Top 3 Reasons You Shouldn’t Miss the 2017 T&T NGO Professionals Seminar

Every year, T&T NGO Professionals and the JB Fernandes Memorial Trust II hosts dynamic, engaging and memorable seminars geared toward fostering innovation, collaboration and support for NGO’s.

If you have never attended one of our sessions, here are the top three reasons you need to register today:

  1. THE PROGRAM

We’ve designed fully interactive and informative sessions built around our theme ‘Social Entrepreneurship for NGO’s’. Learn from Subject Matter Experts through our various Deep Dive Workshops focused on Social Media Marketing, Brand Storytelling, Grant Proposal Writing, and Finance. Then there is our main speaker’s address, an engaging presentation on the Road Map to Social Entrepreneurship that all NGO’s should be present for.

  1. YOUR NGO

All NGO’s face issues, so why not learn from shared experiences and brainstorm solutions? There will be so much to learn this year as we delve into the approach of Social Entrepreneurship for NGO’s. The learning outcomes covered in the Deep Dive Workshops, can provide your NGO with the added value of fresh ideas and alternative approaches to current issues.

Be sure to take advantage of the opportunity to meet industry experts face to face. They may be able to provide some guidance or even a few words of inspiration.

  1. YOU!

It’s an opportunity to invest in yourself and break out of your comfort zone! Attending a great conference can force you to think differently and challenges you to improve your skills and advance your career.

You can develop working relationships and even strengthen existing ones as our Seminars fosters the spirit of collaboration and sharing through networking among NGO professionals.

Let the 2017 T&T NGO Professionals Seminar inspire you. The energy of like-minded individuals who yearn to make a difference through their NGO has the ability to ignite or reignite the passion we all share.

So on June 6th, if you are ready to be a part of a dynamic platform that caters to boosting your professional skills while fostering collaboration, then the 2017 T&T NGO Professionals Conference is worth it.

To Register and for more details Contact 645-6700 ext. 299 or email conferencing@lokjackgsb.edu.tt

P.S. Don’t forget to bring lots of business cards!

2017 T&T NGO Professional Seminar

Join us for this year’s T&T NGO Professional Seminar on Tuesday 6th June at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad. To Register and for more details Contact 645-6700 ext 299 or email conferencing@lokjackgsb.edu.tt

Hear from local Social Entrepreneurs and learn from Subject Matter Experts in our Deep Dive Workshops on Social Media Marketing; Brand Storytelling; Grant Proposal Writing and Finance.

We will also present the JB Fernandes Award for NGO Excellence for 2017.

See the below flyer for more details.

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T&T NGO Resource Roundup: Resources You Can Use!

Are you familiar with all the resources that are available at TTNGONews.com?

Resources range from a local Media Directory to a  regularly updated employment listing of NGO jobs in Trinidad and Tobago and in the region.

In addition, please follow TTNGONews at Facebook.com/TTNGONews and
Twitter.com/TTNGONews.

NGO Leadership Training Workshop – Caribbean Policy Development Centre: Application Deadline 31st Oct 2016

“The Caribbean Policy Development Centre – CPDC invites leaders within NGO organisations and active networks in  to apply for scholarships to attend a one week NGO Leadership Training Workshop which will be held in 2016-2017″ in Trinidad (location to be announced).

“The Leadership Training Workshop is part of a joint 3-year grant partnership with the European Commission (EC) that seeks to build the capacity of the Non-Governmental Sector in the Caribbean through the implementation of a number of specific actions.”

Application Deadline: All applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm (UTC/GMT -4), 31st October 2016.

Application Form: Link to CPDC NGO Leadership Training Workshop Scholarship Application Form

CPDC Contact Information:
Caribbean Policy Development Centre – CPDC
P.O. Box 284 Halsworth, Welches, BB11000
Bridgetown, Barbados
Phone: 246-437-6055
Fax: (246) 228-8657
Website: http://cpdcngo.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CPDCngo
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cpdcngo
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Sk1SmKbSrOrCQyE0uWW8gh

Free Capacity Building Workshop for Civil Society Organisations: 10th December 2015

TT Transparency Institute - Civil Society WorkshopWHAT: FREE Capacity Building Workshop for Civil Society Organisations organised by the  Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute.

Date & Time: Thursday, 10th December 2015, 8am to 3pm

Location: Kapok Hotel, 16-18 Cotton Hill, St. Clair, Trinidad)

“If you are a CSO senior staffer or Board Member, attend this free one-day Capacity Building Workshop based on the Civil Society Accountability Toolkit designed by the Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute and the Commonwealth Foundation.”

“Participants will benefit from specialised sessions on Board Governance, Human Resource Management and Financial Management.”  Link to flyer.

Registration: Contact Anika St. Louis at 626-5756 or anika@transparency.org.tt.

Registration Closed: 2015 T&T NGO Professionals Strategic Fundraising Seminar

We have reached our capacity for the 2015 T&T NGO Professionals Strategic Fundraising Seminar (21st May at the Hyatt Trinidad) and are unable to accept any new registrations at this time.

However, we do have a waiting list for the Seminar. If you wish to join the list, please complete and submit the Seminar Wait List form at https://ttngoprofessionals.wufoo.com/forms/r1g2bz4f136sb6f/.

P.S., Join our mailing list for updates on NGO news, events, jobs & funding opportunities in Trinidad & Tobago at http://eepurl.com/bNvOjL.

Registration has opened for the 2015 T&T NGO Professionals Strategic Fundraising Seminar!

The Institute of International Education, in partnership with Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors is pleased to announce the convening of the 2015 T&T NGO Professionals Seminar – Strategic Fundraising at the Hyatt Regency Trinidad on Thursday, 21st May.

Funded by the JB Fernandes Memorial Trust, this one-day Strategic Fundraising Seminar will be an intensive learning experience for NGO, CBO and civil society professionals in Trinidad and Tobago. The 2015 Seminar also will include a luncheon to honor the winner of the 2015 JB Fernandes Award for NGO Excellence in Trinidad and Tobago.

The Seminar registration fee is $150 TT per person and includes seminar workshop sessions, coffee breaks and entry to the JB Fernandes Award for NGO Excellence luncheon and award ceremony.

Three seminar tracks featuring two concurrent workshop sessions will be offered:

TRACK #1: Budget Development
– Budgeting for the Big Bucks: Budget Development Strategies to Thrive Not Just Survive
– From Good to Great: Maximizing Your Operating Budget and Your Community Impact

TRACK #2: Identifying Fundraising Tools
– Dream Big: Leveraging Tools and Your Network to Gain Financial Ground
– Shaking Things Up: Adapting to the New Fundraising Climate

TRACK #3: Fundraising Communications
– The Art of Wooing and Winning Stakeholders to Grow Your Organization’s Impact
– Relationship and Rapport Maintenance: Innovative Ways to Engage & Grow Your Base

Registration is by organization and there’s a limit of ONE representative per organization. Registration is open until all spots have been filled. You must register in advance for the Seminar by 5th MAY 2015 and payment must be received by 8th MAY 2015. THERE WILL BE NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION.

This year’s Seminar registration includes a placement quiz to learn more about your NGO and assess its current fundraising situation, practices and needs. Seminar organizers and trainers will use the quiz results to help identify the most appropriate workshop sessions for each organizational attendee.

Registered organizations will be notified via an email from ttngoconference@iie.org about their placement in specific workshop sessions by 15th May 2015.  Link to registration form.

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Microsoft Office 365 Workshop for T&T NGOs: 31st March 2015

2015 NGO Workshop Microsoft Trinidad TobagoDescription: A hands-on session for eligible NGOs “where you can test drive powerful productivity solutions for your organization, The agenda also includes step by step insight on the Microsoft Office 365 nonprofit application.”  Please see flyer for more details.

Date & Time: Tuesday, 31st March 2015, 8am to 12pm

Location: Microsoft Trinidad & Tobago office (61 Mucurapo Road, St. James, Trinidad)

To register for the workshop, email v-pajose@microsoft.com with your name and the name of your organization.

Network of NGOs of T&T: Open House 2014 – 8th November

Looking for an opportunity to network with other organisations or funding leads?

The Network of NGOs of T&T for the Advancement of Women is hosting an open house for its member and well wishers. See the post below for more details.

The Network of NGOs of T&T for the Advancement of Women

Cordially invites all Members and Well Wishers

Ahead of the 11TH BIENNIAL CONFERENCE

to

OUR OPEN HOUSE

SATURDAY 8th NOVEMBER

10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

NETWORK OFFICE – PROFESSIONAL CENTRE

11-13 FITZBLACKMAN DRIVE, WOODBROOK

(Opposite National Stadium Main Gate)

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NGO Workshop for Microsoft Office 365: 27th August

Microsoft Trinidad Tobago NGO Workshop

Description: A hands-on session to help nonprofit organisations in Trinidad and Tobago better understand the programs offered by the Microsoft Software Donation Program for NGOS. (Please see flyer for more details.)

Please be advised that your organisation must have Charitable Status to be eligible to participate in this session.

Date & Time: Wednesday, 27th August 2014, 8am to 12pm

Location: Microsoft Trinidad & Tobago office (61 Mucurapo Road, St. James, Trinidad)

RSVP to v-pajose@microsoft.com with the attendee’s name and associated organisation.