Nonprofit Learning Series Workshops

for nonprofits in Klamath County

This FREE three-part training series for board members, staff, and volunteers is designed to help you develop strong, smart, engaged nonprofit leaders. Whether you are new to nonprofit service or a seasoned leader, CNS’s Nonprofit Learning Series will give you tools for effective governance, clarify your financial responsibilities, and help sharpen your fundraising skills.

Registration is completely free, and all sessions are virtual!

Three In-Depth Sessions with Experts

Board Roles and Responsibilities

Tuesday, September 22nd, 10am-11:30am

New and even seasoned nonprofit board members may not understand their basic obligations. In this session, explore the legal duties, roles and responsibilities of volunteer board members in governing charitable and other nonprofit organizations with CNS’s Program Director, Jess Hampton. 


Tuesday, September 29th, 10am-11:30am​

In this session, Jenn Clemo, CNS’s Executive Director, will put fundraising in context to help you gain an understanding of board member responsibilities, nonprofit sources of revenue, revenue diversification, and what sustainability really means.


Tuesday, October 6th, 10am-11:30am​

This session is designed to offer a primer to nonprofit financial management. Jenn Clemo, CNS’s Executive Director, will walk you through the financial responsibilities of board members, common nonprofit financial reports and terminology, everyday management tools, and basic financial controls.

Meet your Presenters

Jenn Clemo
Executive Director, CNS

Jenn Clemo is a nonprofit professional with expertise in resource development, program design and evaluation, outreach and engagement, and strategic initiatives.

She is an experienced nonprofit consultant, trainer, and adviser. Jenn is passionate about helping nonprofits recognize their full potential and providing mission-driven services that enhance their capacity to make the communities we live in healthy and vibrant.

Jess Hampton
Program Director, CNS

Jess Hampton is a community and organizational development professional with an academic background in nonprofit management. She is a seasoned facilitator and trainer with a demonstrated capacity to foster the growth of nonprofits through tailored programming, experiential training, and organizational planning.

Jess is passionate about leveraging the power of bringing people together to create possibilities, solve problems, and make decisions.

About the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship

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These workshops are presented by the Center for Nonprofit Stewardship, a nonprofit organization that educates and empowers nonprofits in sound financial, administrative, and organizational stewardship.