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Ballet School NY, the official training school of New York Theatre Ballet, will begin 2014-15 Dance Classes on September 15, 2014 at its new home at St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery at 131 East 10th Street. Registration for the 2014-2015 School Year is now open. For registration and more information, visit http://nytb.org/ballet-school- ny/2014-2015-information.
Topics Include: • The step-by-step process to selling • Strategies to sell a non-profit and overcome stereotypes • Pitching your organization/program in 30 seconds • Meeting the decision maker: what to say and what to do within an hour after the meeting • Cold Calling—When and how? • The science of using LinkedIn for prospecting and canvassing • Techniques to be a resource and not a burden • Skills to sell yourself and your ideas so they lead to the results you want
Community Resilience Strategies for Multifamily Housing Organizations: Organizing Volunteers for Emergency ResponsePresented by Enterprise Community Partners
The successful integration of citizen involvement in an emergency management setting is critical as multifamily housing organizations prepare, respond, recover, and mitigate the impacts of disasters. In partnership with NeighborWorks America, Fall 2014’s opening resilience series training will cover the design and development of an emergency management program to address the organization and management of volunteers in emergency response, community engagement, logistics, communication and records administration. The training will focus on engaging residents to organize at a hyper-local level in a way that will increase community capacity to respond to an emergency. The day will focus on preparedness through community organizing, volunteer management, operations, logistics, communications and response systems. Participants will also receive materials and tools to use and apply after the training.
A collaboration with the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD), this panel of resident and community leaders will discuss strategies to support and cultivate resident leadership for a successful disaster response and recovery.
On Tuesday, October 14th from 8:30am-2:30pm, Storefront Academy Harlem (formerly The Children’s Storefront) will host its 7th Annual Urban Education Symposium at Baruch College (151 E. 25th Street, 7th Floor), featuring workshops focused on educating urban youth, and capped off by a keynote address from Eric J. Cooper, award-winning educator, radio host, frequent Huffington Post commentator, author, and Founder and President of National Urban Alliance for Effective Education.
The Grantsmanship Training Program is a comprehensive, hands-on workshop that covers the complete grant development process, from researching funding sources to writing and reviewing grant proposals. During the course of the workshop, participants will be involved in a proposal writing exercise.