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October, 2021

Wednesday
27
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Is founding a nonprofit your path to personal fulfillment and success? Listen to these entrepreneurs talk about the differences between founding a for-profit and nonprofit organization. Hear how they succeeded in making a social impact by taking the nonprofit route. Speakers include Emily Allen, AARP Foundation, Michael Caslin III, Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship, and several nonprofit founders. Part 4 of Founders Over 40 Unconference, offered by Stage2Startups. Sponsored by Encore Boston Network. A fee will be charged for this program.
Wednesday
27
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Did you know that if U.S. Latinos were a country, their GDP would be ranked seventh in the world? Or that Boston has the third-largest population of Afro-Latinos in the U.S.?

The Latino Equity Fund is partnering with GBH/World Channel to bring together a lively discussion on the impact of Latinos in the Commonwealth and across the country. Please join us and award-winning veteran journalist Jorge Quiroga on October 27th at 7 pm who will engage guest panelists on various topics on Latinos including voting, workforce, and the economy.

Guest panelists: Diana Campoamor, Founder, Nuestra America Fund; Vanessa Calderón-Rosado, CEO, Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción; Dan Rivera, CEO, MassDevelopment.

Offered by The Boston Foundation Latino Equity Fund and GBH|World.
Thursday
28
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What does it take to become a stand-out nonprofit board member? Enroll in this 5-part series to build your skills and meet organizations looking for new board members. Whether you're new to nonprofit boards or a veteran, you'll learn the latest from this program offered by United Way of Massachusetts Bay and the Merrimack Valley. $35 fee for each session; $125 for all five.

Nuts & Bolts of Finance and Governance -- Getting into the nitty-gritty. Covering nonprofit finance and governance topics, including D&O insurance, the 990 form and what a healthy nonprofit budget looks like.
Thursday
28
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Looking for some strategies to engage youth in meaningful and impactful ways? Julie Rogers Bascom from the National Youth Leadership Council will define service learning and share ideas on using this approach to support positive youth outcomes as well as offer resources to help you implement service-learning initiatives at your organizations.

For nearly 40 years, the National Youth Leadership Council has transformed classrooms, empowered teachers/providers, and captivated students by leading the way in providing high-quality, dynamic service-learning content to school districts, classrooms, after-school programs, and everything in between.

Offered by Massachusetts Service Alliance.

November, 2021

Thursday
4
This is a virtual event. A zoom invitation will be emailed 24 hours in advance.
10:00 AM
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Join our guests, Literations, and its Executive Director, Wes Enicks, to learn how you can help young children improve their literacy skills. Literations (previously known as Generations Incorporated) is an evidenced-based program that operates in Boston and Revere Public Schools with their youngest students. Older adults receive high quality training and support to work with kindergarten, first, and second grade students who are struggling with reading, writing, comprehension, fluency, and oral language skills.This session will help you understand the mission, methods, and means for improving youth literacy.
Tuesday
9
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Most people view LinkedIn as a tool solely for job seekers. But it is an incredibly powerful and effective tool for career reinvention and entrepreneurship as well. This webinar will show you why and how you can use it to find your own path forward. Facilitated by Dr. Elisse Barnes.
Wednesday
10
This is a virtual event. You will receive a Zoom invitation 24 hours in advance.
10:00 AM
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What if the expert in the room is...YOU? Everyone has skills and knowledge to share. In this 2-part workshop, we’ll use several strategies for identifying your areas of expertise, finding your audience, and creating the right structure for teaching and learning. Whether you just want to share your passion or find a new career direction, we’ll help you get on your way.
Wednesday
10
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What does it take to become a stand-out nonprofit board member? Enroll in this 5-part series to build your skills and meet organizations looking for new board members. Whether you're new to nonprofit boards or a veteran, you'll learn the latest from this program offered by United Way of Massachusetts Bay and the Merrimack Valley. $35 fee for each session; $125 for all five.

Board Connection Fair -- Getting to know you! Choose 6 nonprofits to meet with one-on-one and get to know more about their mission and what they look for in a board member.

United Way’s BoardConnection platform connects board candidates and local nonprofits seeking board members. Create a profile, browse open board positions and communicate with nonprofits that have posted positions.
Tuesday
16
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November 20th is Family Volunteer Day, a global day of service that celebrates the power of families who work together to support their communities and neighborhoods. To prepare for this day and future opportunities to engage new supporters for your organization, the team from Project Giving Kids will explore the benefits of engaging youth and families in volunteering, offer examples of successful programs, and provide recommendations for hosting an engaging and beneficial program. Project Giving Kids supports kids, families, and schools to engage with local nonprofits through volunteer service in a variety of cause areas, to learn empathy and the importance of community engagement.

Offered by Massachusetts Service Alliance.
Thursday
18
This is a virtual event. You will receive a Zoom invitation 24 hours in advance.
10:00 AM
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What if the expert in the room is...YOU? Everyone has skills and knowledge to share. In this second workshop, you will better understand who your audience will be and establish the steps necessary to being to share your expertise.
Tuesday
23
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Sky Bergman, filmmaker and professor of Photography and Video, Cal Poly State University, is the featured speaker. She will discuss her film, Lives Well Lived, which celebrates the wit and wisdom of 40 adults who are 75 to 100 years old and living their lives to the full. The film also celebrates the importance of intergenerational connections. Her documentary was featured on PBS in September. You can learn more about the film at www.lives-well-lived.com. Offered by Revolutionize Your Retirement, with Dori Mintzer. Sign up AFTER November 16.