Community Campus Connections: Academic programming for Nonprofits

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University of Regina - College Avenue Campus

2155 College Avenue

Regina, SK S4P 4V5

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Everything you wanted to know about nonprofit academic programming but were afraid to ask!

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Free Public Forum (which includes lunch and parking!)

11 a.m. to 4:30 pm.

Room 139, College Avenue Campus, University of Regina

Free parking in Lot 20 and 21

Nonprofit academic programming designed to help you and your organization succeed!

Everything you wanted to know about nonprofit academic programming but were afraid to ask!

Join the following university partners across the University of Regina and federated colleges for a showcase of nonprofit academic programming designed for the nonprofit and voluntary sector:

• Campion College’s Engaged Learning Program

• Enactus – Hill School of Business entrepreneurship and social innovation club

• Faculty of Arts Community Research Unit

• Faculty of Education Adult Education and Community Engagement Unit

• Johnson Shoyama Graduate School (Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Student Policy Shop).

• Luther College’s Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Studies Network

• Regina Public Interest Research Group

Agenda

11 am – 12:30 pm: Welcome and Introduction to Nonprofit Academic Programming

• Welcome by Knowledge Keeper Brenda Dubois

• Greetings from Dr. Vianne Timmons, U of R President

• Each partner organization will provide a brief overview of nonprofit academic programs and services.

12:30 – 1:00: Lunch

1:00 to 3:00 p.m: Learn about Nonprofit Academic Programming on Campus

• Interact with individual faculties/departments by going from table to table.

3:00 to 4:30 p.m. Think strategically about Academic Programming with Nonprofit Leaders

Join members of the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Studies Network Advisory Committee in a strategic conversation around the proposed vision, mission and strategic goals of the NVSSN to generate learning, research, and innovation in the sector. What does success in this context look like and how will we know if we are successful? What value must be returned to the sector and those those who invest resources to grow and sustain the program? And, can we work as a collective to measure and report out on the value returned from investment in nonprofit academic programming in mutually beneficial ways?

Lunch is sponsored by the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sectors Studies Network through the generous support it receives from the Community Initiatives Fund (CIF).

For more information contact Lynn Gidluck at (306) 585-4084 or lynn.gidluck@uregina.ca

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2155 College Avenue

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