We're thrilled to announce our breakout session speakers for the #NonprofitSTRONG Summit. Joining our fabulous keynote, Shaw University President Dr. Tashni-Ann Dubroy, will be some of the best and brightest our sector has to offer! Sessions will teach you how to disrupt inequity in the nonprofit workplace, integrate your communications and development plans, negotiate your salary, and more. View the full list and buy your ticket here.
Emerging Leaders: Using Social Media to Change the Narrative
Everyone uses social media but few know how to harness it to produce the outcomes they want in their career. Join us to hear from nonprofit change makers about how they are leveraging social media to shift perspectives and conversations in the sector. Learn tools and strategies to implement in your workplace.
1789 Venture Lab
173E E Franklin St
Chapel Hill 27514
Feb. 15 6:30pm - 8pm
No Stress Networking
Take the awkward, uneasiness out of networking, and come ready to meet, mingle, and exchange ideas with your fellow nonprofiteers for our first young professionals social of 2017! No Stress Networking is a great way to expand your circle of contacts in a fun and enjoyable way. We hope to see you there!
106 E Main St.
Feb. 28 5:30pm - 7:30pm
Setting Boundaries: Establishing Strong Work/Life Balance in 2017
We were thrilled to see such a great turnout at our January professional development program. Thanks to everyone who came out for a deep dive into time management and work/life balance. Check out our Facebook Live video of and photos from the program. The topic of work/life balance was the first focus area of our newly introduced competency model, a programming strategy which will inform the types of events we offer to ensure we are giving you the tools and skills you need to succeed as a nonprofit professional. Every month we will focus on a different skill set. Join us for this month's professional development program for a focus on using social media to change the narrative. As a part of our model, we'll be talking about social media and technical communication skills all month. Follow us on social media for more!
YNPN Triangle NC started in humble beginnings. In fact, our chapter’s origins are traced back to a Craig’s List ad in 2009. A group of energized and frustrated young nonprofit professionals gathered at a local watering hole to brainstorm how they could create a system of support and learning. One of these founding members had been involved with the Twin Cities chapter of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network. After many phone calls and emails, the Triangle chapter kicked off its inaugural year with a handful of networking socials in Raleigh.
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