Last Friday, a group of six MBA interns from Danaher Corporation gave Georgetown Ministry Center four hours of their time and knowledge to assist us with any business/administrative obstacles we were facing. We experienced what was probably the most productive four hours we’ve ever had. On the agenda: a road map to success for our members; tracking and reporting metrics; and strengthening GMC in all aspects.
We couldn’t have asked for a better or smarter group of volunteers. Andrew, Bryce, Danish, Fiete, Jake, and Trip were organized, focused, and worked cohesively together. We started out the morning creating a road map to success for our members that begins with engaging an individual and ends with housing.¹ The group also created a spreadsheet dashboard for us to keep track of just about everything: case management, grant applications, volunteer hours, social media analytics. We learned so much and felt so energized and excited after working with them.
Thank you so much, Andrew, Bryce, Danish, Fiete, Jake, and Trip! We hope you’ll come back to visit soon!
¹ But it doesn’t end there! We also try to keep in touch and provide supportive services to those we are able to get into housing.