Nonprofit Seminars at Eastern University
Posted by on January 20, 2009
One-day seminars for you, your friends, colleagues and church members at Eastern University Philadelphia, 990 Spring Garden Street. Space is limited. Registration is due February 5th. To register go to: http://eastern.edu/academic/ccgps/ssc/youth/Registration_Form.html.
Establishing a Non-Profit Organization: Sat, February 14, 2009, 8:30am-6pm
This seminar provides a basic understanding of how to begin a non-profit organization. Students will receive an overview of changes in non-profit management theory and the challenges of a new start-up. Students will develop a plan for start-up, stabilization or expansion of a non-profit organization. Fee: $75 (includes breakfast and snacks)
Programming for Youth Development: Sat, February 21, 2009, 8:30am-6pm
This interactive course will examine the role of community-based programs in adolescent development. The dynamics of developing a quality out-of-school time program, funding resources, and evaluation issues will be explored. A must for youth workers! Fee: $75 (includes breakfast and snacks)
Arts in Community and Economic Development: Sat, February 21, 2009, 8:30am-6pm
This seminar applies the theories of using the arts to transform communities to practical problems arising from poverty and injustice in local communities. An emphasis will be placed on the process for becoming a catalyst within the community. Working arts models of community and economic development will be researched and critiqued. Fee: $75 (includes breakfast and snacks)
More in "Other Local Events and Workshops"
- PA STEM Coalition Meeting: Environmental Education and Education for Sustainability Panel Discussion – Nov 4
- Collaborating Across the Aisle: Supporting Students As They Transition from High School to College Classroom – Nov 19
- Lunch & Learn on Equity in Our Community – Nov 18
Stay Current in Philly's Higher Education and Nonprofit Sector
We compile a weekly email with local events, resources, national conferences, calls for proposals, grant, volunteer and job opportunities in the higher education and nonprofit sectors.