Alright, nonprofit campers. It’s that time again. Fall nonprofit conference time. Here are a handful of your upcoming options.
Symposium for Women in Nonprofit Leadership | September 25 | 8:15 am – 4:00pm | Columbus, IN
Plan to join the INRN for a full day of sharing, learning and growth as participants examine the most critical aspects of the role of women in the nonprofit sector. Author Jan Phillips will be providing the opening keynote address with an emphasis on “3 Steps to Visionary Leadership” from her award-winning book “The Art of Original Thinking – The Making of a Thought Leader.”
Experts will also share timely knowledge and tools within three learning tracks:
- Personal and Professional Development
- Leadership and Management Skills
- Women in Philanthropy
$79, includes continental breakfast, lunch, and materials ($49, United Way Staff and members of United Way Boards of Directors
Conference on Youth | October 2 | Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
The flagship training for Great KIDS make Great COMMUNITIES is the Annual Conference on Youth. The Annual Conference on Youth emerged from Judge Pratt’s desire to ensure that all agencies working with children and families operated with the same strengths-based philosophy the court espoused. In 1989, the Court offered its first Annual Conference on Youth on IPFW’s campus.
Since then the Conference has grown to over 600 participants, and is currently held at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. This yearly training, sponsored in part by the Foellinger Foundation, brings in top professionals in the field of youth and family services to train area workers on strengths-based practices.
$35 (+$8 for CEU’s. LCSW, LMHC, LMFT or LSW licenses. All others–check with your licensing body for confirmation that conference CEUs are approved.)
Indiana Nonprofit Summit | October 1-2 | Indianapolis
It’s all about helping organizations build capacity to meet human needs.
We summit to share best practices, collected data and anecdotal evidence that can help renew an organization’s operations and the spirit of the mission that drives them.
We work to foster real discussion about the most pressing needs our communities face so that, together, we can develop strategies to meet those challenges head on in the months and years to come.
Day 1 & 2 Early Bird Pricing $175 through 9/14 | Click through to see student and daily rates.
Board Leadership Forum | October 9-10 | Washington DC
BoardSource, the only national organization focused exclusively on nonprofit governance, hosts the annual Board Leadership Forum; this year’s theme is Governance By Design. More than 700 board members, chief executives, staff, and nonprofit professionals are expected to attend.
Our very own Get on Board has been selected to present, “Designing Community-Level Support for Emerging Board Leaders,” to encourage other communities to consider how to train, connect and support emerging leaders and the nonprofits they wish to serve.
$650 non members | $850 member individuals and organizations
Because Kids Count Conference | December 1-2 | Indianapolis
For the past 13 years, the Indiana Youth Institute (IYI) has hosted the largest gathering of youth workers and educators in the Midwest. The Because Kids Count Conference is a two-day, first-class conference experience packed with educational workshops, nationally recognized speakers, a resource tradeshow and amazing networking opportunities. For youth workers, time is an incredibly valuable resource. That’s why we’ve designed our conference to efficiently connect quality information and resources with the people who will use them every single day.
Indiana Youth-serving professionals $125 until 11/17 | Click through for rate details.