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Social Media, Storytelling, and More at the N.C. Center for Nonprofits' Conference & Public Policy Forum

Judy H.
Chapel Hill, NC
I'm posting this message for Paula Jones.

I’d like to tell you about a major event for those of us serving the nonprofit sector — the N.C. Center for Nonprofits’ 2010 Conference & Public Policy Forum for North Carolina’s Nonprofit Sector, Nonprofits in a New Reality, on September 29-30, in Research Triangle Park. Join nonprofit staff, board, volunteers, and foundation, business, and government leaders for two full days packed with new ideas, timely information, and great networking.

This year’s line-up of speakers and topics is designed to help you retool and retrain for the new reality. This year is special because we’ve partnered with NTEN to offer a full day workshop on We Are Media. Wednesday also has in-depth workshops on storytelling with national guru Andy Goodman, and an important update on laws governing nonprofits. The second day will include an intensive Executive Director/CEO Forum, a conversation with Gov. Beverly Perdue, a “Forum for the Final Candidates for the U.S. Senate,” many session topics, and popular features like “Curbside Consultants” and “Lunch with Grantmakers.”

The Center has cut as much as possible from registration fees to help you save money and bring more people from your nonprofit. You can choose between the full conference or just one day to stretch your training dollars. Center Members that register by the Early Bird deadline of July 1 can attend the full two-day conference for just $199.

We appreciate the invaluable work you do and hope that you will be at the Center’s conference to share information with colleagues from across North Carolina and emerge revitalized for your important work.



Thank you for trusting the N.C. Center for Nonprofits

Paula G. Jones
Director of Technology and Administration
N.C. Center for Nonprofits
919-790-1555, ext. 120
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