Coffee with Nine Strangers: Development Edition – 10/10/17

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/10/2017
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Location
Chicago History Museum

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coffeeYNPN Chicago’s signature program, Coffee with Nine Strangers, gives young professionals who are currently part of, or are interested in, the nonprofit sector an opportunity to network with like-minded peers and engage in small-group discussions. Sip some coffee, meet new people, and keep your networking skills fresh!

As a kick-off to a special series of themed Coffee with Nine Strangers events, this program will cover topics specific to development. This may include appeals and donor relations, prospect research, working within small and large “fundraising shops,” and other topics relevant to the sector.

The core of this event is a 45 minute small-group conversation. Discussion groups are facilitated by YNPN Chicago board members and are shaped by participant experiences, concerns, and questions. You’ll have time to network with the full group before and after the breakout discussions.

This is one of YNPN Chicago’s most popular programs, so secure your spot by registering today!


Please note: The price of this event is $5 per person. Depending on your web browser, the ticket price below may not appear correctly. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

 

Bookings

This event is fully booked.

Photography Release By attending this event, the attendee grants YNPN Chicago permission to use his/her likeness in a photograph in any and all publications and materials without payment or consideration made to them. The attendee also releases YNPN Chicago of any liability, claims, demands, damages, actions and causes of action arising from or connected in any way with the use of the photograph(s).

Refunds Policy YNPN Chicago does not offer refunds for paid events, unless we cancel the event or an error occurred during the registration process. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and promise to put your money toward the development of future programming.