Your professional development opportunities for February

Ready to take your career to the next level? Here is a list of fellowships, webinars, and events happening in February.

Photo credit: Mark Brannan, Creative Commons/Flickr
Photo credit: Mark Brannan, Creative Commons/Flickr

Fellowship Opportunities. Consider applying for these fellowship opportunities, or checking out others that may interest you.

  • Contribute to the development and implementation of public policy in California with the Capital Fellows Program(February 15 deadline).
  • The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute is accepting applications for its Public Policy and Graduate Fellowships (February 15 deadline).
  • Want to help provide resources to under-served communities in Baltimore? Consider applying for the Baltimore Community Fellowships, which awards $60,000 over 18 months (March 1 deadline).

Nonprofit Marketing and Online Outreach. This month, enhance your organization’s reach by listening to advice from these experts.

Free Online Events and Resources. Take advantage of all the internet has to offer by listening in on a free webinar or downloading a free ebook, all related to social change.

  • Wondering how to use social networking to advance your career when you’re over 50? Join LinkedIn and for a special free webinar on How to Tap LinkedIn for Your Encore Career on February 27 at 11 a.m. ET.
  • You don’t have to leave your job to find professional development opportunities. Check out this list by Bridgespan of 52 things you can do at work to push yourself professionally.
  • Author Charlie Mitchell is offering readers a chance to download a free digital copy of the book “20 Ways to Develop Your Own Inspiring Social Enterprise.”

Local Events. Attend one of these in-person events, or visit to see if there are any events in your city during February.

What are you doing in February to grow professionally?

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