Upcoming Webinars

Yolo NPLA Presents: Nonprofit HR Issues Panel Discussion
December 14, 2021 @ 2PM
Register at http://bit.ly/yolonpla2021dec

The past two years have been a wild ride for nonprofit staffing. From layoffs to new hires, candidate shortages to changing expectations, the pandemic has driven a number of changes. At the same time, many nonprofits are looking to be more thoughtful about diversity, equity, and inclusion in their hiring and staffing practices. But in our often-resource-constrained organizations, where do we start? Start by joining this panel of experts in the nonprofit HR space: Andrea Weiss, a career counselor and recruiter with a focus on nonprofits; Lyndon Huling, Manager for Leadership Recruitment & Diversity Services at UC Davis; and Desiree Aragon, who leads Talent and Culture for CapRadio. We’ll talk about where the nonprofit staffing market is, where it’s going, and how you can best meet your staffing goals. 

Archived WebinarsCOVID Vaccine & Yolo Nonprofits Thursday, February 4, 2021

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2021 Nonprofit Event Planning Webinar Wednesday, December 9, 2020
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2021 Nonprofit Virtual Event Webinar links

Strategic Planning in Crisis  Monday, May 18, 2020

Strategic Scenario Planning

Scenario Tracker

Cash Flow Scenario Model

Board Leadership in Crisis  Thursday, May 14, 2020

COVID-19 Recovery_Board Engagement_May2020

Fundraising Events & COVID-19: Cancel, Postpone, Plan, or Adapt?  Tuesday, May 12, 2020

HWC Event Resources 2020.05

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Tools for Virtual Programming and Online Marketing slides

Zoom Meeting Guide


Six Step_Brainstorming_Exercise






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Creating Financial Certainty in Uncertain Times: Let’s Build Your Action Plan Together April 14, 2020

Summary of COVID-19 Related SBA Loan Options

Families First Coronavirus Response: Act Summary of Emergency Paid Sick Leave and Emergency FMLA Regulations

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