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COR Launches 11th Annual CORrelate Event March 16 at Agape Community Center

Columbia Opportunity Resource (COR) hosts CORrelate on March 16th, 2016 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Agape Conference Center, 1620 Main Street Columbia, South Carolina 29201.

CORrelate is an annual meeting that celebrates the programming, partners, sponsors, and most importantly, members that all make COR’s mission of service, leadership and fun possible. This past year is particularly noteworthy as COR successfully recruited its first full time Executive Director, Abigail Zeiler and is transitioning to a new facility at 1717 Gervais Street. In addition, COR brought together over 420 talented professionals for leadership development workshops, panel discussions and networking events. COR members devoted 2,131 hours of service to the Midlands with an economic impact value of nearly $50,000.

“COR involves and inspires our young people to get involved while teaching our history of our city and also appreciating that we don’t need to dwell on the past, but move forward.” – Tameika Isaac Devine, Attorney at Jabber &Isaac, PA, City of Columbia Councilwoman and Co-founder of COR

Founded in the belief that connectivity among businesses, government and educational institutions, community leaders and citizens leads to a prosperous, competitive and overall engaging place to call home, COR presents CORrelate. The evening highlights the results of impactful programming by releasing our annual report, while providing the opportunity for quality networking, and announcing the member of the year. Get your tickets by visiting: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/correlate-cors-annual-meeting-tickets-21359425617

“On all fronts, 2015 was a remarkable year for COR. Through the efforts of our members, volunteers, and partners, COR has made meaningful progress in fulfilling our vision to create a community that attracts, inspires, and cultivates talent. While mirroring the accomplishments of 2015 would certainly be a success, like the community we serve, we have set high expectations for 2016. Please join us on March 16th for an evening of celebration and learn how you can find your place to make a difference.” – Chris Zimmer, BB&T and 2016 Board Chair

COR is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that connects professionals to the Columbia area to diverse and meaningful networks for leadership, service, and fun. With a strong and growing member base, COR is a movement of talented professionals focused on making demonstrable impact in the community.
For more information about COR, memberships, and sponsorships, contact Abigail Zeiler at abigail@ourcor.org.

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