201: Application

The 201 level focuses on building on or enhancing your existing knowledge of a subject through analysis, practice implementation, and/or deeper learning.

 

FRIDAY, SEPT 28

1:15 – 2:30 pm Early Afternoon Sessions:
Change Up Your Questions: Align Your Grantmaking Process With Your Values and Vision
Making the Case for Equity-Advancing Grantmaking
3:00 – 4:15 pm Late Afternoon Sessions:
For Impact: Get Your Team and Funding Processes on the Same Page
Reducing Barriers and Strengthening Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Youth Philanthropy

 

SATURDAY, SEPT 29

10:15 – 11:30 am Morning Sessions:
Maximize Your Impact When Saying Goodbye
Moving From Idea to Initiative
Why and How to Invest in Nonprofit Talent
1:45 – 3:00 pm Afternoon Sessions:
Ensure Your Grantee’s Organizational Strategy Includes a Revenue Strategy
How Grassroots Initiatives Can Have Global Reach and Impact
Ignore the Market’s Ups and Downs! Develop Targeted Returns
Integrating Feminism Into Philanthropy
The Local Impact Investment Opportunity

 

SUNDAY, SEPT 30

8:45 – 10:00 am Early Morning Sessions
Ready, Set, Engage! Crafting Interactive Learning Agendas
Turning Today’s News Into Tomorrow’s Grants
When Troubling Financials Lead to Creative Grantmaking
10:30 – 11:45 am Late Morning Sessions:
Engage the Right Talent at the Right Time to Maximize Grantmaking Impact
Moving Ahead With Advocacy and Policy: A Hands-On Workshop

 

 

Note about 2018 National Conference sessions: Sessions are designated as 101, 201, or 301. Here’s what to expect from each:

101 FundamentalsAssumes participants have limited or no prior knowledge of or experience with the subject

201 ApplicationFocused on building on or enhancing participants’ existing knowledge of a subject through analysis, practice implementation, and/or deeper learning

301 Thought LeadershipEngages participants’ experience/expertise in strategic, innovative, and/or complex subjects