Upcoming Programs & Events
Nonprofit - University Partnerships: Where Do I Start?
A "Marketing Meet Up" Conversation!
Tuesday, November 12 from noon to 1
Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa
This session will outline various ways nonprofit organizations can connect with faculty and students at UNI to form partnerships for projects, focusing specifically on partnerships for marketing purposes. Specific examples from courses will be shared outlining the benefits for both the agency and the students. One of the perhaps unexpected benefits is the learning about workplace communication that occurs not only for students but for organizational clients. Please
- Dr. Julianne Gassman, Director of Community Engagement and Associate Professor in the Department of Health, Recreation and Community Services
- Dr. Adrienne Lamberti, Associate Professor in Languages and Literatures
Make Your Voice Heard: Nonprofit Legislative Forum
Friday, December 6, 2019
Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa (3117 Greenhill Cir, Cedar Falls)
The Cedar Valley Nonprofit's annual conversation
with our elected
officials is a great opportunity to let your voice be heard directly by those representing the greater Cedar Valley. The event is timed just prior to the legislative s
ession and it offers a chance to have real conversations about decisions that are being discussed in Des Moines and how they have impacts on the daily lives of Black Hawk County representatives. Presented in an intimate format, the annual Legislative Forum helps keep our representatives informed about the nonprofit sector and the people we serve. It's a don't miss event!
A CVNA Shared Resource Benefit from
Join Idealware on November 5 for a panel discussion about Digital Literacy, inspired by Idealware's publication, 'Digital Skillsets: An Imperative for Today's Nonprofit Leaders. ' Karen Graham, Director of Education & Outreach for Tech Impact, will lead a panel discussion about why a proactive approach to embracing technology is critical for your organization's success, how technology is changing how we work, the advantages it provides, what kinds of digital skills nonprofit leaders need and how can they acquire them.
Accidental Techie: How to Support Your NonProfit Without an IT Background
When: November 7 - November 21
Time: 1 - 2:30pm Eastern (Thursdays), 3 sessions
Position: Executive Director
The Max and Helen Guernsey Charitable Foundation is
seeking an Executive Director. The successful candidate will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of our organization, ensuring that it is operating
efficiently and effectively as well as working with the board of
directors, non-profits and the public. Learn more
Position: Driver/Warehouse Coordinator
Status: Full-time, non-exempt
Schedule: Monday-Thursday 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM, Friday 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Reports to: Building & Transportation Manager
This position is responsible for safe and efficient daily warehouse operations, delivery of food to clients, and pick up of donations from donors in the Food Bank service area. Learn more online here.
Position: Culinary Programs Manager
Status: Full-time, non-exempt
Reports to: Director of Compliance and Operations
J0b Summary: The primary objective of this position is to manage the development, implementation and day-to-day operations of the Northeast Iowa Food Bank commercial kitchen. The Culinary Programs Manager manages and maximizes productivity of the kitchen and coordinates all related culinary activities. The Culinary Programs Manager is responsible for the overall operations of the kitchen. This position will also work closely with partner agencies to ensure compliance and build capacity within their programs.
Learn more online
Are you Hiring or Awarding Money?
Consider posting your job or funding opportunity
Submit Job postings
Email your funding opportunities to
UNI Nonprofit Leadership Alliance is asking organizations to submit proposals for service learning partnerships
that can be completed by UNI students (in collaboration with your agency) over the 2020 spring semester.
Need Print & Digital Marketing Help?
The University of Northern Iowa Professional Writing Program is in need of individual and organizational clients for
Spring 2020 courses who wish to have print and digital publications created. These publications could include newsletters, brochures, flyers, proposals, report documents, websites and exhibition storyboards.
If you are interested in being a client, please contact Dr. A. Lamberti at
for more information.
Professional Writing at UNI
Save the Date
NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY DAY
Mark your calendar for
Thursday, November 14
for the 2019 Recognition Luncheon. More details can be found here:
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FUNDING for your UNI Interns?