Bonner Young Professionals Track

Work on Purpose: Create a Career with Impact

Linda Kay Klein, Echoing Green

Room: LBC 108

In Echoing Green’s fun and engaging workshop, you learn simple, yet powerful, frameworks for creating a career that is uniquely right for you, and has a positive impact on the world around you.  These frameworks are based on the best practices of some of the world’s most successful changemakers—Echoing Green Fellows. Workshop activities are creative, lively, and dynamic, featuring group sharing and self-reflection. Each activity is specially designed to help you identify your innate gifts and abilities as well as what moves you most deeply, so you can create a life and career with impact.

SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 2012, BLOCK #4 9:00 AM-10:30 AM

Mining Your History to Reveal Your Future

Linda Kay Klein, Echoing Green

Room: LBC 213

In Echoing Green’s powerful workshop, you will dig deep into your past, uncovering clues that will help you create a vision for your future. Workshop activities are fun and dynamic, featuring group sharing and personal reflection. You will walk away from the workshop with a clearer picture of how to create a life and a career that is right for you, and good for the world around you.

SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 2012 BLOCK #5 10:45 AM-12:00 PM

Staying Engaged in the Movement

Andrew Burnett, Roosevelt Institute | Pipeline

Room: LBC 213

Roosevelt Institute | Pipeline, a nationwide network for young professionals, is dedicated to building a community of young progressives, engaging them in the progressive movement throughout their early careers, and fostering their leadership potential. Opportunities through Pipeline include chapter-based programming, service opportunities, and professional development along with a national Pipeline Fellows Program, designed to develop the next set of progressive Millennial public intellectuals. Roosevelt Institute | Pipeline will offer a training that provides the tools and the background that Millennials need to excel in their careers and create progressive change throughout their lifetimes.

SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 2012, BLOCK #6, 3:15PM-4:30 PM

Understanding Diverse Non-Profits Panel

Nefisah Sallim, Bonner Foundation

Room: LBC 213

Join us in this interactive session where we invite local community partners to discuss their experiences working in the non-profit sector. Panel instructor and workshop participants will have a chance to ask questions about the non-profit stereotypes and myths.

SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 2012, BLOCK #7, 9:00 AM-10:30 AM

Understanding Diverse Non-Profits

Nefisah Sallim, Bonner Foundation

Room: LBC 213

This highly interactive and informative session will give participants a chance to not only learn about the varying structures of non-profits organizations but to also discuss the stereotypes and myths associated. Thereafter participants will have a chance to build their own non-profit organizations and navigate through the day to day challenges that agencies face while trying to provide meaningful services to their community.




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