Mission in Action

By: Kristin Clements-Effner, MSW Training Coordinator/Cofounder

What does drawing pictures, stick figure people, discussion, and FUN have in common?  These are all things that made up our Spring Training Series at Catalyst, which was filled with learning and networking among Indy’s nonprofit sector.  We hosted our third public training series this Spring and continued to advance one of our visions of creating vibrant nonprofits that engage all age groups in their missions.

Participants of our trainings were able to explore the role of Social Media in their organization and the powerful role it can play in attracting more Hoosiers to changing their community.  We also pushed nonprofits to see how upcoming leaders can be included in nonprofit boards and advisory groups to create dynamic organizations for the 21st century.  Last, but not least, we explored best practice management techniques to retain employees to create an engaged workforce.

This is how we put our mission to action.  By providing quality trainings for nonprofits and organizations, they can meet their mission, learn from one another and allow Indianapolis to flourish as a great city.


About catalystxchange

Catalyst X-Change, Inc. is a 501c3 serving the greater Indianapolis area. Catalyst was founded by two Millennials (Kristin Clements-Effner and Melissa Noyes) with a passion and a vision for world change. We believe that significant and positive change can happen when individuals come together and match their passions with tangible actions. Our mission is to advance community through meaningful action.
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