The Cedar Valley Nonprofit Association is proud to announce the initiation of its first Learning Network, focused on building relationships, skills and resources among grant writing professionals. Click here to learn more.
What’s a Learning Network?
The Cedar Valley Nonprofit Association is made up of a variety of nonprofit members that represent a wide range of interests in our region. Learning Networks can form to meet the needs of either specific types of organizations (small, human service, etc.) or to better address certain issues (i.e. education, aging, etc.) or to connect peers with one another (CEOs, grant writers, marketers, etc.) .
Benefits of a Learning Network
1- Share information and ideas.
2- Find inspiration and encouragement.
3- Hear and learn from experts.
4- Provide input into future CVNA programming.
5- Participate in professional and leadership development.
6- Explore defined collaboration and joint action on issues.
To initiate the development of a Learning Network please contact one of the members the CVNA Leadership Group. The CVNA leadership group will review all requests for a Learning Network.