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NGen | Moving Nonprofit Leaders from Next to Now
Independent Sector's NGen: Moving Nonprofit Leaders From Next to Now builds the capacity of nonprofit and philanthropic leaders age 40 and under to have significant impact on society's toughest challenges. Over the past five years, NGen leaders have addressed society's most complex leadership challenges, realized personal growth, and accessed a strong network of visionary, committed leaders. Emerging leaders in NGen have opportunities for: 
  • Professional and leadership development,
  • Networking and peer support,
  • Connections with established sector leaders, and
  • Recognition for achievements.

The NGen program contributes to the cultivation of new talent, empowers NGeners to contribute to their organizations, and emphasizes the role of emerging leaders in the development of the broader nonprofit community.



NOW AT NGEN...

Welcome 2014 American Express NGen Fellows!

Independent Sector is delighted to announce the selection of the 2014 cohort of American Express NGen Fellows. Over the course of the next year, these accomplished and innovative leaders will collaborate with other talented leaders age 40 and under, interact with established mentors, and contribute to Independent Sector's work on nonprofit impact and leadership. Click here to meet the 2014 Fellows!


5 Unique Characteristics + 4 Elements of Sustained Action + 1 Good Idea = Social Change through Movement Building

Join IS NGen and Sean Thomas-Breitfeld from the Building Movement Project for a webinar on September 16, 2014 from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. EDT to learn about what it takes to build a movement for social change. Learn about what it takes to build and sustain a social movement and how nonprofit and philanthropic organizations can use movement building to advance their missions. Click here to register. 


Registration open for the 2014 NGen Pre-Conference

Registration is open for the 2014 NGen Pre-Conference Program at the IS National Conference, November 15-16, 2014 in Seattle! This year’s pre-conference will focus on network and movement building, equipping nonprofit leaders with the leadership skills and personal network necessary to co-create the future of the social sector. Click here to learn more.

 

 


Throughout the year, emerging leaders can get involved with IS NGen in the following ways:

Email ngen@independentsector.org with any suggestions for or questions about NGen programming or to be added to the NGen mailing list.

   

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