With 2013 in full swing, it’s time to get focused as we work toward our goals and aspirations, especially for career and leadership development! I’m honored that we continue to hear from nonprofit professionals around the country who consult our book How to Become a Nonprofit Rockstar: 50 Ways to Accelerate your Nonprofit Career, co-authored by Rosetta Thurman and I.
As the book has grown in popularity over the last two years, Rosetta and I have engaged with readers like you through book signings, speaking events, workshops and social media. This year, we’re launching the Nonprofit Rockstar Teleseminar Series, a new way to connect with our online community!
The 2013 Nonprofit Rockstar Teleseminar Series
Monthly Conversations about Nonprofit Leadership and Careers
This free, monthly teleseminar series will cover a variety of topics in nonprofit career and leadership development. Each session features experts who will be sharing their knowledge, ideas and experience to help you accelerate your career and enhance your leadership skills. For more information and a full schedule, visit nonprofitrockstar.com.
Our 2013 Nonprofit Rockstar Teleseminar Series will be kicking off this month on Wednesday, January 23 from 12:00-1:30pm EST(9:00am-10:30am PST). Registration is now open online. Organizing the series is Tiffany Rivera, the new Volunteer Intern at Thurman Consulting. Questions? Contact Tiffany at email@example.com.
6 Ways to Rock Your Nonprofit Career in 2013
Date: Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EST
Where: via teleconference, dial-in information will be provided upon registration
Are you looking for ideas to advance your nonprofit career this year? If so, mark your calendar for the kickoff of The 2013 Nonprofit Rockstar Teleseminar Series! Join Rosetta Thurman and Trista Harris, co-authors of How to Become a Nonprofit Rockstar: 50 Ways to Accelerate Your Career to learn six practical strategies to accelerate your nonprofit career based on concepts from their popular book.
About Rosetta Thurman
Rosetta Thurman is the President of Thurman Consulting, an education company that provides personal and professional development opportunities to empower a new generation of leaders to change the world. Rosetta is a nationally-recognized speaker and facilitator who has helped hundreds of nonprofit and association professionals improve the way they work, lead and live their lives. Her popular keynote speeches and workshops inspire audiences around the country to build meaningful careers, enhance their leadership skills and live with greater purpose. For more information, visit rosettathurman.com.
About Trista Harris
Trista Harris is nationally known as a passionate advocate for new leaders in the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors. She is a leading voice for Generations X and Y and seeks to create professional development opportunities throughout the sector. She writes about generational change in the foundation field in her blog, New Voices of Philanthropy and is an international speaker on working across generations to create social change. In her professional life, Trista is the Executive Director of the Headwaters Foundation for Justice. A native Minnesotan, Trista received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Howard University and her Master’s in Public Policy degree, with a focus on philanthropy and nonprofit effectiveness, from the Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota. For more information, visit tristaharris.org.
Idealist was launched in 1995, on a shoestring budget but with an ambitious goal: to be the starting place for anyone, anywhere who wants to make the world a better place. Today, Idealist is the most popular online resource for the nonprofit sector, with jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities provided by over 70,000 organizations around the world and 100,000 unique visitors every day. For more information, visit idealist.org.
About the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN)
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) promotes an efficient, viable, and inclusive nonprofit sector that supports the growth, learning, and development of young professionals. We engage and support future nonprofit and community leaders through professional development, networking and social opportunities designed for young people involved in the nonprofit community. For more information, visit ynpn.org.
About Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP)
Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) develops extraordinary new leaders to enhance organized philanthropy and its impact on communities. EPIP envisions a day when all generations of practitioners in philanthropy collaborate effectively to build better foundations for a better world. For more information, visit epip.org.