University of Wisconsin-Parkside
CENTER FOR COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
Nonprofit Development Program
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January 17, 2013
Nonprofit Development Program:
Events & Opportunities
At a glance:
2013 Nonprofit Leadership Certificate Program
FREE Information Session - Friday, February 1; 9:00am to 10:00am; UW-Parkisde/Tallent Hall (900 Wood Road, Kenosha, WI) Call 262-595-2367 to register!
Earn the Nonprofit Leadership Certificate by completing 8 modules for $1000. or take individual modules at $150 each. (Technical requirements: Internet and Email)
Each module will have assigned online reading that is required to be completed prior to class. Networking time and a light lunch will be provided.
Calling All Community Partners!
Seeking Organizations for Spring 2013 Community Based Learning Projects
WEB DESIGN - STEPHEN HAWK
Seeking Organizations for Spring 2013 Management Information Systems, Information Technology Foundations Course- Professor Hawk is seeking organizations that need assistance in designing and developing their web site. Students can provide the following kinds of services:
· Determine web site requirements
· Design and develop new web pages
· Work with existing web content to revise the design and develop revised web pages
· Assist in selecting a hosting service and upload new content to the web site.
Since this is not a graphics design class, students are limited to creating basic graphics and incorporating images in web pages.
If your organization would like to participate in this spring semester CBL project, or if you have questions, please contact Amanda DesLauriers at 262-595-2652 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT - ABEY KURUVILLA
Seeking Organizations for Spring 2013 Operations Management Principles Course - Students work with community partners looking at organizational process and/or procedures and make suggestions for improvements that will streamline procedures and reduce bottlenecks. Students can work on projects involving process improvement; quality control; inventory management; and scheduling issues.
Previously this class worked with HALO, Inc to help redesign their donation intake space and make it a more efficient space for clients to be able to utilize. This included a hair salon, a "resale shop" for clients, and a secure place to keep sensitive paperwork. Brenda Thomas, Development Assistant at HALO, said "Each issue was addressed and, we strongly feel, successful solutions were presented. During the PowerPoint, both [students] were able to show us our needs, their design...and how their work will impact our room and our efficiency."
If your organization would like to participate in this spring semester CBL project, please e-mail Debra Karp at email@example.com call with questions at 262-595-2367.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!!
YourU Spring 2013 Catalog
(A Community Guide to Everything UW-Parkside)
(General Information) and Professional Development Classes
and *ONLINE* (ed2go) Learning Courses
Check out our *New* UGot Class Online Certificates & Courses
(For more Continuing
Education information, click here)
Call 262-595-2498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Partner: Events & Opportunities
At a glance:
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University of Wisconsin-Parkside Seeks Volunteer and Internship Opportunities
Wisconsin Nonprofits Association:
*Webinar: Leading Capacity-Building in Your Nonprofit (A Three Part Series) - Wednesdays, February 20, 27 and March 6 (Create the Future)
*Webinar: Just-In-Time Board Orientation - Thursday, February 21
*Article: Problem Boards or Board Problem? (NPQ)
*Article: Throwing Good Money after Bad? Questions to Ask Yourself (Philanthropy Journal)
*Article: Big, burning board questions for 2013
*Video/Slides: Create Your 2013 Fundraising Plan: Get Ahead by Planning Ahead
*Funding Opportunities (updated weekly) (GrantStation)
BoardStar Board Development Workshops:
*Workshop: Grant Writing - Tuesday, February 19
*Workshop: A CAPITAL SUCCESS: Planning and implementing a ground-breaking Capital Campaign - Tuesday, February 26
*FREE Podcast: Reviewing Financials (Listen here)
Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee's
*Workshop: Orientation to Starting a Nonprofit - Thursday, January 24
*Workshop: Transform the Agenda: Creating an innovative culture at your nonprofit - Tuesday, January 29
*Networking: Planners & Grant Writers Networking Roundtables Series - Wednesday, January 30
*Training: Become a Certified Volunteer Administrator - Wednesday, January 30
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.
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At a glance:
Become a Better Grant Writer!
Hosted by Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast, the esteemed Grantsmanship Center will be bringing its Grantsmanship Training Program to Milwaukee April 22-26.
The Grantsmanship Training Program workshop is designed for both novice and experienced grant seekers. It is a comprehensive, hands-on workshop that covers writing and reviewing real proposals, as well as researching funding sources. Using The Grantsmanship Center's SM proposal writing format, you will receive information about all of the elements necessary to write a fundable proposal. Writing and reviewing real proposals, you'll learn how to search for appropriate funding sources and are involved in practical exercise with others in developing a proposal that could be submitted to a funding agency or used as a guide in developing a proposal for your agency.
Center for Community Partnerships
University of Wisconsin-Parkside
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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