If you’ve been wondering how to amp up your professional development pursuits this summer and are seeking a low-cost alternative to traveling to a conference, you might just be in luck! While attending a conference might typically bring to mind packing, plane tickets, and in-person networking, there are other professional development options that can provide similar benefits. Have you ever considered a virtual summit?
The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) National Conference & Leaders Institute is an annual event that brings together YNPN leaders from across the country for three days of networking, professional development, and chapter collaboration. While this year’s conference will be held in the social sector heart of the Pacific Northwest: Portland, Oregon, a virtual component will be offered for the first time, ever.
Like its live counterpart, the virtual conference is a professional development opportunity for emerging leaders across the country. With the virtual option, you’ll be engaging with your peers online and watching plenary sessions from the live event in Portland for a full day of programming on Friday, August 5th. Virtual conference participants will also have the chance to attend workshops designed specifically for the online audience.
When you sign up for this exciting opportunity, you gain access to sessions such as Designing Your Blueprint for Meaningful Work (presented by Arthur Woods, Co-Founder of Imperative), and the live-streamed plenary, “What the Bleep is Social Good?” (by Vu Le, Executive Director and Writer, Rainier Valley Corps and Nonprofit with Balls).
Learn more and sign up today! Enjoy the virtual conference!