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Got skills you’re not using at work? Passionate about a community cause? Certain that life holds more than the daily grind of making ends meet? Ready to be the change you wish to see in the world? Always wondered what serving on a board actually means?
Then you’re ready for…
Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana and the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center are excited to announce this opportunity for emerging leaders to participate in an exclusive pilot training program.
Expert facilitator Mike Stone from Impact Strategies, Inc. will guide you through the ins and outs of board service, your basic responsibilities as a board member, and how to find an organization that matches your passion.
Three 90-minute sessions will get you on the path to building a community that reflects your interests, whether through board service or committee work.
Once you complete Bootcamp, we’ll give you lots of opportunities to connect to area nonprofits with mutual interests. You’ll also be supported by Rolfsen Stewardship Award nominees.*
Give us your time and appetite for learning. We’ll provide lunch and BoardSource training materials to support your hunger.
Thanks to the generous support of our funder, there is no cost to attend, but participants are expected to attend all three sessions. Seating is limited and advance registration is required.
Register here to attend.
Questions? Ask Lettie, Get On Board Co-Chair and Librarian at the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center: 421-1238 or email@example.com
Board Bootcamp is a program of YLNI and the PCNRC’s Get on Board initiative. Get on Board! is made possible by a grant from Foellinger Foundation.
*What’s a Rolfsen Stewardship Award nominee? Turns out, our community is full of board members who exemplify at least three of BoardSource’s “Ten Basic Responsibilities of a Board.” Since 2005, Foellinger Foundation has honored these folks annually through their Rolfsen Stewardship Award. We’ll connect you to nominees based on their experiences and your interests and your mutual desire to connect.
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