• Upcoming events

    Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 05:00 PM · 4 rsvps
    Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME

    Late Night Coffee Chat: Graduate School

    Join YNPNmaine members in a discussion about applying to graduate school while also working full time! We'll be at Bayside Bowl for this late night coffee chat to have a few drinks and talk about the stresses of working while also applying to graduate school! Look for the YNPNmaine logo to find us!

    Tuesday, May 22, 2018 at 05:00 PM · $5.00 USD · 3 rsvps
    Strand Building in Portland, ME

    Grant Writing for Beginners


    Session Description: Georgia will provide an introduction to grant writing, and will walk us through the grant process from research to writing, from application submission to what to do when you get the grant! The session will be geared toward beginners, but those of who have dabbled in grant writing will likely learn a few things too! Bring questions for an open Q & A.


    About our presenter:Vermont-born, Massachusetts-bred, Portland transplant: Georgia has over 10-years experience in the nonprofit sector focused on development, grants management, and relationship building. She earned her Master's in Nonprofit Management from Regis University and Bachelor's in Sociology from Drew University. She served two terms with AmeriCorps NCCC and holds a passion for volunteering, community engagement, and connecting with people in Portland. Georgia lives with her wife, son and border collie, and loves all things Portland, including but not limited to: craft beer, fancy donuts, rainbows, and mornings that smell like the salty sea.


    The cost to attend this event is $5, and space is limited, so if you are interested, please purchase your ticket as soon as possible!

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