Are you a part of the next generation of nonprofit leaders?
Are you a part of the next generation of nonprofit leaders? Do you want to be?
How will you move from “next” to “now”?
Explore these questions with other under-40 nonprofit leaders during the NGen program at the Independent Sector Annual Conference this October. NGen: Moving Nonprofit Leaders from Next to Now provides you and your peers an exceptional opportunity to enhance your professional networks, develop your leadership opportunities, and contribute to the future of the nonprofit community.
Each year, the IS conference is the premier gathering for leaders of America’s charities, foundations, and corporate giving programs. At the 2010 conference, which takes place October 20-22 in Atlanta, NGen will again bring together talented nonprofit professionals under the age of 40 for a series of sessions designed specifically for people like you. NGen offers:
Targeted pre-conference workshop sessions on October 19-20, addressing topics important to emerging leaders
Opportunities for rising young leaders to connect with leaders of all ages
Examinations of issues central to the nonprofit community and ways to add your voice to the conversation
Visit the IS website to view the NGen schedule and learn more about the benefits of participation to you and your organization.
Register for one and a half days of pre-conference NGen programming for only $100, or add NGen to your IS conference registration for only $50 more. Act now and save—the “early bird” discount for the full conference expires this Wednesday, June 30!
We need rising stars like you to be part of the nearly 800 leaders coming together in Atlanta this fall. I encourage you to register today!
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