• Upcoming events

    Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at 12:00 PM · 12 rsvps
    Zoom Meetings

    Resource Roundtable: Effective Communication

    Join YNPN for our last Resource Roundtables of the year! Focused on Effective Communications, this structure networking session offers the chance to share and gain tips on skills for presentations, interviews, relationship management, and more. 

    THANK YOU TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION!

    Thank you to the incredible Triangle Community Foundation for sponsoring our 2020 Resource Roundtable events. We love TCF’s vision to create a stronger Triangle for all, and this partnership helps us do just that. With this sponsorship, we are able to provide opportunities for young nonprofits to share essential skills and resources and take back what they have learned to their organizations and communities. This would not be possible without their support.

    Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 12:00 PM · 2 rsvps
    Virtual

    Virtual Grad School and Fellowship Fair (YNPN National Series)

    Join us for a virtual fair for nonprofit professionals to learn how graduate school programs and fellowships can advance their careers.

    YNPN National is proud to host this virtual recruitment and information fair for nonprofit professionals who are interested in learning more about how attending graduate school or applying for a fellowship can help accelerate your career path. Individual registration is available, in addition to group registration for alumni associations, service year programs, and nonprofits. 

    Event Schedule: 

    • Noon to 12:10 pm - Welcome and Event Overview
    • 12:10 pm to 1:30 pm - Opening Panel: How Can the Graduate School Experience Advance Your Nonprofit Career?
    • 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm - Virtual Recruitment Fair Networking and Q&A with Graduate School and Fellowship Programs. Attendees will have the chance to visit remote sessions with representatives from all participating programs during these-period to learn more about their programs, ask questions, and make networking connections.
    • 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm - Closing Panel: Fellowship Programs - Understanding the Application Process and Career Benefits

     Register below to gain access to the registration link and promo code! 


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