Wondering What’s After Your BoardConnect Training?
Stay Connected, Keep Learning, & Join a Board!
5 Steps to Take After Completing BoardConnect
Board Peer Circles are a great way to learn from and network with experienced board members within the Greater Mercer County area. Peer circles are open and free to BoardConnect alumni.
LeadershipConnect webinars feature nonprofit experts speaking on a variety of timely topics related to the nonprofit sector. These free webinars are a great way to stay informed and continue your learning.
Meet & Greets are held at the conclusion of each BoardConnect program and are open to all BoardConnect alumni regardless of whether you’ve attended one in the past. Nonprofits from the Greater Mercer County area who are actively seeking new board members attend, and it is a great opportunity to learn about current and future board opportunities. Register for our upcoming Meet & Greet.
Share your experience with colleagues and friends who may want to join a board or who might be interested in the training. Update your LinkedIn profile with your BoardConnect training and make a post about your experience on Twitter and Facebook. Don’t forget to give us a shout out by tagging us in your posts.
Here are a couple of articles and videos to help you continue learning about board membership:
- BoardSource: 10 Things Boards Do Right
- Harvard Business Review: How Nonprofits Can Keep Strategy Front and Center
- Joan Garry Consulting: Transforming Your Board from Difficult to Dynamic
- BoardSource: Four Tips from a First Time Board Chair