Linda Froehlich, a New Yorker, candidly shares the story of her 18 month search and successful landing.
Check out The Theater of Public Policy’s upcoming shows this fall, with topics including the role of science in public policy, the creative class, education in Minnesota, and more.
GiveMN has opened a new giving initiative, aimed at fundraising for schools. Check out Schools on GiveMN.
The Minnesota Do-Gooders Club has a new website with a monthly podcast and blog posts with tips and resources for Minnesota nonprofit marketers.
Pollenite Vikas Narula reflects on leaving full time day job to focus on his start-up Keyhubs, and the role his wife played in his success.
Project SUCCESS Founder and Executive Director Adrienne Diercks was interviewed for the September (and final) issue of Twin Cities METRO Magazine. The article, entitled Gap Year(s), How Minnesota’s educational achievement gap will plague our future, addresses the importance of investing more resources toward solving Minnesota’s well-documented achievement gap, which is one of the largest in the country.
The Humphrey School has announced their 6th Annual Local Government Innovation Awards with Incommons. The awards are now accepting entries recognizing the creative ways counties, cities and schools are making Minnesota better and doing things differently through innovation and service re-design. This year, Minnesotans can cast their vote to help determine the entrant that will receive $25,000 to continue local government innovation and redesign work. To start working on your entry go to www.InCommons.org/LGIA
Marketplace reports on why the Arab Spring didn’t topple Morocco’s King.
Calls to Action
Do you have a technology skill or a communication strategy you’d like to share with other nonprofit leaders? Are you able to talk about complicated technology tools in simple and interesting ways? Does your nonprofit use technology in an innovative way that would inspire others to follow your lead? The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN) and MAP for Nonprofits (MAP) are seeking your proposals and ideas for breakout sessions at the 2013 Nonprofit Technology and Communications Conference.
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