks so much! Anything we missed? Want to share information or give additional feedback? Please do... *
Reidsville Rams Class of 1973 grad Bobby Jones spending time with Reidsville High Students on how to negotiate deals in good faith!
Ryan Major, Reidsville born self-made millionaire spending time with our partners at the Reidsville Housing Authority for a Summer Seminar series...
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