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Hoffman-Haas Fellowship Starting Two New Cohorts in September

Are you a candidate for the next cohort in your region?

Thirty individuals whose goal is to actively engage in issues which impact their community through meaningful nonprofit board service are completing the Hoffman-Haas Fellowship in Manchester.

The inaugural cohort of the Hoffman-Haas Fellowship in Manchester was brimming with great energy from the 30 Fellows and 30 Mentors that participated.

The Hoffman-Haas Fellowship is a great opportunity for new and future community leaders to engage in learning about being effective nonprofit board leaders. Through presentations from national speakers, mentoring by nonprofit and community leaders, and dialogues about the hot board topics of today, the Hoffman-Haas Fellowship strives to populate New Hampshire nonprofit boards with inspired, prepared and ready-to-be-engaged board leaders.

Here’s what Fellows are saying:

“The program and mentor experience of the Hoffman-Haas Fellowship has provided me with a strong foundation of knowledge and has also given me the opportunity to network with other driven and ‘community conscious’ people. It has been a very educational and rewarding experience.”

-Jeff Galvin - Senior Associate, Lavallee/Brensinger Architects

"My experience in the Hoffman-Haas Fellowship Program has been invaluable.  I know that time spent with an organization will be time well spent, for me and for them."

-Shannon Sullivan - Community Relations Manager, Union Leader

The Hoffman-Haas Fellowship will be offered in two locations this fall – one in the Seacoast and one in the Monadnock region. Applications are now being accepted for both cohorts.

Application Deadline: July 15th, 2014

Wish we were coming closer to where you live and work? So do we! Drop us an email to let us know that you’re interested and what region you are from. It’ll help us plan the locations for our 2015 Fellowships.

Posted on: April 22, 2014
Topics: Something New

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