Events

The best part about being a YNPN Triangle NC: getting to meet other YNPN Triangle NC members! Check out our upcoming events to see where we'll be networking, learning, and growing in order to build a more inclusive Triangle nonprofit sector.

  • Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 08:00 AM · 8 rsvps
    Caribou Coffee in Chapel Hill, NC

    Team Work Makes the Dream Work: Efficient and Effective Teams

     Working in groups can be frustrating, but it can also be the key success. Join us for Team Work Makes the Dream Work: Efficient and Effective Teams on August 23. Attendees will use their teamwork and communication skills to complete a team building challenge. This interactive task will focus on working with a small group and communicating essential information

    Parking: There is parking in the Caribou Coffee lot.


    This year, YNPN’s professional development events are all based on our Competency Model. The Competency Model consists of four pillars that reflect the skills we’ve found through research that emerging nonprofit leaders need to be successful: Effective Communication, Personal Management, Leadership Development, and Technical Skills. Each quarter we will host a professional development event that hits each one of these competencies. This month’s event will focus on Effective Communication: Collaboration & Teamwork.

  • Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 05:30 PM · 30 rsvps

    A Night at the Museum: Networking Social + (W)rap on Race Speaker Series

    Join YNPN after work for a night at the museum. We will be hosting a Networking Social at North Carolina Museum of Natural Science's Daily Planet Cafe followed by attending Town Hall: (W)rap on Race: Where do we go from here?, a speaker series featuring Dr. Yolanda Moses, Dr. Jay S. Kaufman, and Dr. Joseph Graves Jr. 

    Forty years after Margaret Mead (anthropologist) and James Baldwin (author) met to have a “Rap on Race,” we bring their conversation into the 21st Century. Guest speakers will reflect on what the future holds for public education and race, the role of race in medicine, the potential dangers of using biology to explain the behaviors of certain racialized groups, and where do we go from here? Moderated by WRAL’s Greg Fishel.

    Parking: http://naturalsciences.org/docs/Directions_and_Parking_map_2013.pdf

     

    Networking Hour 

    The Daily Planet Cafe, in the museum, from 5:30-6:45pm.

     

    Town Hall: (W)rap on Race: Where do we go from here?

    WRAL 3D Theater from 7-8:30pm
    http://naturalsciences.org/calendar/event/wrap-on-race-where-do-we-go-from-here/

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