3 different dates and 3 different locations

Wednesday, March 8 – 4PM at the Chautauqua Institution (Meeting will take place at the Turner Community Center at 4840 W Lake Road (Rt 394), Chautauqua, NY 14722)
Wednesday, March 29 – 4PM at Herschell Carrousel Museum
Thursday, March 30 – 4PM at Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo

charitySTRONG’s mission is to assist charitable organizations in achieving the highest standards of board leadership, governance and oversight. They do this by providing training and educational resources for prospective and current nonprofit board members and chief executives and through an online board recruitment program which helps organizations seeking board members connect with community-minded individuals who want to participate in nonprofit board service.

Learn how charitySTRONG can help strengthen your organization by attending this FREE workshop which will cover their two programs:

onBOARD
onBOARD is our recruitment and matching service to connect New York State nonprofits, seeking to fill board vacancies, with director candidates. Using an online database, onBOARD offers a searchable “job board” for candidates and organizations.

Directors U
Directors U includes excellent, topical resources for current and prospective nonprofit board members and chief executives, developed by charitySTRONG and other highly regarded governance capacity building organizations. Accessible through Directors U, our signature online course, Good Practices for Good Boards, provides essential information on nonprofit board service in New York State. Good Practices is required for all candidates seeking placements, and all organizations registering with charitySTRONG are asked to have their sitting board members complete the course within one year.

Speaker: Laura Klein, Executive Director of charitySTRONG

RSVP at info@asiwny.org or call 716.362.8389 x512 and please indicate which DATE AND LOCATION you want to attend.

Part of the ASI professional development series, made possible by Fund for the Arts, Erie County, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.