Nonprofit Summer Camp

Nonprofit Summer Camp is an inexpensive way to receive the training you need in an amount of time you can work with. Every year we offer multiple workshops to choose from, networking/fun activities, lunch, and, of course, s’mores. This is where we prove that nonprofit management can and should be fun!

Thanks to everyone who came out to Nonprofit Summer Camp 2018!  We had 70+ people gather on July 19, 2018 for a fantastic day of learning, networking, and great food. 

Click here to see photos from 2018 Camp.

Thanks to our fantastic trainers who led this wonderful workshops:

Session One:
Equity and Inclusion: Intro to Trauma Informed Practice with Kendra Colburn
Introduction to Financial Literacy with Alex Fischer
What's Next for You? with Jenn Hayslett

Session Two:
How Can We Network and Support Each Other Using Circle? with Chris Meehan
Building Inclusive Online Communities with Sarah Pidgeon
Diversity in Non-Profit and Community Organizations with Nina Kunimoto, Maresa Nielson & Nicole Awwad

Session Three:
Narrative-Based Budgeting with Alex Fischer
Equity and Inclusion: Intro to Microaggressions with Kendra Colburn
Managing People and Managing Up with Sonia Silbert

See you next year at Nonprofit Summer Camp 2019!  If you have questions or want to be sure to receive information about upcoming programs, click here to express interest.

 

FAQs:

What are my parking options at the event?

Parking is available free and on-site.

Should I bring a lunch?

Snacks and lunch (and s'mores) are provided at Summer Camp.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

You do not have to bring your printed ticket to the event. 

What is the refund policy?

Access our Refund Policy here.  If you need to withdraw from camp, please alert business@gradschool.marlboro.edu as soon as possible. 

Who can I contact with any questions?

Please contact CNL@marlboro.edu with any questions.

What is the official camp handshake, and should I be practicing in my downtime before camp?

The official camp handshake is the "Vermont Handshake" and can only be learned at camp.