Register for the 2017 MINN Summit before October 6th Deadline

The deadline to register for the 2017 MINN Summit is October 6. Sessions are filling up fast, and you don’t want to miss this year’s event.

New: Breakout Session Tracks
This year, the MINN Summit will offer an exciting new breakout session format that we hope will maximize opportunities for speakers and attendees to connect, share, and learn. By combining multiple presentations into unique breakout tracks, we believe attendees will be able to take away key insights, frameworks, and tools to help deepen and strengthen the impact they have on the people they serve.

Attendees will choose one breakout session track during the morning and one in the afternoon. Each track will feature 3-4 presentations lasting 15 minutes each, with time for questions and discussions at the end. Examples of breakout tracks include:

Social Enterprise Development

The Value and Ethics of University-Enterprise Partnerships
Megan Voorhees, University of Minnesota Institute on the Environment & Wes Meier, EOS International

International LGBT Social Enterprise Development in Minnesota
Charlie Rounds & Nick Alm, Mossier

Empowerment and Economic Autonomy: Women’s Community Lending in Central America and Mexico
Katherine Wojtan and Gilda Larios, Mary’s Pence

Fundraising and M&E
Winning Grants in Uncertain Times
Ellen Davis and Christine Schwitzer, Fox Advancement

Evaluation for Grant Seekers: From Proposal to Reporting
Becky Stewart, The Improve Group

Synchronizing the Priorities of Funders, Organizations, and Community Members for Evaluation
Kayla Meyers, The Improve Group

Be sure to check out the full lineup of 2017 MINN Summit breakout session tracks.
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