The SCIG network space is for service providers from the Southern Gold Coast and Tweed regions. It compliments the monthly interagency meetings for this region.
Welcome to the SCIG Network Space. This online space will host information such as past minutes and agendas assocciated with the actual group meetings. Members can access these documents as well as utilise the social media tools to work together in the online environment.
The aim of the meetings are to unite services/individuals who assist vulnerable community members on the southern end of the Gold Coast.
- SCIM is an open forum for service providers to network, hold service presentations and discuss hot topics, new initiatives, regional developments and air any issues/concerns. For further information about SCIM, or if you wish to hold a service presentation contact the Coordinator of The Palm Beach Neighbourhood Centre on 5598 1505.
- SCIM is open to ALL services government and non-government on the southern end of the coast, including cross border services in areas such as Tweed.
- SCIM is generally held on the third Friday of each month in the upstairs meeting room at Elanora Library.
SCIG PAST PROJECTS
In 2010 a working party from the Southern Coast Interagency Group, (SCIG), in conjunction with the Gold Coast City Council hosted the very first ‘Family and Community Expo South' (F.A.C.E.S.). F.A.C.E.S. provided an opportunity for both government and non government organisations to showcase their services and generate awareness within the southern coast community. The event was held at Tugun Village Community Centre and was praised as a fun filled family friendly day with lots of children's activities and live entertainment. Due to its success, SCIG plan to run the event again each year.
If you would like to do a presentation at SCIM
If you would like to present please remember, that you have up to ten minutes only, because we fit so much into these meetings.
Also bring-a-plate of something yummy. Our attendees do love their food. All presenters bring a plate.
Plus bring either brochures or business cards for those who want to take them.
If you allow seven or eight minutes to present then that allows time for a couple of questions afterwards.
Keep it current and relevant-i.e. how your service directly assists people on the Southern end of the Gold Coast and only then if you have time cover more generic information such as history of your organisation.
So if you would like to present contact Samantha on email@example.com