Past Events

February 25, 2021

4:00 - 5:00 PM CST

Join Positive Coaching Alliance & USTA Texas for an impactful conversation with pioneers from the game of tennis. Our discussion will celebrate the perseverance of those who have overcome discriminatory obstacles and learn from that history to create a better, more inclusive future.

February 25, 2021

1:00 PM PT / 4:00 PM ET

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, authorities have restricted playing or gathering for sports at the professional, collegiate, high school, and youth league levels. Restrictions came from State, local, and league authorities, and by individual teams themselves. Now, the emergence of vaccines has changed the playing field for COVID restrictions substantially and the future decision-making for leaders at all athletic levels. The dialogue will address questions and issues such as: How should authorities assess the safety and advisability of playing sports? What are the paramount considerations in making the decision to play or not? (E.g. health of players, spectators, hospital capacities, economic impact, other?) Who makes what decision? How and when should restrictions be lifted or reimposed? What criteria should they use? What are the best practices for playing and watching collegiate sports in 2021? What is the expected timing of relaxing spectator restrictions?

February 25, 2021

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST

Being a student-athlete can be difficult enough, but being a student-athlete that's competing against a pandemic is a unique challenge that many have never had to face. Join Sporty Girls Inc. founder, Rashan Ali, as she virtually sits down with a panel of both student-athletes and seasoned women in sports to talk about how to power through this difficult time with a winning mindset!

February 24, 2021

5:30 PM Pacific Time

Black Sports Professionals - Las Vegas presents Learning from the Past to Build the Future. Join us as we are honored to have Claytee White, Director of Oral History Research Center at UNLV Libraries, discuss the history of Black sports in Las Vegas. This is an event that you don't want to miss out on! Join us on February 24th at 5:30 PM.

February 22, 2021

1:00 PM Eastern Time

In recognition of February being Jewish Disability Advocacy Month our next Café Israeli will focus on three different Israeli organizations together with Maccabi Israel promoting Inclusion in sports. Join us for a live panel to learn their background, impact on the community, and how Israel promotes inclusion in many aspects.

February 19, 2021

2:00 PM (EST) - 3:00 PM (EST)

College sports’ future faces a pivotal year in 2021, as the U.S. Senate turns Democratic, the Supreme Court hears a case on college athlete compensation, and some states start allowing athletes to be paid for use of their name, image, and likeness (NIL). The most expansive reform effort is the College Athletes Bill of Rights, introduced last December by four Democratic senators to protect and grow athlete rights. The proposal goes beyond outside endorsement deals for athletes and also includes group licensing, revenue sharing, and medical care after athletes leave school. The proposed bill would go farther than the desires of many Republicans and NCAA members as the clock ticks to July 1, when Florida’s bipartisan NIL law goes into effect that would create different rules for different states. What if Congress adopted the College Athletes Bill of Rights or some elements of the proposal? What would that mean for the participants and the games that fans love to watch?

February 11, 2021

8:00 PM (EST) - 10:00 PM (EST)

Beat the winter blues - stay warm at home and join us virtually for a fun night of trivia benefitting Bounce Children's Foundation! Compete against others for a chance to win great prizes like: -Month membership to Core Power Yoga -Gino's $50 Gift Card -Bounce event tickets Register now - $20 per person

February 10, 2021

3:00 PM (EST) - 4:00 PM (EST)

Tune in to Her POV to sharpen your gender and cultural intelligence. With a significant underrepresentation of female leadership at the VP level and up in professional sports organizations, we have intentionally designed this space to uncover, explore and redesign what barriers may exist to such opportunities and learn about the work that needs to be done to remove them.

February 9, 2021

1:00 PM (EST)

If you build it, they will come - right? Not so in the fast-moving, noisy, and cluttered online landscape! Once you have designed an online fundraising campaign, how will you get people to pay attention? Simply sending out one or two emails is not enough! In this free 45-minute webinar, you’ll learn tactics to use your website, email list, and social media channels to promote your online fundraising campaign and achieve your goals!

February 6, 2021

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (CST)

For the last nine Super Bowls, a team of Wounded Warrior Amputees has taken on a team of NFL Alumni in a flag football game to raise awareness for our nation’s Veterans. Unfortunately, our Super Bowl 55 game and tribute have been canceled due to covid-19. However, the need to call attention to caring for Veterans remains. Join us at U-Le-Le at Water Works Park in Tampa to participate in a Salute to Service Stroll.

Location: Ulele Restaurant at Water Works Park - Followed By a RiverWalk “Service Dog Stroll”

February 4, 2021

2:00 PM (EST)

Lawrence International Presents: 1st Annual Connecticut Legends Coat Drive We are partnering with Hartford Public Schools to host our inaugural Connecticut Legends Coat Drive with some of Connecticut's biggest sports legends! Face Mask Must Be Worn At All Times - Must Maintain 6FT Social Distancing

Location: Fred D Wish Museum School, 350 Barbour Street, Hartford, CT 06120

February 3, 2021

12:30 PM (EST) - 1:30 PM (EST)

Please join us at our next webinar on Wednesday, February 3 at 12:30 pm. During the 1-hour discussion, we speak with local professionals on Trauma-Informed Care and Coaching.

February 3, 2021

1:00 PM (EST) - 1:45 PM (EST)

Join us for a Minnesota National Girls & Women in Sports Day Celebration on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, featuring a panel discussion that focuses on our mission to Recognize, Inspire and Advocate; recognize the past & today; inspire those of tomorrow to lead & participate; advocate for change in the future.

February 3, 2021

12:00 PM (EST)

On Wednesday, REfresh returns and commemorates National Girls and Women in Sports Day. On Feb 3rd, 2021, Donna Orender is joined by two amazing sports legends, women who have blazed their own legacy on and off the playing field, paving the way for girls coming up behind them. Ann Meyers Drysdale is the Vice President of the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury and a current sportscaster. A pioneering elite athlete, she was the first woman to play in the NBA, first to receive a four-year athletic scholarship, and was a member of the first USA women's Olympic basketball team. Also joining the conversation is six-time WNBA All-Star and two-time WNBA champion, Coach & GM, Taj McWilliams-Franklin. Taj is currently Manager of Player Relations & Development for the WNBA. Please gather with us for this very special conversation celebrating the power of sports to positively impact lives, the achievements women have made in sports, the issues women athletes continue to face, and the barriers that remain and how to overcome them.

February 3, 2021

1:00 PM (EST) - 2:00 PM (EST)

As we begin 2021 and start thinking about developing strategies for this new year, we must consider the external environment – including finances and the economy. Back by popular demand, join Associate Professor of Finance and Strategy Paul Hawkinson as he shares observations and predictions to help navigate our financial and strategic “now” and “next.” How will the changing economy and the emerging policies affect our work in the nonprofit sector in the coming year? What are the client, mission and donor implications of the continuing pandemic and political transitions? What can we learn from strategic and financial approaches deployed in other industries? This session will improve our understanding of how the economy and finances matter for our strategic planning.

February 3, 2021

12:00 PM (EST)

As we kick off the new year, join us for a conversation about strategies that pro teams can employ to grow their organizations through a focus on youth sports. We'll discuss developing your own affiliate network, getting involved in your community through impact initiatives, and running programs from clubs to tournaments that connect you to the grassroots. Join us on Wednesday, February 3rd to hear from a diverse group of panelists as they discuss the topic at hand, and come prepared to ask questions - there will be an open Q&A running throughout the course of the event. Moderated by GSVS VP & Managing Director Kyle Bunch, panelists include LeagueApps President Jeremy Goldberg, Atlanta Hawks VP of Basketball Development Jon Babul, Utah Jazz Director of Youth Programs Nate Martinez, and Houston Dynamo Chief Revenue Officer Dionna Widder.

February 3, 2021

Her Next Play JV Board is partnering with The Sports Bra Project to collect 80 new sports bras to deliver to girls who need them in honor of National Girls and Women In Sports Day on February 3rd, 2020. Email Dakotah@hernextplay.org to find out how you can support!

Location: Minneapolis, MN

February 3, 2021

4:00 PM (EST) - 5:30 PM (EST)

Powered by WSF, National Girls & Women in Sports Day™ (NGWSD) draws national attention to the importance of equal opportunities in sport for girls and women. It’s a celebration and inspiration for girls across the country to unlock their limitless potential through sport. To celebrate the 35th NGWSD anniversary, the Women’s Sports Foundation is excited to host its first-ever Girls Fest, an online event geared towards elementary, middle, and high school girls, and their families. Girls Fest will feature intimate interviews with collegiate athletes and champion athletes; an inside look from Olympic and Paralympic athletes training for Tokyo; a conversation by girls for girls on sports advocacy and how this generation will lead; and the kickoff to a new, star-studded fitness challenge. We are planning an exciting, free event you won’t want to miss!

February 2, 2021

8:00 PM (EST)

The 34th Annual Leigh Steinberg Super Bowl Party celebrates outstanding individuals in sports, including athletes, owners, coaches, and all of those who are making the world a better place. This virtual event will feature a live link-up with troops in Afghanistan, an introduction of SSE's 2021 Draft Class, the Annual Steinberg DeNicola Humanitarian Awards, celebrity appearances, and more! We are joining forces with Make-A-Wish to give this party some heart! All donations raised from The 34th Annual Leigh Steinberg Virtual Super Bowl party will go to granting life-changing wishes for critically ill children.

February 1, 2021

5:00 PM (EST) - 6:00 PM (EST)

The New York Rangers are proud to celebrate Black History Month, as we recognize the many Black achievements in hockey that have led the way, and the continued progress still to come. As part of Black History Night presented by Chase, we invite you to join us for a pregame panel on Monday, February 1st at 5-6 pm. Panelists will discuss the Black experience in the sport, growth of the game, allyship, and more.

January 28, 2021

1:00 PM (EST)

With the sporting world looking ahead to the return of fans to arenas and stadiums, Sportico and Arctos Sports Partners are proud to present, Fan Experience in a Post-COVID World. Join us for this exclusive event on Thursday January 28th at 1 PM ET as our expert panel explores the measures that leagues and teams will need to employ to ensure a safe and viable experience for fans, athletes, employees and partners.

January 28, 2021

3:00 PM (EST)

For our next PCA Live Speaker Series powered by TeamSnap, join PCA National Advisory Board Member and Super Bowl Champion Roman Oben for a conversation about his experience as a high school football coach, coaching through COVID, lessons learned from his career as a 12 year NFL offensive tackle, and more! Get ready for the upcoming Super Bowl LV by tuning in to this conversation with Roman and PCA's EVP of Business Development & Philanthropy, Jason Sacks.

January 27, 2021

1:00 PM (EST) - 2:15 PM (EST)

Join us for the January edition of the Up2Us Sports Lunch and Learn Series with UCLA BrainSPORT. This session will be facilitated by Dr. Talin Babikian and Philip Rosenbaum. UCLA BrainSPORT's mission is to make leading discoveries through research, provide forward-thinking diagnosis and treatment, and transfer our knowledge of sports related concussion and brain health to the broader community. UCLA BrainSPORT strives to be at the forefront of TBI/concussion prevention, comprehensive care, and neurological health and they will achieve this through multi-disciplinary efforts in the following areas: - Safety: Increase TBI awareness, knowledge and prevention - Performance: Better understand and implement interventions to improve resiliency and brain health - Outreach: Educate future clinicians, researchers, policymakers, parents, athletes and the general community - Research: Develop better understanding of and more effective treatments for TBI through translational research - Treatment: Care for those with TBI through comprehensive assessments and multi-disciplinary interventions

January 26, 2021

11:45 AM (EST) - 2:45 PM (EST)

Generation WOW is a truly magical day where girls and women connect to inspire, educate and motivate each other. At Generation WOW, girls are exposed to the positive and the possible by meeting women who are already leaders in their communities, homes, and workplaces. This year WOW will be presented in a VIRTUAL environment but will feature the same level of excitement and connection with inspiring speakers, interactive activities, and relevant topics. Exposure to diverse career pathways, leadership development, mentorship, healthy living, goal-setting, and decision-making are just a few of the topics of this impactful experience. WOW provides a trusted and inspiring environment that will forge relationships, inspire dreams, and deliver results that enhance young girl\'s lives. Here\'s to a wonderful WOW experience!

January 26, 2021

6:15 PM (EST)

Join Her Next Play, WISE DC, WISE Twin Cities and Tackle What's Next for a virtual roundtable mentoring and networking event. Hear from athletes turned executives in the fields of branding, consulting, sports, business, and more. Participate in small group discussions, connect with current and former student-athletes and hear from those who have been there. This is NOT a traditional webinar! This will be a live, participatory networking event. Be ready to have your cameras on, go off mute and connect and engage with an empowering group of women.

January 26, 2021

8:00 PM (EST)

A musical tribute and fundraiser benefitting the Christina Mauser Foundation!

January 21, 2021

2:00 PM (EST) - 3:00 PM (EST)

There's no doubt that 2020 was the great reset. Between the upending from COVID-19 to the overdue calls for social justice, fundraising post-2020 will look very different. So, as we start a new year, what lessons can we learn from fundraising through one of the most tumultuous years in recent history? Join Barbara O’Reilly, CFRE, principal of Windmill Hill Consulting, on Thursday, January 21 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST to find out! She'll highlight key trends we saw and recommendations for how you can adapt your fundraising to a post-2020 world. In this session, you'll learn: Fundraising and philanthropy trends we saw in 2020 Ideas for how your organization can assess the short-term and long-term financial impact of COVID-19 Ways you can recalibrate your fundraising strategy based on lessons learned from 2020 Evaluating 2020 is an important part of preparing for 2021. You won't want to miss this session!

January 21, 2021

11:30 AM (EST)

When the first COVID-19 relief bill was passed last spring, we gathered a group of experts to help youth and local sports organizers understand the impact that it would have on their organizations. Provisions in this latest round of relief, including those that now reflect our industry's needs, raise new questions for us all— so we're co-hosting an event with the PLAY Sports Coalition to dig into it. Join the PLAY Sports Coalition and industry experts in a three-part conversation: Part 1: Your Relief - With PPP round two and new tax credits and provisions, we want to get youth sports leaders what they need to uncover any potential federal relief. We'll provide you the key insights and tactics you need to help your organization survive. Part 2: Your Voice - The new administration recently announced plans for another round of COVID-19 relief from the federal government. What provisions would directly support youth sports in your community? Share your perspective at this time. Have ideas in advance? Please email jtrayes@leagueapps.com to let us know. Part 3: Our Road Ahead - A thriving and equitable youth sports culture is critical to our industry and those we serve - young people, their families and your communities. We want to share why we believe so, what the road ahead will look like for youth sports advocacy and legislation and how we can drive success.

January 21, 2021

1:00 PM (EST)

As we flip the calendar from 2020 to 2021, it is easy to think that things will simply return to \'normal\'. A vaccine has begun rolling out, professional sports are coming back - sans bubbles - but last year has proved to us that sport will not be the same going forward. We spent a lot of last year learning about racial inequities, humanizing athletes and acknowledging the need for change. Coming into this new year, how do we move from acknowledgement into action? And what are the tough conversations we need to have in sport for 2021? It\'s time to have the tough conversations on mental health, youth sport and DE&I (diversity, equity and inclusion). On the next show we talk to the experts who are doing the work to create solutions that impact the future of sport.

January 21, 2021

1:00 PM (EST) - 2:15 PM (EST)

This month's webinar will feature a panel of youth mentees who will provide insights to mentoring practitioners and mentors on ways they can engage and support young people to ensure their voices are represented and elevated. Panelists will discuss what they have learned from participating in a mentoring program, provide guidance for young people to understand ways they can approach their mentoring relationship, and provide suggestions for programs on how to engage youth on a critical level to create meaningful, lasting connections with adults. The goal of this webinar is to share information that is not only beneficial to the adults of mentoring relationships, but also to young people who may not receive training or know what to expect when beginning a mentoring relationship.

January 20, 2021

12:00 PM (EST) - 12:30 PM (EST)

On and off the court, women are on the rise in the business of sports. Please join Stephanie McMahon, Chief Brand Officer of WWE, and Shelley Zalis, CEO of The Female Quotient, for a new series that puts a spotlight on the executives and athletes who are leading in the industry.a vast majority of guests attending events by Melissa have been known to leave more elated than visitors to Santa\'s Workshop, The Lost of Continent of Atlantis, and the Fountain of Youth.

January 20, 2021

6:00 PM (EST) - 7:00 PM (EST)

The pandemic continues to disrupt what families considered their “normal” schedules. Although it is a new year, a return to normal is still out of reach. Join us for a 1-hour discussion on Wednesday, January 20 at 6 pm as we speak with local professionals on how families can navigate Youth Sports in a Pandemic: Best Practices for Parents.

January 20, 2021

12:00 PM (EST)

After the sales have been made and the marketing and promotions have been completed you end up with a game, with fans (hopefully we get back to that eventually!). Once you have a full house the responsibility of taking care of our client "guests" transitions to the heads of "Guest Experience". Each sports team has people who's responsibility is to make sure we put on a great show for our fans and that everyone has a safe and enjoyable time at the game, so they'll want to buy tickets again. On this webinar, we have two leaders in guest experience joining us. Dan Malandruccolo works at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ (home of the NJ Devils) and Ezinne Nwaogu works at the New York Mets. In this session they'll talk about their careers, their day-to-day, and then they'll talk through how everything comes together on game night to put together a winning experience for the fans. See you there!

January 19, 2021

12:00 PM (EST)

From the elite levels on down, the sports industry continues to navigate a tenuous return to activity. The success of the pro and college leagues depend on youth sports to foster the next generation of athletes. More than ever, technology, innovation and a newfound spirit of collaboration are at the forefront of youth sports—especially when it comes to logistics and operations. In this sequel to one of our more popular episodes of 2020, we’ll further examine how the pandemic is affecting sports at the grassroots level and what it means for the industry at large.

January 19, 2021

5:00 PM (EST) - 6:00PM (EST)

The objective of this Insider Call is to educate you on the DICK\'s Sporting Goods Foundation. Topics include: 1. Activities and support provided by Sports Matter 2. Discussion around DICK\'S Sporting Goods Grants and Programs 3. Insights into how grants are reviewed and evaluated

January 13, 2021

2:00 PM (EST) - 3:00 PM (EST)

Are you ready to jumpstart 2021 with actionable strategies that will drive revenue to ensure your organization’s success year-round, no matter what the year has in store? Then Create Your 2021 Fundraising Plan: 5 Revenue Sources is for you. This webinar will show you five crucial revenue strategies to include in your 2021 annual fundraising plan in order to increase giving, expand your database and build long-term loyalty no matter what the future holds.

October 12, 2020

11:00 a.m.

Location: TBA

September 20, 2020

All day

You\'re invited to join us for three days of fundraising education and fun! If you work in the nonprofit sector, the Qgiv Conference is a must-attend Florida fundraising destination. You\'ll expand your Qgiv skills with on-site workshop training, see exclusive previews of upcoming tools and features, learn from nonprofit industry experts, and network with other fundraisers at this brand-new annual event. If you want to be an even more effective fundraiser, this event is for you! You\'ll find inspiration at every turn. Your souvenirs? Fresh ideas to grow your fundraising!

Location: Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress, Orlando, FL

September 16, 2020

11 AM (CT)

At the Project Play Summit, we will release a simplified version of our Teamwork Toolkit – a free do-it-yourself tool that local leaders anywhere can use to mobilize their community to get and keep more youth playing sports. Aspen has begun teaching park and recs how to use this resource. But what else do local organizations need to make community-based sport the dominant model through age 12? How can high-quality curriculum get packaged up to recruit and retain kids at scale? How can national sports organizations and other trusted brands support them? How can not-for-profits, entrepreneurs and schools collaborate with them most effectively?

September 14, 2020

All day

Two Day Event also September 15, 2020

Location: Washington, DC

September 4, 2020

Multiple Days (through September 7th)

The LEAD Sports Summit is a yearly summit that connects young female athletes with Olympic champions and experts through an all-inclusive, 4-day event. Girls learn from speakers and experts through both large keynotes and smaller breakout sessions. Throughout the weekend, girls also engage in hands-on leadership activities, group discussions, and reflection exercises. Each participant is part of a Team Leader group - Team Leaders are the women who serve as the “point person” for the girls during the Summit.

Location: Denver, CO

August 26, 2020

11 AM (CT)

Fundamental flaws in the governance model of youth sports have been laid bare by COVID-19. Without any coordinated leadership, youth sports was the last cog in our sport ecosystem to halt play and the first to restart – with some local and national sport providers moving right back into games and tournaments despite recommendations to do otherwise from the CDC, U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee, and even their own National Governing Bodies. More accountability can help address many challenges in our sports delivery system, from improving coach quality to controlling costs to reducing injury rates. But how best to achieve that? What is the right mechanism to oversee sport development?

August 7, 2020

Join us by the sea for cocktails, raw bar, and to learn how we are getting kids in the game

Location: Nantucket Yacht Club, Nantucket, MA

August 5, 2020

11 AM (CT)

In the first two decades of the 20th century, a cross-sector coalition constructed 2,000 parks and playgrounds in urban cities – laying the groundwork for youth sport as a tool of nation-building. The next wave of growth was propelled by New Deal investments that got more than 10,000 athletic and recreational facilities built. The third wave was aided by the Land and Water Conservation Act which between 1965 and 1980 got more than 40,000 facilities built. Now, the White House and Congress are mulling whether to spend trillions on infrastructure to help get more people back to work. If that bill were to include recreation infrastructure (new or revamped parks, fields, gyms, rinks, etc., plus trails and bike lanes), what would we want? And how to support the maintenance and programs that come with more places to play?

July 30, 2020

2:00 PM (CT)

Join us for a hands-on training where you will learn the virtual facilitation tools, tips, and tricks needed to build trust, spark ideas, and foster collaboration in your virtual meetings.

July 30, 2020

12:00 PM CT

Stakeholders in the sports industry are leveraging this time in history to reposition the discussion on sports and social impact -- from what needs to change to how to make it happen. Let\\\'s face it...the COVID-19 pandemic has society on the ropes. Its impact has ushered in a time for change not seen for generations. Traditionally, the sports industry has had a special role of creating social cohesion and inclusion. But the restart of sports seems to be stuck in a perpetual loop of tentative dates and \\\"TBD\\\" plans. Those critical decisions about when, where, and how are still being made by the power brokers at the top, led by the commissioners, owners and broadcasters. In the meantime, teams, leagues, and sponsors are beginning to unite to carve out their message to the masses, while fans have raised their collective voices for protest in person and on social media. The dramatic shift in how we view past injustices - and pressure from corporate America - could make once-sacred mascots of longtime sports franchises an endangered species. We have not seen athlete activism like this since the 1960s, and it is not just the Black Lives Matter movement that is gaining traction in this equality space. The LGBTQ community has amplified the discussion on discrimination as well, garnering proud support from teammates and fans.

July 29, 2020

12:00 PM CT

Live sports is facing a ‘new normal’ as they welcome fans back into their venues. Already confronted with increasing, continuously evolving demands – driven by both fan expectations and operational/business requirements – recent events have only escalated these demands and introduced new complexities for venue environments. Join us for a webinar on Wednesday, July 29 at 1 PM EST as John Brams of Extreme Networks, Roy Sommerhof of the Baltimore Ravens, and Andrew McIntyre of Vinik Sports Group join Joe Londergan of Front Office Sports for a discussion on what in-venue competencies and use cases are critical to the future of live sports, and in what ways digital transformation is accelerating to meet these needs.

July 28, 2020

12:00 PM (CT)

Join us for a hands-on training where you will learn the virtual facilitation tools, tips, and tricks needed to build trust, spark ideas, and foster collaboration in your virtual meetings.

July 26, 2020

1:00 p.m.

Donald Driver is hosting a Super Bowl Championship Reunion as part of his Official Donald Driver Charity Softball Game at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in 2020! The game will raise money for the Donald Driver Foundation. The mission of the Donald Driver Foundation is to display Strong Hands, Strong Minds, and Loving Hearts to serve as a hand up, not a hand out. He is bringing back a lot of his teammates from the championship team that won in Dallas in 2011. The will be held on Sunday, July 26 at 1:05pm. 🎁 Fans attending the game will receive a complimentary, limited edition Donald Driver bobblehead! Ticket Options: Front Row Box Seat | $53 Standard Box Seat | $43 Reserved Bleacher Seat | $25 General Admission Grass Seat | $12 Patio Tables (4 seats) | $212 (limited number available) ** (includes one autographed item signed by Donald Driver) - All- You - Can - Eat seats | $80 **There are 69 All-You-Can-Eat seats available for this game for $80 per seat. This ticket includes admission to the game, an all-you-can-eat picnic for 90 minutes, and two beverages (beer, soda, or water).

Location: Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, 2400 N. Casaloma Dr., Appleton, Wisconsin

July 23, 2020

11:30 PM (CT)

While the stability of the American job market is in question, we know the nonprofit sector is looking to hire top talent when the time is right. With unemployment at an all-time high, many amazing people have nothing but time to think about their next step. If this sounds familiar, we are here to help you learn how to best position yourself in today’s job market. Join Evolve Giving Group’s President & CEO, Amy Schiffman, in conversation with a panel of nonprofit talent experts to discuss marketing your best product – yourself! Walk away with tips for building your resume, nailing the virtual interview process, negotiating your offer, and more.