The 2019 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

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The Corps Network National Conference is an annual gathering of national, state, and local leaders in the fields of workforce development, community service, and conservation. Attendees include approximately 200 Directors and senior staff from Service and Conservation Corps across the country; officials from federal agencies; representatives from philanthropic foundations; and friends and supporters of the Corps movement. The Reading, Literacy and Learning Conference.

Sheroes You Should Know: Inspiring Stories for #WomensHistoryMonth

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Organizations like Room to Read , the Poetry Foundation , and Books in Homes USA work to promote literacy and the significance of literary works in our society - support their work today, bookworms! Are you passionate about conservation and environmental causes? Nonprofits like the Nature Conservancy , Union of Concerned Scientists , American Association of University Women , and NRDC do, too. she·ro (pl. sheroes) : a woman regarded as a hero.

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They sat side by side to discuss the role of women in rebuilding society, women's rights and the new Constitution, and family law. They talked about the economic value of housework, and the importance of education and literacy in gaining economic independence." And one of their roles is to bring their voice." "The program 'has dared me to hope-of having a house, of living in peace, of reclaiming my dynamism, my dignity.

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Notes from the Future: Reflections on the IMLS Meeting on Museums and Libraries in the 21st Century

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Some leaders are more conservative than I feared, and these people are alternately smug and desperate about maintaining their power. Joshua Greenberg from the New York Public Library talked about transitioning from teaching information literacy to information fluency—helping visitors navigate and harness the vast world of digital information to their own ends. One of the most interesting differences between museums and libraries is the role of the physical place.