Nonprofit Workshop Series

Nonprofit organizations are the lifeblood of Arkansas's communities. We want to continue to support you the way that you support others by providing a series of nonprofit workshops designed to help your organization flourish and continue its good work. Have questions, contact us 501.450.3118.

There’s A Grant for That! FULL

The Minority Vendor Partnership initiative at UCA is pleased to provide a grant writing workshop "There's A Grant for That!" led by the incomparable Sherita Herring-Oglesby. Sherita Herring has raised over 30 million dollars and has helped to form over 600 businesses and nonprofit organizations that operate worldwide. In this easy-to-follow, comprehensive workshop, Sherita will provide you with a different set of eyes and ears to give you an entirely different perspective when viewing the community and businesses around you . . . GUARANTEED! You will leave with more knowledge than you ever thought about how to submit grant proposals. This workshop is ideal for minorities working for nonprofit organizations and/or for-profit businesses and companies or aspiring entrepreneurs. BONUS *Learn more about how to do business with UCA through our procurement office.

Regular Fee: FREE

Wed, April 17 -

9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Lunch will be provided

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Serving Latinx Communities

This workshop will help leaders of nonprofit organizations identify the challenges of reaching the Latinx community and equip nonprofits to find and create ways to overcome these barriers, concluding with a fun introduction to conversational Spanish.

Regular Fee: FREE

Thurs, April 4 - April 4

9:00 am - 11:00 am
Nonprofit Workshop Series

Location: UCA Downtown

Instructor: Itzel and Nancy Velazquez

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Citizens Academy

The UCA Citizens Academy is a 13-week program emphasizing civic engagement at the local and regional level. Meeting one evening per week during the 2019 fall semester, sessions include presentations on many of the units and services of local and regional government with special attention on how citizens can become more involved. Unlike many other citizen academies, the UCA Citizens Academy addresses a wide array of issues. Space is limited and applications will be accepted on a competitive basis. Apply today! Questions? Contact Dr. Clay Arnold at (501) 450-3412 or carnold@uca.edu.

Regular Fee: $50

Tues, September 3 - December 3

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Location: UCA Campus

Instructor: Various

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