Wine, Dine and (L)EARN
Tuesday, November 5, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)
“Wine, dine, and learn” is an interactive, synergistic experience where social and professional development for the nonprofit sector meet, all while enjoying food and drink.
Learn more about how you can enhance your organization’s value and resources
Learn how money does not have to be a barrier to creating and sustaining a powerful and effective organization.
Your network can be your single most powerful asset. Come and expand your network. Network with other community leaders from across the nonprofit sector
Participate in group activities on cross-organizational learning topics facilitated by Dr. Dominica McBride
Encourage team-based learning
Those who work in or aspire to work in the nonprofit sector are welcome to join.
When & Where
Become, Inc and The Chicago School of Professional Psycology
About the Community Partnerships
Community Partnerships creates a bridge between the Chicago School of Professional Psychology and the local and global communities in which it resides. The bridge supports students, faculty, staff and community partners in their quest to create reciprocal learning, inspiration, engagement and service, and resulting in a transformational experience for all.
About Become, Inc
Our mission is to help communities reach their poten-tial by amplifying the impact of resources. We do this through training, education, coalition building, and Dynamic Evaluation. We work to inspire community involvement on all levels. We are committed to cre-ating thriving communities for a socially just world.
We are not only an organization but we are also a partner, visionary, and catalyst. We come together with communities that are marginalized and organizations to create the reality that they want and need. We see the flaws in the systems that exist today but also the value inherent within each person, group, organization, community, and society. We invoke those strengths and assets to build or realize some-thing greater until we achieve social justice, thriving people, and ultimately thriving communities.