Monthly Archives: April 2012

Helping Service-Learning Stick

by Matt Robinson A shout to the Maine Commission for Community Service for the beautiful event it hosted April 17th to recognize this year’s recipients of the Governor’s Awards for Service and Volunteerism. A good many THANK YOUs are in … Continue reading

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Strategic Planning for Nonprofits: Planning to Plan

by Daniel Martinage, CAE Making the commitment to undertake a strategic planning project is an extremely important first step, but once you’ve done this, what can you do to ensure you begin on the right foot and continue on track? … Continue reading

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Engineering Students’ Global Efforts Recognized

by Whitney Chamberlain Engineers Without Borders – UMaine (EWB-UMaine) is a group made up of students, faculty, and mentors with an interest in improving the quality of life for people in developing countries. Our mission is to “foster a worldwide … Continue reading

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Don’t Just Expand Your Program, Expand Your Thinking

by Jennifer A. Smith The decision to expand your volunteer program (or start one) can seem overwhelming. “How will I find the people?” you might wonder. “How do we mobilize them? Who’s going to manage all the details?” If you … Continue reading

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