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Developing New Programming for Small and New Nonprofits

Thursday, July 28, 09:30 AM - Thursday, July 28, 2022, 11:30 AM
Thursday, July 28, 2022, 09:30 AM - 11:30 AM
VirtualLive/Online
Fee: $45 for MCN members / $65 for nonmembers

Starting a new program for a small or new nonprofit can be a daunting experience. Organizations often find gaps in their current offerings and feel overwhelmed by how to make changes or create new programs, especially when resources are tight.

This training will help you understand the important components of creating new programs and share practical steps to launching them successfully. 

This information rich virtual session will explore: 

  • Nonprofit programming: what it is and how it’s differentiated from other activities of your organization
  • Defining your program’s people and purpose
  • Program budgets
  • Low-key evaluation practices

Event Details

This session will be recorded. The recording will be made available to registrants after the live event.

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State Association Partners

This event is presented in partnership with Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, Association of Kansas Nonprofits, Common Good Vermont, Kentucky Nonprofit Network, Maine Association of Nonprofits, Nonprofit Association of Washington, North Carolina Center for Nonprofits, North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations, Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, West Virginia Nonprofit Association.

Speaker Information

Sam StahlmannSam Stahlmann­ (she/her/hers) is a musician and nonprofit administrator from the Twin Cities. She has worked in nonprofit arts management for almost 10 years, serving as co-executive director of She Rock She Rock and the director of development & marketing for KFAI community radio. She is currently the panel & events manager at the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council. Sam also serves on the nominations committee for the Girls Rock Camp Alliance, an international membership network of youth-centered arts and social justice organizations. Sam plays guitar, bass, and sings in local, DIY bands, and is extremely passionate about creating equitable opportunities in the music industry. She lives in Minneapolis on stolen Dakota land.

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