This week Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies announced the first annual Nonprofit Management Summer Camp: a one-day retreat for nonprofit professionals in beautiful southern Vermont. Participants have the opportunity to choose two tool-based and interactive workshops focused on social media, leadership, time management, or Results-Based Accountability.
Camp will take place on August 1st, 2014, from 9:30am – 4pm at the Marlboro College Graduate School, 28 Vernon Street in downtown Brattleboro, Vermont. A $50 registration fee includes two workshops, lunch, and ample networking time with other nonprofit professionals. Interested individuals can learn more and register at http://bit.ly/NPMcamp.
“Summer Camp is an inexpensive way to get training in a short amount of time,” says program manager Hillary Boone. “We’re proving that excellence in nonprofits can be fun, and in fact, it should be.”
About Marlboro College Program in Nonprofit Management
The Program in Nonprofit Management at the Marlboro College Graduate School supports nonprofit executive staff and trustees across Northern New England to become outstanding leaders in their organizations and communities. We empower the next generation of nonprofit leaders with the technical competency, management skills and self-confidence to achieve their organizational missions effectively and efficiently, for the ultimate benefit of society. Learn more online at http://nonprofit.marlboro.edu