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January 26th Conference in Princeton Offers Helpful Workshops for Non-Profit Professionals & Volunteers
PRINCETON NJ – December 29, 2014 – Community members, nonprofit professionals and volunteers are invited to “listen to their hearts and play a part” and attend Princeton Community Works Conference. The annual conference will once again be held at Princeton University’s Frist Campus Center. Scheduled for the evening of Monday, January 26th, from 5:00-9:15 pm, the Conference will feature wonderful networking opportunities and the choice of 22 high quality training workshops focused on helping non-profit boards, staff and volunteers work together more effectively.
Now in its 17th year, the Conference is planned and produced by a dedicated committee of involved community members. It typically attracts over 400 representatives of more than 200 area nonprofit organizations each year. The cost for attendance is a modest $35, which includes a boxed supper, keynote address and the choice of two workshops. Since space is limited and workshops are filled on a first-come/first-served basis, early registration is highly encouraged!
Among the 2015 workshop topics are:
- Best Practices for Building a Strong All Volunteer Organization
- Creating Donors Through Event Experiences
- Fundraising for Small Shops
- Getting Started in Social Media
- Harnessing the Power of Youth as Volunteers
- Leadership: Empowering Your Group to Accomplish the Mission
- Make It Work! Personality Styles and Difference in the Workplace
- So I Am on LinkedIn. Now What?
- Telling Your Story: Creating a Compelling Message
- What You Don’t Know Could Hurt You: Legal Issues Facing NonProfits
Further information and registration details can be found online at www.PrincetonCommunityWorks.org. A conference brochure is also printable from the website.