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Chicago Foundation for Women in partnership with TransUnion's Women's Networking Resource Group is hosting a 4-hour training for TU associates interested in nonprofit board service. Joining a nonprofit board is an opportunity to take on a meaningful leadership role, expand your professional network, and enhance your creativity for solving new problems. As a board member you are positioning yourself to both share your talents and expertise, and to develop skills that will benefit you professionally and personally.
This training will be on Thursday, May 16th from 9am - 1pm at TransUnion. Participants will learn about the legal and fiduciary responsibilities of a board member, fundraising basics and tips on finding the right board for them. Board Boot Camp Express provides participants with the knowledge and skills to become an effective nonprofit board member. The WNRG has generously covered the vast majority of the cost of the training; however, there is a $50.00 non-refundable registration fee required to secure a seat for this training. Seats are limited.
Please note: Due to CFW's experiential learning and interactive training style, this event is limited to onsite participants only.
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