October 2018, Vol.12 , No.10
The ACCG Civic Affairs Foundation is currently seeking grant applications from counties for the 2019 Summer Georgia County Internship Program (GCIP). If your county is considering ways to promote the opportunities available in county government, consider applying for a grant. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, December 14, 2018

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ACCG welcomes fall policy and research intern Andrew Smith and returning legal intern Allen Bush During their internship, they will assist the policy, research and legal departments with various projects and be given the opportunity to attend policy meetings, interact with ACCG membership and learn about county government issues.

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This months spotlight is directly on Mercer University School of Law Student Quintesha Williams and her internship with the Macon-Bibb County Attorney’s Office. Learn about Quintesha's favorite moments as an intern and how this opportunity expanded her limited awareness about county government.

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Join Fulton County Commissioner Natalie Hall and other county leaders on Saturday, October 6 as they celebrate the life and work of the late Commissioner Joan Garner at the 2nd Annual Joan P. Garner Walk and Health Fair. This free community event will begin with a health fair that will include vendors, activities and games for children, giveaways, fitness and healthy cooking demonstrations, health screenings, and other activities keeping with this year’s theme, "All People are Healthy."

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Rural America faces many challenges: struggling economies, rising suicide rates and the growing opioid epidemic. Land-grant institutions are uniquely positioned to impact community wellness in rural America at the local level.The University of Georgia invites you to join representatives from across rural America to have a conversation, explore best practices, and learn from industry and academic experts.

Visit https://ruralstress.uga.edu/ to view the full article online.

The solicitation period to apply for financial assistance on publicly-owned water and wastewater projects is now open. To be eligible for funding, a pre-application must be submitted by Monday, December 31, 2018. Learn more about SRFs and the eligibility requirements.

Visit https://gefa.georgia.gov/state-revolving-fund-solicitation to view the full article online.

For the first time, local government finance officers can achieve basic and advanced certification entirely through convenient online courses from the Carl Vinson Institute of Government. Registration just opened for the newest course, Internal Control. The new course also allows state government finance officers in Georgia and CPAs throughout the United States to earn credit.

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The Center for State and Local Finance (CSLF) is offering a Treasury and Investment Management course to provide you with the necessary tools and strategies to balance cash availability while maximizing asset returns. The course takes place Nov. 7-9 at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School.

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