“The workshops are designed to address the increased needs organizations are facing in 2023. More importantly, our top-level speakers offer practical and proven strategies for empowering nonprofits of all sizes and potential,” Marge Smith, Princeton Community Works
PRINCETON, N.J. (PRWEB) January 13, 2023
Princeton Community Works (PCW) is a dynamic, online conference designed specially to provide nonprofit boards, staff and volunteers with opportunities to learn more about nonprofit management, develop practical skills and network with other nonprofits. More than 25 NEW workshops will be offered along with perennial favorites over three days (January 30, 31 and February 1, 2023) at one inclusive and affordable registration fee of $20 per person. Participants can choose as many or as few workshops that fit their schedules.
“Moving Princeton Community Works online in response to the pandemic enabled us to grow it in size to over 700 attendees and expand our reach beyond our local geography,” explains Marge Smith, the founder of Princeton Community Works. “The heart of the conference is based on that each person has the capacity to help build their community. Princeton Community Works is committed to building skills and enable all people who want to make a difference to engage and connect,” added Marge Smith. “The workshops are designed to address the increased needs organizations are facing in 2023. More importantly, our top-level speakers offer practical and proven strategies for empowering nonprofits of all sizes and potential.”
Empowering Community: Inspire. Learn. Connect.
The theme of PCW 2023 - Empowering Community: Inspire. Learn. Connect. - will be infused throughout the conference to encourage more people than ever to engage actively with each other, gain inspiration and learn critical skills, all to empower their causes.
“Affordability is essential to empowering individuals, especially during these inflationary times. That’s why we have been very deliberate about keeping the registration fee low at $20 per person and offering scholarships,” explains Smith, who plans the annual event with a team of volunteers. “Volunteers, board, and staff are building a better world. They deserve the opportunity to hear from top speakers and receive the quality training to support their support important work.”
25 New Workshop Sessions in 2023
PCW 2023 is offering 25 NEW workshops in addition to core sessions that are essential for nonprofits and community building. Also new this year are mini, 30-minute Engage & Connect sessions that anyone can duplicate online or in-person to foster team building within their own groups.
- Advanced Technology and Innovation for Nonprofits
- Boosting Meeting Engagement: Stop wasting people’s time – Tools and Techniques
- Building and Managing a Budget in Uncertain Times
- Building Resiliency in Youth
- Building Trust
- Connecting Resources
- Creative Ways to Fundraise
- DEI - Implementing for Impact
- Developing High Functioning Committees
- Driven to Collaborate
- Fueling Up with Positive Energy
- Fundraising Family Feud
- Intentional Collaboration and Shared Resources
- Internal Communications Are we all on the same page?
- Marketing: Analytics, Social Media, and Public Relations – Getting Your Message Across
- Nonprofit Job Hunting
- Operating in a Hybrid Environment
- Strategic Planning, Implementation and Execution: Making it Happen
- Succession Planning: A Framework
- The Art of Delegation
- The Art of Making People Feel Valued
- Tips for County, State and Federal Government Grants: Learning the nuances of the application process
- Tools and Techniques for Recruiting and Retaining the Talent that Moves Your Organization Forward in a post-pandemic world
- Trends in Fundraising
- Whooo Are You?
- Work/Life Balance
- You CAN Take It with You!
Full workshop descriptions, speaker biographies and registration information can be found at http://www.PrincetonCommunityWorks.org/schedule.
To register, visit: https://www.princetoncommunityworks.org/register/
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