Continue to learn with us.

Throughout the  year, we offer continuing education workshops which are free to current students and alumni, and occasionally open to the public. 

Upcoming Workshops

  • March 26, 2019 (8:00 - 10:00 am in Boston)

    Workshop: Leading Flexible Work Environments, led by State Street’s Jenifer Hartnett-Bullen, Managing Director, Global Services Client Delivery Management, and Brenda Andrade, Vice President, Global Inclusion and Diversity, Global Human Resources

    Open to INP students and alumni. Registration not yet open.

  • April 1, 2019 (9:00 am - 11:00 am in Boston) Workshop: Developing and Retaining Talent, led by State Street’s Michael Scannell, Senior Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, Talent Acquisition, and Global Inclusion and Diversity, and Liz Catsoulis, Managing Director, Global Human Resources Business Partner.

    Open to INP students and alumni. Registration not yet open.

Past Workshops

 

  • Getting to Work on DEI: Best Practices from the Private Sector

  • Know Your Rights! Exploring Civil Rights Law in Employment and in Public Spaces

  • Nonprofit Talent Development in an Era of Transition, led by Yolanda Coentro and Patrick Kirby

  • AAUW Work Smart - Salary Negotiation Workshop for Women, led by the Women's Fund of Rhode Island

  • Leading Flexible Work Environments, led by State Street

  • Developing & Retaining Talent, led by State Street

  • The Art of Leading for Good: An Evening with Hubie Jones, hosted by Sue and Bernard Pucker, owners of the Pucker Gallery

  • Data-Driven Decisions, led by Room40 Group

  • Bringing your Personal Brand to Life, led by Commongood Careers

  • Negotiation Essentials, led by Dorothy Chen-Courtin, MBA, PhD

  • Matterness: Making Stakeholders Feel Known, Valued, and Empowered, led by Debra Askanase

 

“Whether it's better ways to facilitate a board meeting, manage a budget, or strategically plan the organization’s future, I believe I am better equipped to help increase my nonprofit’s impact through lessons learned at the Institute.”

—Lily Lynch, Senior Director of Women's Philanthropy, United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley