1. Virtual Learning for Nonprofits

    First published in NTEN: Change (http://nten.org/NTENChange), March 2015, CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/) Virtual Learning for Nonprofits By Sophia Guevara, Social Media Fellow, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) Professional development is important to keep one current and marketable in today’s job market.  With my background in distance learning and interest in...

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  2. Webinar Recap: Social Justice Trends in New Media: How New Civil Rights Movements Take Shape

    Wednesday, March 18, 2015 EPIP Webinar| Social Justice Trends in New Media: How New Civil Rights Movements Take Shape Social Justice Trends in New Media: How New Civil Rights Movements Take Shape What takes places after the hashtag?  When you post your support in a comment or a 10 second...

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  3. Increasing Influence and Measuring Impact for Organizational Social Media

    This  is a re-post of content from the RE:Philanthropy blog.  An article recently published in Research & Development shared how  researchers are using social media to draw attention to their research.  Discussing their work with reporters and sharing on social media seemed to increase the likelihood that one’s research is...

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  4. Organizational Learning and Leadership

     INTERGENERATION is a dynamic intergenerational group of funders, organizational development practitioners, and nonprofit leaders working to transform thinking and practice about leadership and leadership development. Since 2011, we have been finding, elevating and strengthening examples of collaborative leadership in the Philadelphia region, making connections between collaborative leadership and enhanced impact...

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  5. Reflections from CommonGood Careers event: two trends worth sharing

    Blogpost by Caitlin Fisher, co-chair of EPIP Boston A few weeks ago EPIP Boston hosted an exclusive member only event, entitled “Think Strategically About Your Career in Philanthropy” with Kevin Flynn, Vice President of Recruitment and Candidate Services at CommonGood Careers,a national recruiting firm specializing in nonprofit and philanthropic placements.Kevin’s insight...

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  6. Grantmaking School Courses

    EPIP Members, We wanted to remind you of a member benefit that is yours to take advantage of. The Grantmaking School gives $250 in discounts to current EPIP members in good standing. Take advantage of the following courses: Advanced Grant Portfolio Management-Aug. 20-21 in New Orleans, LA Grant Financial Analysis-Sept...

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