The EPIP-SD Giving Circle, formed in March 2018, is excited to announce its first grant to San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN). Our Giving Circle was designed to bring together emerging social change leaders interested in personally supporting San Diego nonprofits that are working toward equity and social justice in the region.
In response to membership feedback, EPIP Bay Area is proud to launch the pilot of a new Mentorship Program to connect young, emerging professionals in philanthropy with experienced practitioners in order to expand networks, deepen learning opportunities, and strengthen professional development.
Inspired by EPIP National’s strategic framework and similar programs hosted by EPIP Boston, EPIP DC, and EPIP LA, the Bay Area chapter sees this as an opportunity to support our members in their internal and external advocacy and our shared commitment to equity and social justice in philanthropy.
The inaugural 2018-2019 cohort includes up to 10 emerging and mid-level leaders and up to 10 seasoned professionals who are paired for one-on-one Mentoring Partnerships.Read more
EPIP LA is thrilled to announce that it is accepting applications for its sixth year of the Mentorship Program. Through its Mentorship Program, EPIP LA aims to provide participants with the tools needed to develop and maintain meaningful connections with experienced leaders and their peers.
The EPIP LA Mentorship program connects emerging leaders in the philanthropic field with a seasoned leader to serve as a mentor and like-minded peers to support them on their journey.Read more
Webinar Recap - "Dissonance & Disconnects" Report Briefing
Originally aired on September 27, 2018Read more
The EPIP LA Chapter is now recruiting Steering Committee members. Please read more here about responsibilities, opportunities and details on how to apply.Read more
Applications to join the Washington DC EPIP Chapter Steering Committee are open until October 20, 2018. Please apply here!Read more
This piece, written by Tory Martin of the Johnson Center, reflects on the 2018 EPIP National Conference. We are pleased to have the opportunity to share it with the EPIP community here. For more from the Johnson Center, listen to Let's Not Get Coffee, the most recent episode of their Field Notes in Philanthropy podcast, which was recorded live at the EPIP conference.Read more
Drawing from our info session and the inquiries we’ve fielded by phone and email, EPIP DC has compiled the following list of frequently asked questions for applicants. Don’t see an answer to your question here or in the program overview? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance!Read more
This piece was originally published as part of Living Cities' C.A.R.E - Conversations About Racial Equity multimedia report. We felt it would resonate strongly with EPIP members and share it here.Read more
EPIP DC is proud to pilot a new mentorship program to help cultivate strategic, supportive relationships for professional and leadership development in our local network and philanthropic community.
Inspired by EPIP National’s strategic framework and the mentorship programs hosted by EPIP Boston and EPIP LA, the DC chapter sees this as an opportunity to support our members in their internal and external advocacy and our shared commitment to equity and social justice in philanthropy.
The inaugural 2018-2019 cohort includes 10 emerging and mid-level leaders and 10 seasoned professionals who are paired for one-on-one Mentoring Partnerships. The program spans 7 months from September 2018 to March 2019 with a commitment of 2-3 hours per month, including monthly one-on-one meetings for Mentoring Partners, group social activities and networking events, and VIP space at chapter events.Read more