Nov 01 2017 8:30 AM
Mass Nonprofit Network's Annual Conference, "10 Years of Strengthening Massachusetts Nonprofits," will be the nonprofit professional conference of the year. On November 1, 2017, the Conference will feature 32 skill-building workshops, networking, and resources to support your work and organization. Over 600 attendees from across Massachusetts are expected to attend.
On November 1 in Framingham, the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network's Annual Conference, one of the largest events dedicated to building nonprofit capacity in the state, will mark the organization's 10th anniversary by providing a forum for nonprofit workers to learn, share, and network with each other. "10 Years of Strengthening Massachusetts Nonprofits" will serve organizations of all staff and budget sizes, and will provide a wide array of resources, workshops, and tools to set them up for success in the next 10 years and beyond.
The Conference feature keynote speaker Dan Cardinali, President and CEO of Independent Sector, to speak about his extensive experience in the nonprofit sector and insights into how nonprofits can adapt and flourish in the years ahead. The Conference will host 32 different skill-building workshops to aid nonprofit professionals at every stage of their career. With topics such as "Building Major Donor Relationships," "Equipping your Constituents to be Effective Brand Ambassadors," and "Creating a Culture of Supervision," attendees will have ample chances to gain skills to power their careers and strengthen their organizations.
Early-bird registration rates end Friday, September 22, and members of MNN can save up to 40%. RSVP today: www.massnonprofitnet.org/conference.