Brought to you by National Trust for Historic Preservation and made possible through the generous support of the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Thursday, September 19 –Saturday, September 21
The National Trust for Historic Preservation in partnership with the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) will host a two-day workshop designed to address the specific needs of executive directors, trustees, and boards managing African American historic sites and museums.
Topic areas will include non-profit management, preservation planning, board development and fundraising strategies. Workshop facilitators will use highly interactive exercises, case studies, small group work, and assignments focused on the specific needs of participant organizations.
The workshop offers effective methods of advancing organizational goals and provides knowledge on the processes and skills to promote leadership development for building sustainable organizations.
The goals of the workshop are to:
- Increase the capacity of organizational leaders;
- Expand the skills and strategies available to board and executive staff; and
- Engage participants in active communication about challenges and solutions to common organizational development issues.
- Thursday, September 19 (Time TBD) Participant Welcome Dinner
- Friday, September 20 (Time TBD) Full Day Workshop
- Saturday, September 21 (Time TBD) Half-Day Workshop
The two-day workshop will be followed by a six-month period of check-in calls to help organizations move from learning to application and successful implementation.
A non-refundable cost of $300 will be charged for each organization participating in the workshop. There is no fee to apply for the workshop.
- Organizations wishing to participate should submit an application on or before July 3, 2019.
- Due to program format, only 5-6 organizations will be accepted to participate in the program.
- Participating organizations must enroll their chief staff person and at least four (4) board members to attend. All staff and board members must attend Thursday and Friday activities. Only the chief staff person and board president/chair are required to attend the Saturday session.
- Additional board members per organization may be accommodated on a space available basis.