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イベント紹介 : nternational Collaboration on Non-profit NGO Management 非営利組織マネジメントにおける国際共同学習プ
投稿者: RoseIto 投稿日時: 2015-1-14 18:31:57 (659 ヒット)

The purpose of TUJ’s NEW International Collaboration on Nonprofit/ NGO Management Program is to prepare community members interested in the work of nonprofit NGOs alongside nonprofit professionals in the US and Japan. Guest speakers from both countries will help prepare participants to serve in our increasingly complex and connected world. Through engaging discussions, sharing with specialists and the use of technology, the NGO Management Certificate Program at TUJ and the Nonprofit Evaluation, Services and Training Program (NEST) at Temple University Harrisburg Campus (TUH) will collaborate on two courses each year to develop intellectual exchange with peers and colleagues from diverse backgrounds. Participants will gain a deeper understanding and wider perspective on topics such as current issues in development, leadership, grant writing, financial management, program management and human resources and help them to take on more active roles within their organizations or communities. The program will offer a rare opportunity for participants seeking a more global perspective on the nonprofit sector.
Lead Facilitator: Sarajean Rossitto

Day/Dates: Saturdays, January 24, 31, February 7, 14, 21, 28, March 7 & 14
Time: 9:00-11:20 (9:00-11:00 on January 24 / 9:00-11:50 on March 14)
Venue: Temple University, Japan Campus, Azabu Hall
Tuition: \65,500 (\10,800 Entrance Fee required for New Students)
Register: ・ www.tuj.ac.jp/cont-ed or by e-mail contedinfo@tuj.temple.edu
(Send full name, e-mail and phone number)

Jan. 24―Introduction to the course, overview of the nonprofit NGO sector and contexts in the US and Japan
Sarajean Rossitto and picture - Lead Facilitator Tokyo-based nonprofit NGO consultant, facilitates workshops, seminars and projects aimed at developing skills, organizational capacity, understanding of global issues and effective partnerships.
Jan. 31―Shared Session 1- International Collaboration
Gabriel Kazuo Tsurumi is the Executive Managing Director and National Director for Plan Japan; he is concurrently acting as the Vice Chair of the Network NGO, Japan NGO Center for International Corporation (JANIC); Chairperson of GCAP (Global Call to Action Against Poverty) Japan; and a Board Member of the Japan Association of Charitable Organizations.
Feb. 7―Shared Session 2- Strategic Marketing Planning for Nonprofits
Melissa Gilliam Shaw (name and picture) specializes in marketing and branding, helping nonprofits tell their stories through innovative marketing, strategic branding, and distinctive content.
Feb. 14―Shared Session 3- The Role of Nonprofit NGOs in Emergencies
Go Igarashi and picture Program Manager of Association for Aid and Relief, Japan (AAR Japan), has been assigned to several emergency relief operations and has also participated in recovery/development programs in many different parts of the world.
Feb. 21―Shared Session 4- Fundraising without Borders
Muadi B. Dibinga and picture has over 30 years work experience in the nonprofit sector specializing in organizational assessments, strategic planning, diversity training and fundraising and development.
Feb. 28―Shared Session 5- Current issues in the US and Japan in Nonprofit - Government Sector relations
TBD
Mar. 7― Lead Facilitator Presentation – Theme: Current issues facing Japanese nonprofit NGOs
Sarajean Rossitto
Mar. 14― Participant presentations, Wrap-up session
Sarajean RossittoTUJ conted

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