Planning Ahead: Charting Your Career Path to Best Benefit You and Your Organization

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Have you identified the next step in your career? In fundraising and nonprofit work, it is often challenging to identify your career path. Will you do the same job forever? Are you interested in someday having a leadership role at your organization? Are you looking to grow within your current organization? Are you looking to find the right experiences to get ready for the next level?
Speakers Theresa Nihill, chief operating officer of Metropolitan Family Services and Laura Stokes-Gray of Stokes-Gray Consulting will share their experiences in the nonprofit sector. The program will include how long-term career planning will allow you to grow within your organization and will identify what skills you may need to develop on the job or outside of your position.

Registration is limited to 50 attendees and closes at noon on January 17, 2017.

Please note, due to security procedures at Metropolitan Family Services DuPage, there will be no late registration allowed and no walk-in registration. Thank you for understanding.

Please note that parking is limited. There is parking in the lot and on Reber, Illinois, Willow and Washington Streets. The City parking lot nearby is also available. Please adhere to local parking signage.

Registration and coffee begin at 8:00 AM. Program starts at 8:30 a.m.

Click here for more information and to register: http://wspnonline.org/event-2404922

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