Register today for the seventh annual
INCS Teacher Job Fair
brought to you by the Illinois Network of Charter Schools. Meet schoolleaders from more than forty innovative public schools – includingcharter and district schools from Chicago, Greater Illinois andNorthwest Indiana. School leaders and teacher candidates alikedescribe this as the one job fair they don’t want to miss.
Registration for teachers is free, but advancedregistration and submission of an electronic resume is required. Socialworkers, guidance counselors, school leaders, and others seeking staffpositions in charter schools are also welcome to register.
Visitwww.tfaforms.com/231921to start teacher registration.
Please have a PDF or Word version of your resume on hand at time of registration
PAUSE: Creating a Legacy of Hope for our Daughters
Hosted by: Demoiselle 2 Femme NFPDate: March 10, 2012Time: 12-2pmLocation: DuSable Museum Auditorium Illinois Black Legislators’Auditorium 740 East 56th PlaceCost: FreeWe are calling all mothers, daughters, women and girls to “pause” fromyour Saturday activities of shopping, salon appointments, televisionshows, etc. as we come together in recognition of National Women andGirls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. Communities of color are in anextreme health crisis and we must create a legacy of good health topass on to future generations. Join us for an engaging symposiumdesigned for women and girls ages 12 and up! Receive your call toaction plan and toolkit to assist you in empowering other women andgirls to PAUSE!
Hosted by: Spertus InstituteDate: March 12, 2012Time: 9:30am-3pmLocation: Wilmette Public Library, 1242 Wilmette Avenue, WilmetteCost: $129This workshop, which takes place at the Wilmette Public Library, willhelp you and your organization be more competitive in today’scomplex fundraising environment. It is taught by Dr. Karin Baird,Advisor, Faculty Chair, and Acting Director of the Spertus Master ofScience in Nonprofit Management degree program. Dr. Baird hasbeen teaching nonprofit professionals at Spertus for more than 10years, sharing her own considerable expertise in the nonprofit arena.Learn more and register
The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children: Understanding theIssue, Identifying Victims, and Treatment Implications
Hosted by: The Night Ministry and the National Runaway SwitchboardDate: March 13, 2012Time: 8:30am-12pmLocation: The Night Ministry, 4711 N. Ravenswood Ave.Cost: $25 for one person, four staff can attend for $75Part of the Youth and Resilience Professional Development TrainingSeries. Each year in Chicago, approximately 16,000 - 20,000individuals are impacted by the sex trade. The majority of theseindividuals enter as youth, with 35% entering before the age of fifteen.The criminal justice system often fails victims, the social servicecommunity remains unaware of their specific needs, and thecommunity remains largely ignorant of the real issues they face.Registration Contact: Ashleigh Hill 773-506-3611 email@example.com.Click here for more information.
Promoting Youth Health and Wellness
Hosted by: The Center for Experiential LearningDate: March 13Time: 4-5:30PMLocation: 26 East PearsonCost: Free
You will be matched with agrantmaker, who will reviewyour proposal before the event.
Deadline for proposalsubmissions is Friday, March16
Apply for the LeadershipInstitute - March 20th
So you want to be anExecutive Director? A nonprofitleader in Chicago? ExecutiveService Corps is pleased toannounce we are nowaccepting applications for the2012 class of "So You Want tobe an Executive Director?," thepremier program of theLeadership Institute, offeredexclusively to members ofYNPN Chicago currentemployed with a non-profitorganization. Learn how to
manage staff, work with aboard of directors, prioritizeendless demands, raisemoney, plan a budget, andmarket your work! Thedeadline to apply is March20, 2012 at 5pm - lateapplications will not beaccepted.Learn more andapply
Call for Nominations - YoungNonprofit Professional andMentor of the Year Awards -March 23
YNPN Chicago is solicitingnominations for its annualYoung Nonprofit Professionalof the Year Award. This awardrecognizes a young nonprofitprofessional who has made anoutstanding contribution to theChicago nonprofit sectorthrough exemplary leadershipat his or her organization orthrough broader involvementin the Chicago nonprofit sector.The Mentor of the Year awardrecognizes someone whoprovides exemplarymentorship for young nonprofitprofessionals in Chicago. Thisis someone who is active in thepersonal and professionaldevelopment
of emergingnonprofit leaders. Bothawards will be presented atYNPN Chicago's 11thAnniversary Celebration.Learn more and nominate
Kraft Free Family Night - PlanAhead for your 2012 Visit!
Join us for Kraft Free FamilyNight, 5-8pm every Thursday,when museum admission isfree for all visitors. Groups of15 or more must book ahead.