Tenn. Secretary of State
Division of Charitable Solicitations
Any person or group that appeals to the public for support of its charitable cause is a "charitable organization". Persons or organizations that intend to solicit donations must register before asking the public for contributions.
Excluded from the requirement to register are religious institutions and affiliated groups; educational institutions and supporting organizations; volunteer fire departments, rescue squads and local civil defense organizations; and, organizations that receive contributions less than $30,000 annually.
(Excluded groups are required, however, to complete and file an "Exemption Request" form.)
For more information go to http://www.state.tn.us/sos/charity/co-info.htm
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Employers looking for good talent can still sign up for an upcoming career fair hosted by the Career Development Center of Middle Tennessee State University. Reserved for MTSU students and alumni, the Fall Career Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, at MTSUís Murphy Center on the track level.
Click on the graphic above for more information from the MTSU Career Center. The Fall Career Fair is the universityís largest on-campus fair of the year, and more than 120 employers and 1,000 students are expected to attend. Only current MTSU students or alumni may participate. Students and alumni should wear professional business attire while at the Career Fair and bring multiple copies of their resumes for employers, said Dusty Doddridge, assistant director of the Career Development Center. Admission is free for MTSU students and alumni. A variety of businesses, industries and nonprofits will be hiring for internship and entry-level positions, Doddridge said, adding that the fair is an opportunity for students to meet and network with potential employers in their fields. Graduate and professional schools also will be recruiting for their programs. Sixty-five employers are currently registered for the fair, and more than 120 organizations are expected to attend. Employers may register through Lightning JobSource at the Career Centerís website at www.mtsu.edu/career. A list of currently registered employers is updated weekly at the Career Centerís blog, which is linked on the homepage. MTSUís Career Development Center is a comprehensive center that serves all students in each of the universityís eight colleges. Ingram Content Group and EFC Systems sponsor the Fall Career Fair. For more information about the Fall Career Fair at MTSU or the Career Development Center, call 615-898-2500 or visit www.mtsu.edu/career.