Networking, in its simplest form, is learning from your peers and listening to their experienced voices. Through working groups, networks, committees, one-on-one connections, and sector initiatives, Philanthropy New York provides the time and space for relationships within the philanthropic community to grow.
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Philanthropy New York manages and supports several professional peer networks around role and interest and issue-based working groups around funding areas.
Connect with national groups around funding areas and professional interests.
Meet peers who fund in healthcare and learn more about each other’s work and goals for the year. This meeting will also serve as an opportunity to learn how you can become engaged with this network of peers over the course of the year.
In 2012, Philanthropy New York responded to member interest and facilitated the development of the International Grantmakers Network to enhance the effectiveness of grantmakers working internationally. The network aims to:
In response to member interest, Philanthropy New York piloted a new peer network last fall to create a peer-learning community for NYC-based philanthropic advisors. The network aims to provide a supportive space for advisors to build relationships with peers and dig in to the professional challenges and opportunities that come with this role.
As you build your professional network, you will increase your knowledge of the sector, visibility, and awareness.
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A Philanthropy New York International Grantmakers Network program.
Working Groups on education, health care, women and girls, veterans, volunteerism, aging, juvenile justice, workforce development and other issues are central to our policy efforts. Get the latest news on those groups.
Technology is always evolving, whether it’s a new program or updated software— new becomes old fairly quickly. Come and learn from your peers and other professionals about the latest tips and tools available to you in your administrative support role.
Annette Ensley and Shelly Harper (Nathan Cummings Foundation) and Jason McGill (Philanthropy New York, and formerly at Sponsors for Educational Opportunity) shared their knowledge and experience in developing internship programs at a Foundation Administrator's Network meeting.
Read the latest updates on these Issue-Based Working Groups: Community Food Funders, the Education Working Group, Funders of Women and Girls and the Health Policy Working Group.
Read the latest updates on these Issue-Based Working Groups: Community Food Funders and the New York Juvenile Justice Initiative.
TCC Group is seeking a seasoned professional to lead the firm’s Philanthropy practice. This person should have extensive experience in the philanthropic sector and the ability to lead client consulting engagements, business development efforts, and team management.
Read the latest updates on these Issue-Based Working Groups: Community Food Funders, the Education Working Group, the Health Policy Working Group, the New York City Human Services Data Project and the Service for Impact Working Group.
This generation is very different from the other generations that came before them. At this Foundation Administrators Network (FAN) session, we will discuss what motivates Gen Y, what they are looking for from their job and how we can integrate this generation into our intergenerational work places.