Other Professional Events

May 13, 2015

ATD (Association for Talent Development) Buffalo Niagara Chapter Program

An offline conversation about today's online generation 

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM at the Erie County Emergency Services, 3359 Broadway, Cheektowaga NY 14227

•  BNHRA Member – $15.00 (USD) Discounted rate for BNHRA Members  

Understand them or not, the next generation of our workforce is the future.  This leadership presentation offers insights to help gain a clearer understanding of how to effectively engage the online generation. 

Tiger Schmittendorf is an author, instructor, emergency manager and a frequent presenter on the subjects of leadership, safety, command, recruitment and retention. He serves the County of Erie (Buffalo NY) Department of Emergency Services as Deputy Fire Coordinator. 

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MetLife PlanSmart invites BNHRA members to attend RetireWise, a complimentary retirement education workshop series
approved for eight (8) HRCI recertification credits! Two 4-part sessions are being offered May 14 - June 4 and October 6 - October 27. Click here for registration details.

Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Awards
BNBEA 2015 Awards Luncheon
May 14, 2015
Salvatore's Italian Gardens
6461 Transit Road
Depew, NY 14043
Registration 11:30 a.m. | Program 12:00 p.m.

Honoring Our Finalists:
Small Business Category: Advanced Care Physical Therapy | Eberl Iron Works, Inc. | VoIP Supply
Mid-Sized Business Category: Compu-Mail LLC | Irish Companies | James Desiderio Wholesale Produce
Large Business Category: Calspan Corporation | The Emerling Family of Dealerships | Great Lakes Orthodontics, Ltd.

Registration deadline is May 7, 2015

Contact bnbea@buffalobusinessethics.org for more information

Hiring Our Heroes

a free hiring fair for veterans, transitioning service members and military spouses

presented by the US Chamber of Commerce

June 18, 2015

Connecticut Street Armory

Click here for details

Volunteer Opportunities Available through:

Junior Achievement of WNY
Junior Achievement of WNY is now seeking volunteer teachers for classes throughout the community! If you would like to play an important role in helping WNY students excel financially and in their desired careers, there are many classes that are currently in need of Junior Achievement volunteers. All of the classes listed need volunteers this school year, and your help is always appreciated!
There are classes available in a wide variety of convenient locations, with a ranging selection of age groups.
Please click here to view more information on this great opportunity to give back to your community.