Association of Community Services of Howard County Partners with HCPSS to Host Student Art Exhibits
November 19th, 2018
The Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) has partnered with the Association of Community Services of Howard County (ACS) to promote the artistic and creative abilities of students through art exhibits. The partnership was formalized with an official partnership signing at the Student Art Exhibit Reception on Tuesday, November 13 at the Association of Community Services of Howard County in Columbia, Maryland.
Under the terms of the agreement, HCPSS will annually loan student art to ACS for display. ACS will provide a professional venue to share student art at the Nonprofit Collaborative of Howard County. The Nonprofit Collaborative houses 16 different organizations serving a broad range of needs for Howard County residents. ACS will also host an after-school student reception for each art exhibition.
HCPSS Fine Arts Coordinator Gino Molfino joined Association of Community Services of Howard County Executive Director Joan Driessen and NonProfit Collaborative Manager Cheri Auger to sign the formal partnership agreement at the November 13 event.
The Association of Community Services of Howard County develops, supports and promotes the Howard County nonprofit community with education and training, advocacy, and community connections.
The Nonprofit Collaborative of Howard County brings services together to enhance lives by housing 16 different organizations serving a broad range of needs.
The Howard County Public School System’s Partnerships Office has united schools with more than 1,000 businesses and community organizations to enhance the educational experience of Howard County students. Partnerships benefit schools, businesses and the entire community by leveraging the resources of all participants. Partners may commit human or financial resources or other support.
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