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2015 Central Oregon Impact Summit
Central Oregon Impact Summit (COIS) aims to provide programming and visibility for nonprofit organizations serving Central Oregon. Nonprofit organizations contribute significantly to the resilience of the region and we recognize that many could benefit from strategic business planning capacity to strengthen their effectiveness and sustainability. Application deadline has been extended until Friday, March 27th Learn more.
New Issues. New Answers. New World.
Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice. In a world that has been increasingly expanded by technology and an increased social consciousness, a breadth of new opportunities have arisen for the charitable sector. With those opportunities are also some significant challenges. Now more than ever, charitable organizations are embracing the need for standards of ethical practice that preserve and strengthen the public’s confidence. This public trust is the foundation upon which our sector draws our legitimacy as we strive to improve life in the communities we serve. Learn more.
PGE's Diversity Summit 2015 | April 7th
NAO is proud to join Portland General Electric to support the 2015 Diversity Summit. The Diversity Summit 2015 is the region's premier professional symposium for managers, human resource professionals, diversity specialists and employees interested in learning more about diversity programs and initiatives in the workplace. With 10-plus different workshops to choose from, you'll learn how to build a stronger, more competitive organization that reflects the diversity of your workforce and customer base. NAO Members recieve 15% off tickets! Register now! Learn more.
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