University of Wisconsin-Parkside
CENTER FOR COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
Nonprofit Development Program
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"I start with the premise that the function of leadership
is to produce more leaders, not more followers."
- Ralph Nader
Food for Thought
August 23, 2012
|In this issue:
SAVE THE DATE!
2012 Nonprofit Leadership Conference - Tuesday, November 13
2:45pm-8:15pm; located at the UW-Parkside Student Center
Registration Information Coming Soon!
Upcoming Nonprofit Leadership Certificate Individual Modules:
- Nonprofit Collaboration - Friday, August 24
- Managing Nonprofit Employees and Volunteers - Friday, September 28
- Seeking Organizations for Fall 2012 Services Management Course with Professor Karen Crooker-Looking for community partners where students can apply and practice what they are learning about managing the demand and flow of customers, while relying on quality employees to create satisfying interactions with customers. This is the first time this course has officially incorporated a community-based project, and we are looking for projects to start in September and comple by mid-December.
If your organization would like to participate in this Fall semester CBL project, please e-mail Debra Karp at firstname.lastname@example.org or call with questions at 595-2367.
Nonprofit Development Program:
Events & Opportunities
At a glance:
- Upcoming August Nonprofit Leadership Certificate Individual Module:
- Nonprofit Collaboration - Friday, August 24, 9:00am-2:00pm; located at UW-Parkside / Tallent Hall (Presented by: Debbi Embry). (Register Online Here) (View Flyer)
- Managing Nonprofit Employees and Volunteers - Friday, September 28, 9:00am-2:00pm; located at UW-Parkside / Tallent Hall (Presented by: Guida Brown). (Register Online Here) (View Flyer)
2012 Nonprofit Leadership Conference
Tuesday, November 13; 2:45pm - 8:15pm
Whether you are new to serving or a seasoned board or staff member of nonprofit organizations, the 2012 Nonprofit Leadership Conference will provide you with tips, tools, strategies, and resources to make your organization more effective. Join together and network with others involved in the regional nonprofit sector.
Keynote: Kate Barr
Fee: $49 early-bird; $59 after October 26
Location: Student Center Ballroom
Registration is not currently open, so remember to check back again.
2:45pm Registration & Expo
3:15pm Breakout Session I
A. Building a Fund Development Plan to Sustain Your Nonprofit
B. Financial and Non-Financial Benchmarking for Nonprofits
C. Program Outcome Measurement 101
D. After the Election: How Advocacy Can Help Sustain our Nonprofit
E. Social Media Clinic
4:30pm Networking & Expo
5:00pm Keynote: Beyond the "New Normal": Nonprofit Sustainability
6:00pm Dinner & Expo
7:00pm Breakout Session II
A. Strategic Financial Planning for Sustainability and Impact
B. Board Development 101
C. Succession Planning
D. Role of the Board in Strategic Planning
E. Social Media Clinic
Kate Barr is Executive Director of Nonprofits Assistance Fund in Minneapolis, whose mission is to build financially healthy nonprofits that foster community vitality. Kate has led the organization's growth as a premier resource for training, strategic financial consulting, and loans for nonprofit organizations. Her responsibilities include strategic and business planning, development, external relations, and public policy. Prior to joining the organization in 2000, Kate had a career as a bank executive with responsibility for strategy, marketing, and business lending. With her unique insight and experience, she is a popular speaker, trainer, and writer on nonprofit management and financial issues. Kate has a Master's degree from Hamline University and is currently an adjunct faculty member at both Hamline and the University of Minnesota. She serves on the boards of directors of Neighborhood Development Center, Partners for the Common Good, and the Cultural Data Project.
Cultivating Community One Seed at a Time"
|The Importance of Service Learning|
This video was produced to document the above project funded by Midwest Campus Compact Citizen Scientist Initiative in 2011. UW-Parkside partnered with Gateway Technical College, UW-Extension and Racine/Kenosha Community Action Agenchy to engage science students in community food production and nutrition education. Over 230 students from UW-Parkside and GTC took community-based learning courses in which they worked on projects that supported community gardens in Racine and Kenosha or assisted nutrition educators in providing low income and other individuals information about healthy nutrition options and food preparation.
UW-Parkside professors and instructors involved in the project included Penny Lyter (HESM), Stef Strauss-Thompkins (HESM), Patti Clearly (GEOS) and Dave Rogers (BIOS). The video was made by AVA productions and its purpose is to inspire both students and faculty in the STEM disciplines to get involved with community based learning.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!
*Professional Development Classes (View)
*YourU Fall 2012 Catalog (View)(Info)
*Online (ed2go) Learning Courses (View)
(highly interactive courses taken entirely on the internet)
*New* UGotClass Online Certificates & Courses (View)
Call 262-595-2240 or email email@example.com
(For more Continuing
Education information, click here)
CHECK IT OUT!
Community Partner: Events & Opportunities
At a glance:
* = New
University of Wisconsin-Parkside Seeks Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
Wisconsin Nonprofits Association:
*Webinar: Using Excel as a Database: Analyzing Data and Creating Reports - Tuesday, September 25 (Create the Future)
*Blog: Strategically Speaking (with Frank Martinelli)
*Funding Opportunities (updated weekly) (GrantStation)
BoardStar Board Development Workshops:
*Workshop: Strategic Planning - Wednesday, September 5
*Workshop: Increasing Income - Tuesday, September 11
*Networking: Social Seminar - Wednesday, September 26
*FREE August Podcast: Organizational Dashboards (Listen here)
Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee's
Summer 2012 "Achieve Excellence" Workshop Catalog / Workshop Calendar
*Workshop: Nonprofit Law 101 - Monday, August 27
*Workshop: Starting a Nonprofit & Beyond: Legal Issues and Documents - Wednesday, September 12
*Workshop: Getting Started with Grant Writing - Tuesday, September 18
*Workshop: Reimaging Service: Converting Good Intentions Into Greater Impact - Thursday, October 11 (Call 414-344-3933 or email now to receive conference updates and for registration information)
University of Wisconsin - Parkside seeks Volunteer and Internship Opportunities-University of Wisconsin - Parkside seeks to provide students with meaningful opportunities to apply their knowledge and develop new skills. Your help and guidance are integral to their learning experience.
Students are seeking volunteer and internship opportunities. We are encouraging all employers to submit their request for volunteers and interns as soon as possible.
Please use the on-line posting site by pasting the following in your Internet browser:
Wisconsin Nonprofits Association Common Ground E-News-The Wisconsin Nonprofits Association harnesses resources to advance nonprofit organizations throughout Wisconsin. They find common ground for common good - among nonprofits, businesses, legislative officials, and advocates. To sign-up for their free, monthly Common Ground E-News, please visit their home page and click on the "Free E-News Subscribe" button in the right-hand column.
BoardStar Board Development Workshops in Milwaukee- Envisioning strong nonprofit organizations governed by diverse, passionate and resourceful leaders, BoardStar enables nonprofit Board Directors to overcome challenges through workshops, clinics, custom training, consultation, podcasts, networking and access to resources. Believing that the path to organizational development is through the Board, BoardStar's galaxy of services is designed to strengthen the common denominator at the very heart of every nonprofit organization: the Board of Directors.
|Community Resources & Opportunities
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At a glance:
1) Non Profit Program Manager - The ARC of Racine County Inc.
Leadership Kenosha is now accepting proposals for 2012-13 Team Projects. The intent of team projects to provide LK participants with an experiential opportunity to learn about community issues and to work together as a team to address an identified need. Please consider submitting a proposal for your organization/business/group.
Check out our website for the RFP and look at the variety of projects from previous years:
The Team Project RFP is attached. The deadline for proposals is September 1st.
Rosann Weber, Program Associate
University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Center for Community Partnerships
The Center for Community Partnerships, Nonprofit Development Program exists to enhance the capacity and effectiveness of nonprofit organizations in Kenosha, Racine, and the surrounding areas by serving as a resource and referral center for its partners and the nonprofit community and through providing management and technical assistance to meet nonprofit needs.
For information on other professional development events for nonprofit organizations or to learn more about the Center for Community Partnerships, please visit our website at:
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