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Free Workshops

All classes are "stand alone" formats and begin on time! Due to room size, classes are limited to 40 participants. Addresses and maps shown at the bottom of this page.

To register for these free workshops, send an e-mail to BeDemystified@aol.com or call 619.460.2738.

June 28
Wednesday
10:00 to noon
Inter Tribal Sports
THE ZEN OF SCHMOOZING
Increase Your Chances of Being Funded by Returning Civility to the Asking Game.
July 13
Thursday
10:00 to noon
FHCSD - Oak Park
FISCAL MANAGEMENT FOR NONPROFITS
Nonprofit bookkeeping, accounting, and reporting requirements will be clarified and made simple by our speaker, Dave Yoshida of Fortunate Fields. Dave's firm specializes in nonprofit financial matters, organizational compliance, and taxes. Dave has a background in nonprofit administration, has served as executive director of a national nonprofit organization, and now operates a successful accounting service firm in San Diego.
July 27
Thursday
10:00 to noon
FHCSD - Oak Park
SURVIVE AND THRIVE THROUGH SPECIAL EVENTS
Learn how your nonprofit can plan and execute a successful special event: the who, what, where, when, and why of coordinating a hit fundraising event…. without losing your mind in the process. Our Speaker/ Trainer will be Veronica Baker who has more than 30 years of experience in nonprofit management and fund development and Robin Tarr, the Executive Director of the Jonathan Tarr Foundation.
August 10
Thursday
10:00 to noon
FHCSD - Oak Park
THE MISSION STATEMENTS LINK
A well-crafted mission statement answers questions and provides a glimpse of your goals and guides decision making. In short, it tells your staff, your backers (especially funders) and the world at large, just what your group is accomplishing. The trick in writing a mission statement is to make it short, simple, flexible, memorable … and true. In this hands-on workshop by Frank Wagner, we will look at what makes a good mission statement – and what dooms a bad one, then use these tools to write a more appropriate mission statement.
Augsut 24
Wednesday
10:00 to noon
FHCSD - Oak Park
HOW TO DEVELOP AN EFFECTIVE MENTORING PROGRAM
Nationally known trainer, Jerry Sherk, says that mentoring has shown to be an important strategy in helping to serve high-risk populations. He will cover the basics of developing a 1:1 mentoring program. It will include an introduction to using mentoring’s “Effective Practices.” Attendees will be given the knowledge of how to put a mentoring program together, i.e. strategies for recruiting, screening, training, and matching mentors and mentees.
Family Health Centers of San Diego (FHCSD) - Oak Park
5160 Federal Blvd.

San Diego, CA 92105


National Conflict Resolution Center - Center for Community Cohesion
220 Euclid Ave.

San Diego, CA 92114



Inter Tribal Sports
40880 County Center Drive, Suite K

Temecula, CA 92591


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