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Emerging Practitioners

A full day professional development workshop for Mid-Atlantic grantmakers taught by our region's experienced practitioners! 

We all have a voice. And we all have vibrant networks - friends, family, and peers that fuel our collective world. Join us to learn about how you can use your voice and community to advocate - beyond dollars - for the causes that matter most to you.
This webinar is the final webinar of a four part series.
This event is for CNJG Members only.

Sometimes it can be challenging to work with other groups, for example, with other committees or with adults. Learn skills to help facilitate meetings for effectiveness and make decisions as a team.
This webinar is the third of a four part series.
This event is for CNJG Members only.

Sculpture, music, dance… those are arts. Chemistry, biology, physics… those are sciences. But, what’s philanthropy? And who are you, the philanthropist?
This webinar is the second of a four part series.
This event is for CNJG Members only.

Join your fellow emerging leaders in NJ philanthropy (not just “under 42,” but new to the philanthropic sector), & the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network - NJ (YNPN-NJ) for a joint networking/happy hour mixer.

Giving with your family can be fun! Be inspired by the stories of a how a number of young people are involved in philanthropy, including grant making.
This webinar is the first of a four part series.
This event is for CNJG Members only.

Join your fellow emerging leaders in NJ philanthropy (not just “under 42,” but new to the philanthropic sector) for a haunted Happy Hour in Morristown [insert maniacal laughter]!

Join your fellow emerging leaders in NJ philanthropy (not just “under 42,” but new to the philanthropic sector) for a lunchtime discussion on personal philanthropy and how to balance it as a philanthropic professional.

We're sorry but this event has been canceled.

The topic for this meeting is inspired by the 2014 EPIP Conference panel discussion on race, gender, and philanthropy. A review of ABFE’s paper The Exit Interview: Perceptions on Why Black Professionals Leave Grantmaking Institutions will also be discussed.

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