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NPC Lunch and Learn: Aila Malik on Organizational Stability in the Face of Change & Conflict

On-line
Bite size opportunities for connection and capacity building! “Lunch and Learns” are a sociable, collaborative way to foster a culture of learning and knowledge sharing in our nonprofit sector. They offer a space for discussion, support professional development, and provide an opportunity for people to get to know each other! WHEN: Wednesday, March 13, noon – 1:00 […]
Free

NPC’s Game Night at the Museum for Members, only

The Santa Cruz Children’s Museum of Discovery 1855 41st Avenue #10, Capitola, CA, United States
Come play with other Nonprofit Members and Allies! A lively evening of connection, playful libations, appetizers, and Member Fun Fact Bingo. The evening is exclusively for adults (so bring your inner child) and by invitation, only! Thanks to Bay Federal Credit Union for sponsoring this event inside the Capitola Mall, near the Food Court.
FREE with Membership

NPC’s Lunch & Learn: TriNet, a Professional Employer Organization (PEO)

On Zoom CA, United States
Information coming soon on the presentation by Daniel (Danny) Thomas, a Non-Profit Human Capital Management Consultant, speaking about the our Ally TriNet, a Professional Employer Organization. They provide full-service HR solutions, “so you get time back to focus on your business, your employees get HR support and your business gains the HR guidance it needs”
for […]
FREE

Recognizing Hispanic | Latino Heritages

Our country recognizes the legacy and contributions of more than 60 million Hispanic Americans, Latinos, Latinas, and Latinx-identifying people, by celebrating the histories and cultures of American citizens (and non-citizens) whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. The day of September 15 is significant […]

California Native American Day

California Native American Day celebrates the distinctive culture of the Native American people indigenous to California and calls attention to their triumphs and struggles that comprise their rich history. California designated the fourth Friday of September in 1998 as California Native American Day to dismantle the misconceptions about California Indians. Previously, Students were led to […]

Event Series Recognizing Hispanic | Latino Heritages

Recognizing Hispanic | Latino Heritages

Our country recognizes the legacy and contributions of more than 60 million Hispanic Americans, Latinos, Latinas, and Latinx-identifying people, by celebrating the histories and cultures of American citizens (and non-citizens) whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. The day of September 15 is significant […]

California Native American Day

California Native American Day celebrates the distinctive culture of the Native American people indigenous to California and calls attention to their triumphs and struggles that comprise their rich history. California designated the fourth Friday of September in 1998 as California Native American Day to dismantle the misconceptions about California Indians. Previously, Students were led to […]

Event Series Recognizing Hispanic | Latino Heritages

Recognizing Hispanic | Latino Heritages

Our country recognizes the legacy and contributions of more than 60 million Hispanic Americans, Latinos, Latinas, and Latinx-identifying people, by celebrating the histories and cultures of American citizens (and non-citizens) whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, and the Spanish-speaking nations of Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. The day of September 15 is significant […]

California Native American Day

California Native American Day celebrates the distinctive culture of the Native American people indigenous to California and calls attention to their triumphs and struggles that comprise their rich history. California designated the fourth Friday of September in 1998 as California Native American Day to dismantle the misconceptions about California Indians. Previously, Students were led to […]

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