WHAT: 2012 “Working for Good” Conference: Identifying resources and overcoming challenges for community organizations and funding partners in the public and private sectors
WHEN: Thursday, October 25 and Friday, October 26 Time: 8 A.M. – 5 P.M.
WHERE: Clark Atlanta University - Robert W. Woodruff Library Center, 111 James P Brawley Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30314
WHY: Community organizations provide the inspired hands and feet to serve the needs of a host of worthwhile causes. When their inspiration is matched with excellence in practices and standards, they answer the call from foundations and government agencies for viable community partners.
The NonProfit Training Institute (NPTI) works throughout the year to identify, develop, and support viable community partners. The annual conference is about bringing community partners together with private and public funding sources, to learn from each other, and to make valuable contacts.
Join NPTI for two dynamic days of meeting, greeting and learning. There will be small group training sessions and large group presentations to help all attendees in their ongoing endeavor to “Work for Good.”
Don’t miss out!
Special Conference Registration includes FREE one year membership in the NonProfit Training Institute of $199.00 per person, available until October 10, 2012. To register visit: http://www.eventbrite.com/
About The NonProfit Training Institute
The Mission of the NonProfit Training Institute is to promote excellence in the establishment and continued survival of viable community organizations. NPTI accomplishes this by providing technical assistance and training for emerging, new and established nonprofits and by advocating the adoption of professional ethics and standards for community organizations. In addition, NPTI encourages volunteerism and sponsorship for the most worthy community endeavors.
The NonProfit Training Institute is a membership association based in Atlanta, Georgia.
To learn more, visit: http://nptiga.org/
About Department for African and African American Studies
The African and African American Studies Program was established in its present form in the late 1960s. The Program is designed for students with professional interest in a comprehensive understanding of African American or African culture needed for work in their target community, and to equip educators with a knowledge of and a sensitivity to the teaching of African and African American cultures.The Program provides focus as well as breadth through the interdisciplinary area studies approach. Because of the long tradition of African and African American studies at the University, pertinent courses are offered in many departments, particularly English, Foreign Language, History, Political Science, and Sociology.
About Department of Africana Women's Studies
Founded in 1982, the Africana Women's Studies is the only degree-granting women's studies program located in an historically black college in the United States, the only women's studies program in the United States which offers the doctoral degree in Africana women's Studies and the only Africana women's studies program in the world. AWS provides opportunities for the systematic analysis of the convergence of gender, class and racial bias. It also focuses on the comparative examination of the contributions, problems, strategies and concerns of Africana women. Analytical approaches that rigorously compare and contrast the lives of all women by class, age and color without regard to their geographic location are strongly encouragedAWS is cross-cultural, national, international and interdisciplinary in its focus. Similar to many nontraditional, interdisciplinary programs and departments, AWS has a small, stable core faculty with faculty associates from traditional departments.
To learn more, visit: http://www.cau.edu/