These resources are not exhaustive but meant to help promote and provide access to regional trainings, workshops and professional development opportunities. It will be updated periodically and as needed. If you have any questions or another opportunity to be listed please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Upcoming Trainings, Workshops & Professional Development:
NYCON- New York Council of Nonprofits
*NYCON trainings require a fee for non-members. Annual dues are available based on operating budget size.
- March 23 from 4-6pm (virtual) – Board Leadership: Fiduciary Oversight
NYCON in partnership with Mohawk Valley Community College offers core trainings, balanced with region-specific “fireside chat” sessions facilitated by CLE with community leaders. Curriculum is designed to provide knowledge of the nonprofit model and governance responsibilities associated with board service. 6 module- 2 hour sessions (virtual); $40 per person per session.
- Module 3: Fiduciary Oversight
- Module 4: Resource Development
- Module 5: Board Building and Placement
- Module 6: Capstone Conversation- The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
The Nonprofit Partnership (Erie, PA)
*NPP trainings require a fee for non-members. Membership are available for organizations tiered by budget size.
- March 31 from 10-11am (virtual) – Passion to Mission: Understanding the Function and Growth of Nonprofit Boards
- March 23 from 11 am-2pm (virtual) – Collecting and Communicating Data in Creative Ways from the Nonprofit Learning Lab
- March 24 from 2-3:30pm (virtual) – Succession Planning Strategies that Work from Candid
- April 20 from 9am-12pm (virtual) – Program Management: 3 Core Strategies to Reach Your Goals from the Nonprofit Learning Lab
- April 28 from 2-3:30pm (virtual) – Adopt a Digital Mobilization Model to Raise More Money and Drive More Public Engagement from Candid
*Partial Scholarships may be available for representative(s) from your organization to attend one of these trainings, workshops or professional development opportunities. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to inquire.
Meets regularly, open to the public. The group was formed to help network and advocate for young professionals in the Northern Chautauqua community, promoting awareness of local opportunities and entrepreneurship endeavors. Join the NYCP Mailing List to find out more about upcoming events and activities.
12-month cohort, sessions, events and activities open to alumni. A year-long program focused on nurturing regional leaders through high quality training and educational experience opportunities.
Nonprofit (Virtual) Networking, Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation
First Tuesday of the Month, 12-1:30pm. Monthly networking opportunity to discuss grant information, collaborative ideas, peer conversations. Email: Eileen Ardillo firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Leadership Fellows, Health Foundation for Western & Central New York
An intensive 18-month program including four two-to-three day residential sessions on topics including personal leadership, leading change, communicating as a leader and results-based leadership and collaboration. Additionally, between sessions fellows work together on an inter-organizational project in small teams. Each cohort of fellows is made up of about 40 professionals from health-related and safety net organizations throughout western and central New York
NYCON provides a wide array of specialized technical assistance services, including legal and financial, to nonprofits of all kinds in a staff-based, multidisciplinary team model. NYCON also provides an array of group purchasing, insurance, and employee benefits in the context of membership, helping to build a long-term, multi-layered service relationship with member nonprofits. Annual dues are based on your organization’s operating budget.
Membership organization that offers members and non-members offerings in educational workshops, trainings, consultations, webinars, annual conference on more. See NPP’s Resource Libary.
CBO Consortium of Upstate New York, Healthy Community Alliance
Community based organizations (CBO), nonprofit organizations aimed at making desired improvements to a community’s social health, well-being and overall functioning. Formed in 2016 with CBO Planning Grant, NYSDOH, to support CBOs who do not bill Medicaid participating in DSRIP projects and PPS networks; the grant was reissued in 2018. Provides training and assistance to members as they work to address SDOH in their communities.
Nonprofit Savings/Discount Lists:
For nonprofit organizations or schools access to thousands of brand new, high-quality products at a reduced cost. Membership based subscription.
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