6) News From the Central Cariboo Arts & Culture Society
a) The Station House Gallery: Call for Exhibition Proposals for 2014
b) Cariboo Welcome Fair
c) Call for Submissions: Cariboo Mountain Bike Film Festival
The http://www.ridethecariboo.ca/film-festival web page will provide participants with the rules and guidelines for film festival entires. All entries must be submitted electronically through this web site no later than September 5th, 2013. Winning films will be selected for a Premier sceening on Friday Sept 15th.
d) Introduction to Non-Profit Management with Dr. Graham Kelsey
The course consists of ten modules:
1. Non-Profits: The Purveyors of Common Decency
2. Board Governance: The First Step in Non-Profit Management
3. Strategic Management for Non-Profits: Management for the Better
4. Financial Management in the Non-Profit Sector
5. Strategic Management of Human Resources: People are the Best Resource
6. Fundraising and Resource Development
7. Marketing and Public Relations: Putting your Best Foot Forward
8. Program Evaluation for the Non-Profit sector: Measuring up to the Challenge
9. Leading and Managing in the Non-Profit sector
10. Volunteer Management: Treating your Volunteers as a Valuable Resource
Text Materials - A package of reading materials for each module will be supplied in electronic format. Students are encouraged to seek out further material as their interests develop.
Learning and Teaching Methods - The course will use lectures, in-class discussion, case analyses and individual and team projects. It is expected that students will undertake regular individual preparation for each class.
Fee: One tuition-free seat is available per Non-Profit organization. To request more than one seat, please call 250-392-8010 to check for availability. Fee for general public, not representing a Non-Profit organization $400
Dates: Sep 18-Dec 11, 2013, Wednesdays, 6-9pm
At: Thompson Rivers University, Williams Lake Campus