MinnCAN is sponsoring T2P2’s improv conversation with Sondra Samuels, CEO of the Northside Achievement Zone. T2P2 and Samuels will talk about new models for education, what works and what doesn’t, during this free show.
Think Like a Futurist Launch Party
Pollenite Cecily Sommers’ book, Think Like a Futurist, is launching at CoCo, the Minneapolis collaborative workspace. The night includes cocktails, future trivia, and author remarks.
The Humphrey School of Public Affairs presents a post-election analysis featuring Vin Weber and Margaret Anderson Kelliher. Moderated by Professor Larry Jacobs, the conversation will bring insight from campaign insiders, legislative experts, and political science junkies together for an in-depth look at state and national election results.
From Fool’s Gold to Financial Integrity
The Center for Ethical Business Cultures presents this public forum to reflect on the lessons and insights on the banking and financial crisis gleaned by Joe Nocera, one of America’s leading business journalist and columnist for the New York Times.
The Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce will recognize the finalists for the 2012 Deubener Awards at the Fourth Annual Chamber Honors Gala. They will honor five local businesses for their outstanding achievement and distinguish three individuals whose leadership and volunteerism merit praise from the community. The evening includes hors d’oeuvres, entertainment, good conversation, and a champagne toast honoring the recipients.
November 13, 14, & 15
Women at the Top® Words of Wisdom from Successful Women Who Have Made It On Their Own Terms Interview Series
Join the Women at the Top® Network virtually for 30 minutes of inspirational conversation each day with successful women who have reached the top of their industry.
Give to the Max Day Happy Hour Celebration
To celebrate the community spirit of giving, GiveMN is hosting this happy hour on Give to the Max Day from 5:30 to 7 at Stir Crazy in the Mall of America. All nonprofit professionals are invited to join this celebration of giving and community.
Freed Speech Variety Show
Two weeks after the election, the St. Thomas Law School is presenting this free variety show aimed at bringing both sides of the political spectrum together.
Hamline University’s Master in Public Administration Program is inaugurating its “Women in Public Service” Series with a conference focused on “Contributions, Collaborations and Connections.” Speakers will explore the changing role of women in government as both our government and our demographics evolve.
The Organic Field School is hosting a fall fundraiser featuring craft beers, artisan cheese selections, local wines, and seasonal delights. A major portion of the proceeds will help support OFS and its beginning farmers.
Social Innovation Lab: Vulnerability as a Resource for Social Innovation
The December Social Innovation Lab will explore how can we draw on vulnerability as a resource for innovation personally, organizationally, and in complex systems. The Social Innovation Lab is a place for community change makers to get new thinking, tools and connections to advance their work.
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