Annual MNA Conference

Montana Nonprofit Association’s annual conference celebrates the transformation that takes place when we join forces for impact, and asks us to reflect on our individual power and responsibility to foster relationships and communities that move the common good forward.  

The MNA Conference brings more than 400 people together for the premier nonprofit convening in the region. This high-energy event is designed for networking, learning, and renewal. Attendees will experience national and local speakers, focused training, peer exchange, a nonprofit trade show, full-day preconference workshops, and tangible tools you can put into action at your organization immediately. Join us and boost your knowledge, expand your connections, deepen your sense of purpose, and be sustained in your work.      

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2018 Training Calendar
We are excited to announce a diverse and value-packed training calendar for 2018. With 28 training events scheduled from February to August, our nonprofit training program offers something for everyone.

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U of M Certificate Program
The University of Montana offers online short courses in nonprofit administration designed for busy professionals. These online courses are based on MNA’s Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Excellence in Montana.

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Training Calendar/Event Submission
Register for seminars, webinars, conferences, workshops, and more to help your nonprofit become more effective, more efficient, and more accountable. Training opportunities support MNA’s Principles and Practices for Nonprofit Excellence in Montana. MNA members receive a discount on all MNA trainings.

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Annual Conference Archives
The largest conference for Montana’s nonprofit sector. Nonprofit staff, board members, volunteers, consultants, foundation staff and trustees, community leaders, public officials, students, and others interested in the nonprofit sector gather to learn, connect and discuss the latest issues facing the nonprofit sector.

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