Impact Measurement and Reporting Certificate Program
Starting September 15, 2015
In today’s nonprofit sector, the ability to understand, measure, and communicate outcomes and impact have become increasingly important – funding depends on it. So does internal decision-making. Yet many professionals struggle with the process. This 10-session certificate program providing in-depth training on the steps involved in building a sound, practical and worthwhile plan for measuring impact, using interactive exercises and real-life examples to make the concepts and path forward clear, outlining the key components of any successful outcome measurement effort. This program is being offered by the Office of Executive Programs at Baruch College School of Public Affairs. The sessions will be led by Laurel Molloy, Founder & Chief Consultant ofInnovations Quantified, and member of the 2015 Nonprofit Excellence Awards Selection Committee. NPCC members can use code NPCCBARUCH15 to receive a 15% discount on the full price of this program.
Unemployment & HR Liability Control 101
September 16 (Wednesday) 9:30—11:30am
Presented by Cheryl Jones, UST Sr. Account Executive, and Karl Bierach, UST Equifax Account Manager, this interactive presentation will shed light on how to avoid making costly mistakes when managing your unemployment claims paperwork, protests and hearings. The presentation will also explore UST’s holisitic benefits program, which can help further lower your unemployment costs through reserve-building, dedicated administrative support, auditing, and online training opportunities. This session is geared towards anyone responsible for human resources or the financial management of a nonprofit with 10 or more employees. This session is co-sponsored by NPCC, Human Services Council, COFCCA, and Unemployment Services Trust. This workshop is being held at UJA-Federation Building: 130 East 59th Street, Room 712, New York, NY. [September 4th Registration Deadline]
Internal vs. External Responsibilities in the Nonprofit Audit
September 17 (Thursday) 9:30—11:30am
Looking for ways to improve your organization’s audit process? Join us as a panel of nonprofit insiders discuss “who is responsible for what” in the nonprofit audit. Adam Cole of BDO USA, Charlene Laniewski of KPMG and treasurer of NPCC’s board, and Sheila Abrams of United Hospital Fund will share their perspectives on how to successfully navigate each step of the nonprofit audit. They will discuss their key responsibilities in their respective roles as auditor, board member, and CFO. Paul Konigstein, senior consultant at Accounting Management Solutions, Inc. will moderate the workshop. This workshop is being held at NPCC: 135 West 36th Street, 15th Floor, New York, NY. [Only a few spots left!]
Nonprofit MarkCon (presented by New York Nonprofit Media)
September 17 (Thursday) 8:00am—5:00pm
One of the best ways to stir up awareness and publicity for your nonprofit brand is to generate some buzz. This is something that spans both the online and offline worlds, and can put an agency visibly on people’s radars in a positive way. The big question is how do you get people chatting? To boost the excitement around your nonprofit, you have to give them something worth talking about beyond the latest direct mail drop or email blast. This event will bring together marketing and communications executives from nonprofits across New York and will include speakers, panel discussions and networking opportunities.
2016 National Leadership Conference – Call for Presenters
The Center for Nonprofit Advancement in Washington, DC, is teaming up with other state and regional associations of nonprofits to present the 2016 National Leadership Conference on April 20-22, 2016 in McLean, Virginia. They have issued a call for presenters (linked above) – dynamic individuals who will motivate, inspire and guide nonprofit organizations across the topics in topics such as leadership, growth, finance, governance, development, volunteer recruitment, program management, among others.