FEBRUARY 2016

 

ANA Workshop #9
HOW TO NEGOTIATE EVENT SPACE
DATE: Wednesday, February 17, 2016
TIME:  Check In   9:00am  |   Workshop   9:30am – 11:30am
LOCATION: Phoenix Pride LGBT Center
801 N. 2nd Avenue, Phoenix, AZ  85003
COST: $39 per person

The location of your event is central to its success.  But, how do you negotiate with a resort so that you can actually make money? Traci Mead, Director of Catering at the Omni Montelucia might have the answer.  Her winning career has included leadership at illustrious properties such as the Ritz-Carlton, Arizona Biltmore and The Phoenician.  She will share her insights into how to secure event space, structure favorable contracts and plans for a successful event.  If you don’t know what a BEO is or plus-plus, this workshop is a must.  Learn catering trade vocabulary, contract requirements, procedures and steps to take when putting together any major event at a resort.  From a community breakfast to a black-tie gala, your event starts with the catering and sales department.  Get the insider’s perspective from one of Arizona’s leaders in high-end resort catering.
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ANA Workshop #10
CONFESSIONS OF A DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
DATE: Thursday, February 18, 2016
TIME:  Check In   9:00am  |   Workshop   9:30am – 11:30am
LOCATION: Phoenix Pride LGBT Center
801 N. 2nd Avenue, Phoenix, AZ  85003
COST: $39 per person

Nonprofits depend on funding to open their doors for service and the Development Director is often the key if not the doorbell to gaining entry.  What does a Development Director do?  How do they handle the stress of fundraising and manage their relationships.  What is the CFRE designation and what does the demanding Development Director career path look like?  Learn from our master panelists, Jerry Diaz, CFRE, of Ronald McDonald House Charities Phoenix, Michele Shipitofsky, CFRE, of Gabriel’s Angels and Tina Lopez of Save The Family.  These highly regarded and successful Valley development professionals will give their candid perspectives on one of the nonprofit sectors most demanding jobs.
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ANA Workshop #11
THE MILLENNIAL MIND: YOUR STAFF, VOLUNTEERS & DONORS
DATE: Tuesday, February 23, 2016
TIME:  Check In   9:00am  |  Workshop   9:30am – 11:30am
LOCATION: Franciscan Renewal Center – The Casa
5802 E. Lincoln Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85253
COST: $39 per person

The Millennial Generation now accounts for 1 in 3 American workers.  They are vastly different from other generations causing the rest of society to think about different approaches.  Learn what this strong market is thinking about, motivated by and searching for when it comes to the nonprofit sector.  Learn about communication techniques and actions that will connect you to this enormous and unique generation.  Millennials are your staff members, clients, leaders, board members, volunteers and donors.  If you don’t know what engages them to philanthropy, then you might just be missing a major segment of the nonprofit sector.
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ANA Workshop #12
GETTING MEDIA COVERAGE FOR YOUR EVENT
DATE: Thursday, February 25, 2016
TIME:  Check In   9:00am  |  Workshop   9:30am – 11:30am
LOCATION: Phoenix Pride LGBT Center
801 N. 2nd Avenue, Phoenix, AZ  85003
COST: $39 per person

So you and your team, along with volunteers had worked hard for the past year to achieve the perfect fundraising event.  The problem is that only those at the event will ever know anything about it!  What can you do to engage the media in covering your event?  Learn about pre-coverage, post coverage on on-site media ops.  Learn about Save The Date communications and calendar notices that help the media plan coverage.  The workshop will unlock some of the daunting paths to connecting with today’s media so that your event will get the coverage it deserves and get media attention that promotes your nonprofit.
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MARCH 2016

 

ANA Workshop #13
DEVELOPING AND MANAGING AN INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
DATE: Thursday, March 3, 2016
TIME:  Check In   9:00am  |  Workshop   9:30am – 11:30am
LOCATION: Save The Family
435 N. Hibbert, Mesa, AZ  85201
COST: $39 per person

Internships are now part of the educational experience, with several university programs demanding student participation as a requirement for graduation.  Before you get excited about free labor getting you coffee every morning and picking up dry cleaning, get the facts on how internship programs really work.  Learn about managing expectations, assigning duties, costs associated with operating a program and how to give and receive value for the investment.  From labor laws and stipends to setting standards and responsibilities, strong strategies and policies will make your internship program successful for everyone involved.
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ANA Workshop #14
EFFECTIVE MEETING STRATEGIES
DATE: Tuesday, March 8, 2016
TIME: Check In 9:00am | Workshop 9:30am – 11:30am
LOCATION: Phoenix Pride LGBT Center
801 N. 2nd Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003
COST: $39 per person

Are your nonprofit meetings unproductive, frustrating and exhausting? Get rid of meetings that go on for hours and hours. Learn how to structure your meetings for success, achievement and maximum results. Wendy Farrell, M.S. of Skill Shop Corporate Training will give you the tools to run the perfect meeting. From board to staff meetings, learn techniques for keeping on track, building accountability and even inspiring your team. When nonprofit meetings are a drudge, nothing gets done. Worse, you can turn away vital community partners, volunteers and stakeholders from engaging with your mission. Get on the agenda of running the best meetings!
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ANA Workshop #20 -TUC
TUCSON – THE MILLENNIAL MIND: YOUR STAFF, VOLUNTEERS & DONORS
DATE: Tuesday, March 29, 2016
TIME:  Check In   9:00am  |  Workshop   9:30am – 11:30am
LOCATION: Tucson Police Department
Westside Police Service Center – Rillito Room
1310 W. Miracle Mile   Tucson, AZ  85705
COST: $49 per person

The Millennial Generation now accounts for 1 in 3 American workers.  They are vastly different from other generations causing the rest of society to think about different approaches.  Learn what this strong market is thinking about, motivated by and searching for when it comes to the nonprofit sector.  Learn about communication techniques and actions that will connect you to this enormous and unique generation.  Millennials are your staff members, clients, leaders, board members, volunteers and donors.  If you don’t know what engages them to philanthropy, then you might just be missing a major segment of the nonprofit sector.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

 

ANA Workshop #21 -TUC
TUCSON – WHAT CORPORATE SPONSORS REALLY WANT
DATE: Tuesday, March 29, 2016
TIME:  Check In   1:00pm  |  Workshop   1:30pm – 3:30pm
LOCATION: Tucson Police Department
Westside Police Service Center – Rillito Room
1310 W. Miracle Mile   Tucson, AZ  85705
COST: $49 per person

Understanding what corporate sponsors are looking for is key to developing long term relationships.  Get the inside view to ROI, sponsorship exposure and partnership values.  If you know what sponsors are seeking, then your relationships can be mutually beneficial and long lasting.  What corporate partners are searching for might just surprise you.  Keep your sponsorships relationships strong and committed.  This is one of Arizona Nonprofit Academy’s most popular workshops that connects nonprofits to major organizations that are critical to funding nonprofits.
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ANA Workshop #22 -TUC
TUCSON – DEVELOPING AND MANAGING AN INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
DATE: Wednesday, March 30, 2016
TIME:  Check In   9:00am  |  Workshop   9:30am – 11:30am
LOCATION: Tucson Police Department
Westside Police Service Center – Rillito Room
1310 W. Miracle Mile   Tucson, AZ  85705
COST: $49 per person

Internships are now part of the educational experience, with several university programs demanding student participation as a requirement for graduation.  Before you get excited about free labor getting you coffee every morning and picking up dry cleaning, get the facts on how internship programs really work.  Learn about managing expectations, assigning duties, costs associated with operating a program and how to give and receive value for the investment.  From labor laws and stipends to setting standards and responsibilities, strong strategies and policies will make your internship program successful for everyone involved.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

 

ANA Workshop #23 -TUC
TUCSON – SECURING AND MANAGING NAMING RIGHTS
DATE: Wednesday, March 30, 2016
TIME:  Check In   1:00pm  |  Workshop   1:30pm – 3:30pm
LOCATION: Tucson Police Department
Westside Police Service Center – Rillito Room
1310 W. Miracle Mile   Tucson, AZ  85705
COST: $49 per person

What’s in a name?  It turns out there is plenty and it makes money.  Learn how to determine your naming rights assets and inventory what you have to name.  A sustainable approach to naming rights can be a logical path to supporting your operations.  Get ideas on how to market naming rights, approach community partners and develop strategies that produce results for everyone.  Learn about the legal issues that surround the naming rights process, including contracts, conditions and management. We will share samples of naming rights decks and solicitations that will help you start the process!
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APRIL 2016

 

ANA Workshop #NBBC2
NONPROFIT BOARD BOOT CAMP
DATE: Saturday, April 23, 2016
TIME: Check In 7:00am | Workshop 7:30am – 11:45am
LOCATION: Blue Cross Blue Shield Administration – Customer Care Building
2444 W Las Palmaritas Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85021
COST: EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT – $89 per person until March 31, 2016
$119 per person after April 1, 2016

Be the best Board Member you can be! Learn about board governance, get the facts on financial issues and understand the different between fundraising and development. During this fast-paced half day boot camp you will learn about S.O.X. and how to keep yourself protected from making illegal actions. With lots of tools, speakers and exercises, you will leave this workshop better prepared to serve your nonprofit’s mission.

Become a NPO Ambassador naturally and develop your network pipeline. Our workshop starts early troopers so get there at 7:00am and enjoy a Continental breakfast with breaks throughout the morning. The Nonprofit Boot Camp is presented by sponsors: Valley Leadership, Leader Link, Arizona Nonprofit Academy, Eide Bailly and Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Get your camo on get ready to serve the nonprofit community.  Now drop and give us your time! BOOYAH!
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JUNE 2016

 

ANA Workshop #NBBC3
NONPROFIT BOARD BOOT CAMP
DATE: Saturday, June 11, 2016
TIME: Check In 7:00am | Workshop 7:30am – 11:45am
LOCATION: Blue Cross Blue Shield Administration – Customer Care Building
2444 W Las Palmaritas Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85021
COST: EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT – $89 per person until May 15, 2016
$119 per person after May 16, 2016

Be the best Board Member you can be! Learn about board governance, get the facts on financial issues and understand the different between fundraising and development. During this fast-paced half day boot camp you will learn about S.O.X. and how to keep yourself protected from making illegal actions. With lots of tools, speakers and exercises, you will leave this workshop better prepared to serve your nonprofit’s mission.

Become a NPO Ambassador naturally and develop your network pipeline. Our workshop starts early troopers so get there at 7:00am and enjoy a Continental breakfast with breaks throughout the morning. The Nonprofit Boot Camp is presented by sponsors: Valley Leadership, Leader Link, Arizona Nonprofit Academy, Eide Bailly and Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Get your camo on get ready to serve the nonprofit community. Now drop and give us your time! BOOYAH!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!