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Step 2: You can select networking or afternoon workshops upfront, or after you have completed your registration/payment.

Step 3: The Submit button will activate once you have finalized your selections.

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Step 5: Please note that once registered, adding additional courses is restricted. The system will only allow exchanges for courses that are on the same day/times.

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Courses ending in HYB-ip and HYB-st are Hybrid courses. Please see the course description for additional requirements.

2-day Mon.-Tue. Hybrid courses

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1-day Wed. Hybrid courses

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259.00 19

This course is designed to train homeownership counselors and others who are addressing the issue of homelessness in their communities. The focus of the course will be on financial literacy education and housing in an effort to equip the homeless population and those at risk with the skills they need to improve their circumstances in order and achieve stability and homeownership. Interactive exercises and case studies are used to engage course participants and provide insight into causes and cures for victims of homelessness. Enrolling in the streaming online version means:   You will attend the course online and will not be present in Los Angeles. You will be enrolled in our virtual classroom platform (easy instructions to come after your registration is processed). All course materials will be provided in a digital format, well in advance of the course. You will need to use a computer or tablet and Internet during the course.


NOTE: This is a hybrid course (offered both in-person and via streaming online). Enrolling in the streaming online version means:


  • You will attend the course online and will not be present in Kansas City.
  • You will be enrolled in our virtual classroom platform (easy instructions to come after your registration is processed).
  • All course materials will be provided in a digital format, well in advance of the course.
  • You will need to use a computer or tablet and Internet during the course.
259.00 9

As the nonprofit sector has matured and adapted in the last decade, there has been a growing interest in boards of directors moving from traditional, technical oversight to a more strategic – and even generative – model of governance. The technical board most often identifies the nonprofit‘s current opportunities and challenges in terms of today’s data and circumstances. The strategic board sets direction and designs solutions, and the generative board seeks opportunities to re-imagine future possibilities and impact. This highly interactive workshop – using case studies and small- and large-group exercises – explores the shift from governance as compliance and monitoring to governance as strategic thinking and creative engagement. Participants will work throughout the day on a governance action plan with feedback/coaching from both instructors and peers. The course is designed for nonprofit board leaders and members as well as nonprofit CEOs and executives who work closely and collaboratively with their board. Enrolling in the streaming online version of this course means:   You will attend the course online and will not be present in Los Angeles. You will be enrolled in our virtual classroom platform (easy instructions to come after your registration is processed). All course materials will be provided in a digital format, well in advance of the course. You will need to use a computer or tablet and Internet during the course.


NOTE: This is a hybrid course (offered both in-person and via streaming online). Enrolling in the streaming online version means:


  • You will attend the course online and will not be present in Kansas City.
  • You will be enrolled in our virtual classroom platform (easy instructions to come after your registration is processed).
  • All course materials will be provided in a digital format, well in advance of the course.
  • You will need to use a computer or tablet and Internet during the course.
259.00 15

This course will introduce you to a variety of information sources and analytic techniques that you can use to better measure and evaluate community arts engagement projects. Gaining a variety of practical knowledge and skills, working through case studies and shared experiences, you’ll go home able to use analytics to tell the story of the impact of creative community development and community arts engagement projects to your funders, local government and other key stakeholders. Enrolling in the streaming online version of this course means:   You will attend the course online and will not be present in Los Angeles. You will be enrolled in our virtual classroom platform (easy instructions to come after your registration is processed). All course materials will be provided in a digital format, well in advance of the course. You will need to use a computer or tablet and Internet during the course.


NOTE: This is a hybrid course (offered both in-person and via streaming online). Enrolling in the streaming online version means:


  • You will attend the course online and will not be present in Kansas City.
  • You will be enrolled in our virtual classroom platform (easy instructions to come after your registration is processed).
  • All course materials will be provided in a digital format, well in advance of the course.
  • You will need to use a computer or tablet and Internet during the course.
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2-day Thur. -Fri. Hybrid courses

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518.00 18

Are you wondering what skills are necessary for practitioners to effectively work with customers in reaching their financial goals? What behaviors and attitudes can make a person financially confident? What barriers consumers face in working toward long-term financial security? Attend this 2-day course to gain the most useful and efficient tools to make a real difference in the lives of your clients. You will learn how to facilitate engaging and candid conversations around using appropriate financial products and services, spending, saving, credit, protecting assets and maximizing income. Develop and build your skills in key content areas that will help consumers put themselves in a better position to withstand economic stresses and achieve financial prosperity. Who should attend: financial coaches, financial and housing counselors, program managers, rental housing counselors, and community development professionals. Enrolling in the streaming online version of this course means:   You will attend the course online and will not be present in Los Angeles. You will be enrolled in our virtual classroom platform (easy instructions to come after your registration is processed). All course materials will be provided in a digital format, well in advance of the course. You will need to use a computer or tablet and Internet during the course.


NOTE: This is a hybrid course (offered both in-person and via streaming online). Enrolling in the streaming online version means:


  • You will attend the course online and will not be present in Kansas City.
  • You will be enrolled in our virtual classroom platform (easy instructions to come after your registration is processed).
  • All course materials will be provided in a digital format, well in advance of the course.
  • You will need to use a computer or tablet and Internet during the course.



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