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Spring Training Series: Be There or Be Square

By: Kristin Clements-Effner, MSW       Training Coordinator/Co founder It is that time again. We are hosting our Spring Training Series, which is a great time to participate in a strategy packed training that allows you to take your nonprofit to the … Continue reading

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Managing Up: A Smart Strategy for Young Professionals

By: Melissa Noyes While creating tailor-made trainings for local nonprofits, we often come across new ideas and concepts.  Our latest find is the concept of “managing up.”  This isn’t a term that I had ever heard before, but after a … Continue reading

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What’s a Millennial to do? Tips for beating the ho-hum job blues.

Written by: Melissa Noyes, Co-founder/Web Coordinator “I HATE MY JOB.  ARGH!”  This is how a Facebook chat began yesterday afternoon with a good friend of mine–no “hi”, no “what’s up”, just I HATE MY JOB!!.  I’ve known Ty since elementary school, but being … Continue reading

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Nonprofits and Social Media: Five Steps to Getting Started

Written by: Melissa Noyes, Cofounder/Web Coordinator We’ve been talking with lots of local nonprofits about engaging young professionals (YP’s) more fully in their organizations–as volunteers, donors, board members, and as employees.  One of the strategies we recommend is to find out … Continue reading

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