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We want your blog

main.jpgHave you always wanted to write a blog but didn't know where it could be published? If so, you should sign up to be an YNPN-TC blog writer!

We hear all the time from people across the country (and even people across the world!) that love the YNPN-TC blog, so this is a great opportunity to get your name and ideas in front of a whole variety nonprofit professionals. 

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Calling all blog writers

main.jpgDo you have an opinion about something we don’t talk about on the YNPN-TC blog? If so, you should sign up to be an YNPN-TC blog writer!

We hear all the time from people across the country that love the YNPN-TC blog, so this is a great opportunity to get your name and ideas in front of a whole variety of people. 

Still undecided? Here are answers to some of the questions we most often get:

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Call for Volunteers!

Looking to ramp up your YNPN-TC engagement? There’s always a volunteer role ready and waiting for YOU! Check out current opportunities:

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Throw Out the Welcome Mat, It's Time to Greet New Members!

Remember when you were new to YNPN-TC? Did you feel so welcome that you're looking for a way to pay it forward to other newbies? Or maybe you're interested in volunteering with YNPN-TC, but don't want to join a formal committee. Well friends, we've got the perfect opportunity for you. We're looking for volunteers who want to connect with other members via email. This is a short-term, remote, and easy way to volunteer while making a major impact in our community.

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Board moments: A timeline of your future YNPN board service

main.jpgIn just a few short days, the 2013 Young Nonprofit Professionals Network–Twin Cities board application will be live on this very website, ready for you (you awesome person) to write a few paragraphs and put yourself in the running. If you’ve been to an YNPN event, you’ve seen board members circulating among members and planning behind the scenes. But why should you apply? I’ve found what makes board leadership worth it (beyond the people, connections, events, etc.) are the flashes of recognition, the moments you realize you are doing work that aligns with who you are. So put yourself in the future: it’s winter 2014, and you’re at the start of your first board term. Here are the moments that will make you happy you joined.

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Welcome YNPN-TC's Newest Volunteers!

by Brian Gioielli
Follow me on Twitter: @giosmelly

We here at YNPN-TC are busy! It’s been a wonderful 2013 so far, and 2014 will be no exception with the YNPN National Conference and some other exciting initiatives on the horizon. None of this would be possible without all the amazing volunteers on our Membership, Communications, Programming and Governance committees!

The past 6 months we have been lucky enough to welcome a number of amazing rockstars onto the team and here’s a chance to get to know a little bit about them. I’m personally inspired by all of these individuals and the things they are doing for our non-profit sector here in the Twin Cities and beyond. They are a true example of what a dedicated and committed group of volunteers can accomplish for a community.

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Recruiting and retaining volunteers like a pro

The following blog is by David Zeller

main.jpgCampaign season is ramping up once again, and with that, floods of emails asking for donations from the Presidential campaigns all the way down to local city and county elections, not to mention all of the amendment groups.

Little, though, is asked of the individual. In fact, many people are unable to give out of their pocket book, but would absolutely love to give their time, if only they were asked.

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