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Using interns

topic of panel

CEDAR FALLS — The Institute of Management Accountants is offering 2 CPE hours and dinner from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the University of Northern Iowa Rod Library Scholar Room.

Presentations include a panel discussion, “How to Use Interns in Your Business,” by Laura Wilson, director of internships at UNI, Zach Everman, CEO of Pixel Labs, and Melanie Adams of John Deere, as well as “Cyber Security” presented by Jeremy Kauten, CIO at VGM Group.

Cost is $25 and includes dinner. The public is welcome to attend, contact Deb Jungling for reservations at 232-6671 or

Wells Fargo

gives to schools

DES MOINES — Wells Fargo & Co. announced the company donated $4.5 million to Iowa nonprofits, schools and community organizations in 2017 through corporate and foundation giving.

When combined with the $5.1 million donated by the company’s 16,000 Iowa team members, nonprofits in the state received a total of $9.6 million from Wells Fargo and its team members in 2017.

In addition, Iowa team members also volunteered 210,000 hours with nonprofits, schools and community organizations in 2017.

Wartburg gets

catalog grant

WAVERLY — Wartburg College was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant in the organization’s recent round of funding.

The two-phase grant, valued at $165,276, will allow the college to create an online catalog of the more than 28,000 audiovisual items in the Archives of Iowa Broadcasting, which is owned by and housed at the college. During the second phase of the project, the college will digitize more than 2,200 news broadcasts from KWWL-TV and add them to the catalog for online media access. The grant will run from May 2018 to April 2020.

This is the second NEH grant the college has received in the last six months. In December, the college received a $6,000 grant to purchase equipment and supplies to stabilize select film materials prior to cataloging.

Vendors sought for market day

WATERLOO – Waterloo Tractor Supply store is inviting vendors to showcase their homemade and homegrown goods at its spring Market Day event May 12.

Vendors with expertise in everything from homemade crafts, candles and soaps to honey, eggs, produce, baked goods, gardening, furniture and more are encouraged to sign up. To register, go to or the Waterloo store. Nonprofit organizations and food trucks are encouraged to register. Vendor registration closes May 9.


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