Our fall has been busy! We have been experiencing unprecedented demand for our school-based youth programs as school officials report increases in concerning student behaviors, likely as a result from the many pandemic disruptions in schooling. Additionally, we brought our Training Institute both to Maine’s Tribal communities and to Boston’s Seaport District, and we’ve been honored to find that many local organizations would like to have us make short presentations to them. We have recently presented to the following:
Bowdoin College hosted a nonprofits panel at the McKeen Center for the Common Good. There were roughly 25 students in the room, all of whom had excellent and interesting questions.
Rotary Club of Freeport asked us to talk for roughly half an hour at one of their morning meetings. They wanted to learn more about our work and how we teach. They loved our “toy activity.”
Boston’s Young Nonprofits Professional Network hosted a panel of managers from a variety of Boston-area nonprofits—and us! The approximately 20 people in attendance learned about our work and our plans to bring the Training Institute to Boston.
Please contact us if you would like us to present—in person or online—to your community group. If you’d like to experience a Training Institute yourself, please join us in Portland on December 6 and 7 (more info and registration here).