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The Seattle University Service in Action Seminars provide
public sector and nonprofit professionals with continuing education
opportunities and access to current trends. Leading voices and experts
from a variety of disciplines present the latest ideas and practices.
Leadership for Social Good: Translating Your Passion Into ActionSponsored by:
Seattle University Institute of Public Service, School of Law Access to
Justice Institute and Center for Professional DevelopmentDate: Friday, September 28, 1:00pm to 5:30pm (Networking Reception to Follow from 5:30pm to 6:30pm)Location: Seattle University Law School, Annex Building, Room 142Thinking
about transitioning into or exploring the nonprofit sector, but not
sure where to start? Interested in starting or leading a nonprofit,
community organization or other socially conscious endeavor someday?
Many rewarding professional opportunities exist, and your graduate or
law degree can help you get a leg up. This interactive program
will provide an overview of the nonprofit sector and similar less
traditional models, such as informal organizations, social purpose
corporations, and public-private partnerships. Current leaders will also
highlight what different paths toward leadership look like, share
lessons learned from the field, and discuss how your legal or graduate
education can translate into a variety of important roles. The session
will also offer concrete ways for you to add to your résumé and skills
toolkit immediately as well as an opportunity to network with many
leaders and practitioners from across sectors. This program is
appropriate for MPA, MNPL, law, and MBA students; recent alumni; and
practicing professionals seeking to engage in nonprofit work. SEMINAR FEE:
Registration is free for current students; $40 for recent SU alumni (’09 or newer); $60 for other SU alumni; $80 for general community members. Fee waivers are available for unemployed SU alumni or other financial hardship.
For more information or to register, contact Jennifer Werdell, firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register for the Service in Action Seminars below, please access the registration form here. For more information contact Danielle Potter at email@example.com or 206-296-6143.
Maximize Your Leadership Potential!Presenter: Noreen Elbert, Acting Assistant Director, Nonprofit LeadershipDate: Friday, October 19, 8am to 12pmLocation: Seattle University, Casey Building, 5th Floor CommonsBranding, Messaging, and ImpactPresenter: Erica Mills, Claxon Marketing, Lecturer, Evans School of Public Affairs, University of WashingtonDate: Friday, January 25, 8am to 12pmLocation: Seattle University, Casey Building, 5th Floor CommonsSocial Media: Changing the Landscape for Nonprofit CommunicationsPresenter: Zan McColloch-Lussier, DJ & Idea Generator, Mixtape CommunicationsDate: Friday, February 22, 8am to 12pmLocation: Seattle University, Student Center Room 160Evaluation for Learning, Improvement, and ImpactPresenter: Maureen Emerson Feit, Acting Director, Nonprofit LeadershipDate: Friday, March 15, 8am to 12pmLocation: Seattle University, Student Center, Room 210 SEMINAR FEE: General Public: $75 (per seminar)SU Student/Alumni/Employee: $50 (per seminar)Three or more: $50 eachPrice includes a light breakfast. All proceeds benefit the MPA/MNPL scholarship fund.
Cancellation Policy: All
cancellation requests must be received 72 hours prior to the start of
the seminar to receive a full refund. Late cancellations will receive no
For more information contact Danielle Potter at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-296-6143.
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