MANP has something for everyone!
Upcoming MANP Trainings + Events
Maine nonprofits employ 1 in 6 workers and are a critical part of Maine’s economy; access to professional development is critical to any organization’s talent attraction and development strategy!
After a busy planning period, we are thrilled to highlight upcoming educational programs for this winter and spring that align with timely, pressing topics relevant to your everyday work.
Staff + Volunteer Management
This Wednesday, February 15, Portland attorney Sally Morris will present, A Guide to Workplace Best Practices: How to Promote a Harassment-Free Workplace. This hour-long webinar will offer practical information and tools on how to navigate difficult questions to help ensure workplaces are respectful, positive and productive spaces for all.
Back by popular demond as one of the more sought-after sessions at last year’s Nonprofit Finance Conference, on February 28, Peter Montano and Hadje Esmiller of Macpage will offer the webinar, Implementing the New Not-for-Profit Financial Reporting Standard: A Deep Dive.
Resource + Fund Development
On March 8 in Freeport, Penny Harris and Ellen Maling will present, Fundraising is More Than Money, where participants will gain useful tools for planning a diverse fundraising program and engage in interactive discussions on the challenges and strengths of resource and fund development.
On April 5, Ari Solotoff and Nick Porto will host the webinar, New Nonprofits Boot Camp: Using Legal and Tax Best Practices to Propel Results and Fulfill Your Mission, to provide a holistic view of the legal and tax best practices for new Maine nonprofits and tax exempt organizations.
Marketing + Communications
In Machias on April 11, Kendra Rand will present, Graceful Grammar and Punchy Punctuation: Everyday Writing for Your Organization, where participants will revisit some fundamental writing skills and come away with memorable, quick ‘n easy tricks for improving all areas of written communication.
Governance + Leadership
On May 10, our first Board Boot Camp – Basics of the year will be offered in Farmington. This session will specifically cover core nonprofit governance responsibilities for those who are new board members or for those whose organizations have grown beyond their “grassroots” origins, but their boards have not. Stay tuned for Advanced sessions later this year!
MANP regularly partners with nationally-recognized organizations to leverage discounted rates for our members. Here are some of our upcoming partner events:
- Idealware: Nonprofit Data for Beginners, February 8-22 (Three webinar sessions)
- Idealware: Visual Storytelling: The Complete Infographic Toolkit for Nonprofits, March 8-29 (Four webinar sessions)
- SCORE: Steps to Starting a Maine Nonprofit, March 21, Portland
- QuickBooks Made Easy: QuickBooks Made Easy for Nonprofits, May 3, Portland
And that’s just the first part of 2018! We are busily confirming new educational offerings each day and you can expect trainings later this year on:
- board roles + responsibilities;
- executive director leadership development;
- how to conduct successful donor visits;
- issue framing;
- building effective teams;
- engaging millennials;
- tracking restricted funds;
Questions? Email us at Learn@NonprofitMaine.org