An event focusing on trends and challenges in the nonprofit sector is set for next month at Ivy Tech Corporate College in Indianapolis. The IMPACT 2013 Nonprofit Conference will feature discussions on grant management, volunteer coordination and event planning. You can see a full list of speakers by clicking here.
September 13, 2013
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Ivy Tech Corporate College announces IMPACT 2013 Nonprofit Conference, a gathering of nonprofit leaders working together to make an impact on Indiana communities, to be held November 7 in Indianapolis. The full-day event will take place at Ivy Tech's Corporate College and Culinary Center (2820 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis).
IMPACT 2013 will leverage the diverse insights of some of Central Indiana's most successful nonprofit organizations, offering compelling keynote addresses, informative workshop sessions and networking opportunities. Nonprofit leaders and industry experts will have the opportunity to engage in real-time discussions and learning opportunities focused on the trends and challenges that most impact the nonprofit sector, such as grant management, volunteer coordination, program evaluation, event planning and team building.
Registration is $129 per person and includes access to keynote addresses and workshops, a continental breakfast, lunch, parking, etc. For more information or to register, visit the event website at www.ivytech.edu/impactconference , call 317-921-4539 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Ivy Tech Corporate College
Ivy Tech Corporate College is the premier provider of quality workforce training solutions for the needs of businesses, industry, organizations and individuals. Corporate College will contribute to business success through talent development, organizational improvement, and increased productivity and profitability. With 30 campuses and more than 100 learning facilities statewide, Ivy Tech is readily accessible and has a proven track record of providing value-based solutions for thousands of businesses and students each year.
Source: Ivy Tech Community College