Foundation / Corporation
Sacramento Region Community Foundation and Third Plateau Social Impact Strategies
03/08/21 5:00 PM PST
Opportunity for California nonprofit organizations in eligible counties to participate in a leadership training program. The program is intended to help new and established managers explore innovative approaches and problem-solving methods. Successful applicants will attend a series of guided sessions to identify and address a specific challenge that has challenged their organization’s ability to increase its community impact. Eligible applicants are located in the greater Sacramento region (El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo counties). All meetings of The Lab's 2021 cohort will be held virtually.
The Lab is a seven-month leadership program intended to accelerate new ideas in the social sector, build nonprofit innovation skills and capacity, and strengthen and support nonprofit leaders so that local communities benefit and thrive. An established leader (typically the Executive Director) and an emerging leader from each participating organization bring with them a challenge that has stymied their organization’s ability to increase its impact and work collaboratively during the span of the program to resolve it.
At monthly facilitated sessions, the leaders from participating nonprofits help each other identify and pursue actions to bring their ideas to reality. In addition, Executive Directors from the participating nonprofits receive one-on-one coaching to help process what they learn and determine how to apply it throughout their organizations. Between sessions, participants put their plans into action. This allows the participants opportunities to test ideas, better understand their target audience, and gather feedback.
GrantWatch ID#: 194706
The Lab is offered at no cost to the nonprofit leaders who participate.
Monthly sessions will take place from May to November 2021.
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Sacramento Region Community Foundation
955 University Avenue, Suite A
Sacramento, CA, 95825
USA: California: Greater Sacramento region: El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo Counties
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