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Non-Profit Summit in Ames November 15 &16

Posted on Wednesday, October 5th, 2011
Iowa Nonprofit Summit 2011
Tuesday, November 15, 2011 9:00 AM -
Wednesday, November 16, 2011 4:15 PM (Central Time)
Iowa State University / Scheman Building
Lincoln Way & University Blvd
between Hilton Coliseum and Fisher Theater
Ames, Iowa 50011
United States

Don’t miss this exciting, educational and invaluable conference for Iowa nonprofits and volunteer management professionals!  Use their website to view the evolving agenda, access award nomination information, and find lodging information.  Download the schedule and workshop descriptions here!

REGISTRATION DEADLINE/FEES
Online “early” registration is available just through November 1, so don’t delay!  After November 1, you may still attend this conference, but must register at the door at the on site rate).  A great value for a 2-day conference: $160 ($180 on site) – includes breakfast, lunch, and a break.  Can’t get away for two days?  One-day registration is also available for $90 ($100 on site) – includes breakfast, lunch, and a break.

GET MORE INFORMATION
To ensure you get conference details and information about registration, please visit www.iowalifechanging.com and use the “register” link to sign up for the Iowa Nonprofit Summit e-mail list or follow conference news on Twitter at #INPOS11

WORKSHOP TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Disaster preparedness
  • National service
  • Effectively operating a nonprofit
  • Communications/social media
  • Resource development
  • Grant management
  • P&P training (Iowa Principles and Practices for Charitable Nonprofit Excellence)
  • Service-learning
  • Volunteer management
  • Risk management and legal issues
  • Days of Service
  • Building community partners
  • Special sessions for AmeriCorps directors and members
  • Workshops of interest to youth, mentoring programs, and Senior Corps directors
  • … and MORE!

Local agencies interested in attending can contact the Fairfield Volunteer Center to arrange possible car-pooling to the conference.  Several scholarship opportunities also exist to help support attendance.  See the website for more information.