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January NRC Newsletter Now Available

The January issue of the Nonprofit Resource Center's E-Newsletter is now available online. 

The newsletter is designed to keep Tulsa nonprofits up-to-date on upcoming workshops, free online training, helpful resources, and all things nonprofit.

Tulsa Traffic Ticket Amnesty

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Drivers with unpaid parking tickets in Tulsa can pay the tickets without paying late fees or court costs during the amnesty period which will begin Jan. 17 and end on Feb. 7, 2014.

Holders of unpaid parking tickets can pay with cash or credit card, either at the cashier's windows at City Hall, 175 E. Second Street, or at Tulsa Municipal Courts, 600 Civic Center, second floor.

The amnesty period is only for parking tickets, not for moving violations or other kinds of tickets.

Infinite Jest . . . Some Very Disjointed Thoughts by Nick Abrahamson

In the pursuit of exploring my own literature derived masochism, I recently tackled David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest, a notoriously ‘difficult’ novel.   Over 900 pages of narrative combined with 300 pages of footnotes later, I have some very brief, truncated thoughts on the text.  These epistles do not represent the whole of the superbly rich experience (an ongoing series into perpetuity could ma

Literacy Resource Office Director Leslie Gelders

Check out this article about Leslie Gelders, the director of the Literacy Resources Office at the state Department of Libraries. We, and the other literacy offices of Oklahoma, could not do our jobs without the support we receive from the state. Thank you, Ms. Gelders!

Job Search from Reference USA

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Reference USA now offers a Jobs module to help job seekers. With it, you can search for jobs by type, company, and location. You can even use the Reference USA mapping tool to limit openings to a specific geographic area.

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