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 email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Partial Scholarships may be available for representative(s) from your organization to attend one of these trainings, workshops or professional development opportunities. Please email email@example.com to inquire.
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.
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Leadership Learning Series, Institute for Nonprofit Practice
- February 3 at 12pm, Bridging or Breaking Building a World Where All Belong with John A. Powell
- February 25 at 12pm, Scenario Building and Contingency Planning
Series of carefully planned virtual workshops and webinars, led by experts and national thought leaders. Free and open to the public.
Power and Privilege: How I Can Use Mine for Good, Nonprofit Partnership, Erie PA presented by Chimi Boyd-Keyes, CEO & Founder with CDK Enterprises
- Tuesday February 23, 2021 at 10-11:30am EST
- $40.00 for Non-Members
This session will begin with a foundational understanding of intersectionality. Additionally, Chimi will talk about how getting feedback from the community we serve is of utmost importance. We will honor a mix of learning styles by doing silent write and think activities, small group discussion, and large group sharing. We will end with concrete tools and suggestions to take back to your organization.
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