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| NMI - TOPICAL WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS|
How to Start a Nonprofit Organization
This workshop will help participants determine if
forming a new nonprofit corporation is the most viable strategy for meeting their goals. Key terminology and core
issues will be discussed, including important differences between nonprofit and for-profit organizations. All forms
for application for nonprofit status will be provided and reviewed.
for Good: Becoming a High-Impact Nonprofit Leader
times require great leaders. Learn from the pros what you
need to know to see your nonprofit through to better times.
This thought-provoking, hands-on workshop offers tools you
need to enhance your already strong leadership skills. Based
on proven concepts described in Good to Great and Forces for
Good, this must-attend presentation allows you to explore
and practice a variety of techniques, including the Hedgehog
Concept, addressing conflict, and making markets work.
and Refining Your Nonprofit Job Search: Networking, Resumes,
Letters and Interviews
Whether you're looking for a promotion, a new position, or
a career transition from the for-profit to the nonprofit sector,
this hands-on workshop provides you the knowledge, skills,
and resources you'll need to write a truly effective resume
and prepare a dynamic cover letter that focuses on the fit
between your skills and the position you're seeking. You'll
also learn about networking venues in the field and how to
interview effectively and appropriately. This three-hour workshop
uses actual ads from the recent Lodestar
Center Nonprofit News to help you create the "total package"
as you seek and apply for current job openings in the nonprofit
Course Schedule |
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ASU Lodestar Center for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Innovation | College of Public Programs | Mail Code 4120 | 411 N. Central Ave. Suite 500
Arizona State University | University Center | Phoenix, AZ 85004-0691 | 602.496.0500