Nerdy Nonprofit Nights are once-a-month brainstorming trouble-shooting sessions where you happen to meet more of your colleagues! Each month, professionals from our local nonprofits gather for a nerdy evening of finding inventive ways for local charities to work together more, in a loosely-structured yet highly-productive social setting... Think social hours with a learning problem!
In February, our topic is....WHATEVER. YOU. WANT! Open Session is pretty simple: this will be our first event with a faux-ticket fee (yes, it’s free). The fee is this: you show up with one idea or one question about your professional life you'd like to solve. You’ll write it on a scrap of paper and throw it into a bucket at the door. That's it. We'll be discussing and troubleshooting those items in small groups for about an hour in the middle of the event, and it'll be as fun (and rewarding!) as it is nerdy. :)
Not clear on what we're suggesting, or are you totally clear on how this event will take place just want to sign up to volunteer as a mini-group facilitator? Feel free to contact board member Mike Kamer (he’s the YNPN point-of-contact for these events) at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer or for more information about the event.
February's Nerdy Nonprofit Night will be held at Cornish Pasty Co
WHENFebruary 27, 2020 at 5:30pmWHERECornish Pasty Co
10 E Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89104
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Page Patten donated 2019-12-27 09:13:12 -0800$9,032.45 raisedGOAL: $5,000.00
Page Patten donated 2018-07-22 20:00:23 -0700$4,950.00 raisedGOAL: $5,000.00
Annual Fee - $30
We welcome you to join our grassroots organization dedicated to supporting young professionals who work in or have a passion for the social sector. For more information on the benefits of joining YNPN, click here.
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Working with nonprofits is important to my mission for creating communities of people who get to focus on "what's right" with them, instead of what they need to fix. The culture of any organization starts with the individuals. I want to help nonprofits in this community to know what unique talents their board/leaders/staff bring to the table, therefore functioning more strongly as a team, so that they can be even more effective to the groups they serve. I truly believe we can lift our community together!