DBIA-UMR/Obermiller Nelson Engineering
1st Annual Topgolf Fundraiser - April 23, 2019
Registration is now closed.
Chip in for a good cause!
DBIA-UMR is excited to announce its 1st Annual Topgolf Fundraiser to be held on Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Join together with other professionals in the design-build industry for an afternoon of networking, food, and fun at Minnesota's newest, one-of-a-kind, climate-controlled golf venue: Topgolf - Brooklyn Center. All proceeds will be donated to Summit Academy OIC of Minneapolis.
Register as an individual or as a team (6 golfers). $110/person registration includes Topgolf tournament, appetizer buffet, and house beer/wine. On-site recognition will be provided for companies who purchase a team of 6.
Take advantage of one of the available corporate event sponsorship opportunites to be recognized as a strong supporter of the design-build industry and be afforded valuable marketing opportunities! Corporate donations to Summit Academy OIC will also be accepted and recognized.
DBIA-UMR/Obermiller Nelson Engineering 1st Annual Topgolf Fundraiser
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
2:30 pm - 6:00 pm
2:30 pm - Arrival & Check -In
3:00 pm - Topgolf tournament play begins
Topgolf Brooklyn Center
6420 N Camden Ave, Brooklyn Center
Registration is Closed:
$110/person (6 per team)*
*Registration includes golf, appetizer buffet, house beer/wine. On-site recognition for companies who purchase a team of 6.
Summit Academy OIC Makes a Difference
Summit Academy OIC exists to assist individuals in developing their ability to earn and become contributing citizens in their community. We fulfill this mission by equipping low-income workers of color with the education, skills and social networks required to overcome barriers to economic opportunity. Our fundamental belief is: the best social service program in the world is a job.
Summit Academy is the only Career and Technical Education (CTE) training and job placement program in North Minneapolis. We offer accredited 20-week programs in the high-demand fields of construction, healthcare, and information technology as well as a contextualized 30-week GED-to-certificate program. The majority of students entering Summit’s program live at or below the Federal Poverty Guideline. Upon completion of their courses, students attain employment with an average starting wage of $16.11 per hour. A recent longitudinal study found that 82% of Summit program participants are still employed three years after completing their training. Training is offered at no-cost to students, with no out of pocket expenses and no loans.