The Connecticut Council of Family Service Agencies in partnership with the University of Connecticut Department of Public Policy and eleven other Connecticut public and nonprofit sector associations as a Partner Organization of the Public Service Executive Leadership Collaborative.
The goal of the Collaborative is to:
· Provide high-quality, low-cost training and professional development for Connecticut’s public and nonprofit sector professionals.
· Reduce training costs for the public and nonprofit sector associations, and
· Provide a shared learning environment that strengthens ties and networks between public sector and nonprofit professionals.
To learn more about the Collaborative please visit their website here.
New Academic Year Launch
The Connecticut Public Service Executive Leadership Collaborative provides professional development training for Connecticut public sector and nonprofit employees. The Collaborative’s trainings are created by the UConn Department of Public Policy in key partnership with leading Connecticut public sector and nonprofit professional associations and agencies. Working together, the goal of the Collaborative is to provide low cost, high quality professional development for Connecticut’s public service employees. Here is a link to the Fall 19 & Spring 20 Public Service Executive Leadership Collaborative workshop schedule. We hope you can join us.
Attend at a Reduced Cost: If you are a member or grantee of one of the Collaborative’s Partner Organizations, a current host of a DPP intern, or alumni of DPP, you may attend the training of your choice at a substantially reduced cost.
Free October 31st Luncheon Panel Discussion
Thursday, October 31, 2019, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, Hartford Public Library: Center for Contemporary Culture
Combined with fixed expenses in the State’s budget, slow or no growth puts real pressure on the Connecticut’s ability to invest in infrastructure and meet educational and human services needs. What initiatives should Connecticut take to accelerate economic growth in a way that improves rather than exacerbates income inequality?
Moderator Jay Williams, President, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
Peter Gioia, Chief Economist, PGEcon LLC
Keith Phaneuf, State Budget Reporter CT Mirror
David Souder, Interim Dean, UConn School of Businessus,
Representative Jason Rojas, 9th House District, Chair, Finance Revenue and Bonding Committee
Glendowlyn Thames, Deputy Commissioner, CT Department of Economic and Community Development
Matthew Nemerson, Vice-President, Budderfly Inc. and Past President CT Technology
Light lunch: 11:30am-12:00pm; Panel Discussion: 12:00-1:30pm. Register Here.
Click here to view the full 2018-2019 Workshop Schedule.