Published April 24, 2013
Are you ready to take the next step in your development career? The Management Fellows program prepares emerging development leaders with industry knowledge and confidence to take their career to the next level. Please join us for an Open House to learn more about the 2013-14 Management Fellows program.
Tuesday, May 14th
6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
420 E. Superior St., Rubloff Building
9th floor, Lake Shore Conference Room.
Brief presentation will begin promptly at 6:15 p.m.
The Open House is an opportunity for you to meet past Management Fellows participants, network with board members, and talk about the program with facilitator Tom Wick, Chief Advancement Officer, Urban Education Institute, University of Chicago.
Please R.S.V.P. by May 10 to Kristin Pollock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read more about the Program and submit your application today!
Published March 12, 2013
Join the DLC for post-work drinks and casual networking on Thursday, April 4th at 6pm. Alumni and friends of the DLC alike are invited to come to Timothy O’Tooles at 622 N. Fairbanks, where the DLC will have a private room reserved. Connect with fellow alumni and former colleagues while making new connections. See you there!
Published March 12, 2013
Annual Fellows is an intermediate professional development program that helps prepare development officers in the early and intermediate stages of their career in advancement for success in their ongoing service to the non-profit community. The program is facilitated by Nora Kyger, Senior Vice President at Ter Molen, Watkins & Brandt LLC. Fellows meet from 6-9 p.m., one day per month for 9 months, September through June. The 2013-2014 fee of $350 covers all expenses except transportation and includes meals. Some scholarships are also available. Learn more and access the application here.
Management Fellows is an advanced professional fellowship program that will help prepare new generations of non-profit managers to lead with confidence and knowledge. The program is facilitated by Tom Wick, Chief Advancement Officer, University of Chicago’s Urban Education Institute. The program meets for ten sessions, September through June, from 6–9 p.m., one Thursday per month. The 2013-2014 fee of $1,000 for each participant covers all expenses except transportation. Learn more and access the application here.
Published February 10, 2013
Please click HERE to access Networking with a Purpose, Clyde Watkins’ outline from the inaugural DLC Continuing Education event, Professional Networking in the Social Media Era on January 31st. SocialRaise‘s Kevin LaManna has also made available his presentation about how technology can help build your brand HERE.
Published February 4, 2013
Published January 30, 2013
The inaugural DLC Continuing Education event, Professional Networking in the Social Media Era was standing room only with over 62 people who came to see Clyde Watkins of TWB provide his insights on the fundamentals of building a strong professional network. Kevin LaManna of SocialRaise also provided an insightful presentation on how technology can help build your brand.
Click here to view the presentation: DLC Networking Deck
Thank you to all attendees, the Ter Molen Watkins and Brandt team for hosting, and the DLC Board Event Committee members Britta Heitzelman, Cameron Watkins, and Courtney Weeks for making it happen.
Stay tuned for our next DLC Continuing Fellows event later this spring.
Published January 9, 2013
The Development Leadership Consortium Board of Directors cordially invites you to the first DLC Continuing Fellows Program: Professional Networking in the Social Media Era.
Date & Time:
Thursday, January 31, 2013
6:00 PM Networking Reception
6:30 PM Program
Ter Molen Watkins & Brandt
2 North Riverside Plaza, 25th floor
Chicago, IL 60606
At this inaugural DLC continuing education event, Clyde Watkins, Chairman of Ter Molen Watkins & Brandt, will discuss the value and protocol of networking, and Kevin LaManna, President of SocialRaise will talk about the ways in which social networking can be utilized to enhance one’s networking activity.
The DLC Continuing Fellows Program has been created to offer our Annual and Management Fellow alumni ongoing opportunities to advance their professional knowledge and stay connected with colleagues and friends. We hope you will join us for a great evening of networking with fellow alumni and friends of the DLC.