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September 12 Partnering with Colleges: IMP Peer Share, 2 pm  

September 19 Mentoring To and Through College Webinar, Noon 
Join your mentoring colleagues and other nonprofit professionals on Oct 29-30 in Altoona at the Iowa Nonprofit Summit.   The biennial Summit offers essential learning opportunities to individuals in a variety of roles, including Board Members, Executive Directors, Program Directors, Resource Development staff and AmeriCorps members. The conference supports almost any aspect of continuous improvement mentoring programs might be pursuing.

All attendees from IMP programs should register as IMP Certified Programs. 
One attendee from each IMP certified program may attend at no cost and must enter the registration code to waive the fee. if your program did not receive the code in a previous email, please send a message to  
More info to come on IMP networking at the event! 

Nailed It! Creating Trainings and Presentations with Lasting Impact webinar: Sept 6th 1 pm 
Let’s move beyond just hoping no one’s eyes glaze over during a training. How can you make the most impact? How can you present the information in a way that lets people make connections and take action on new information?

Helping Children Cope with Crises & Helping Caregivers Recover
September 18th, 2019, 9am – 2:30 pm
Dodge County Extension office
Fremont NE 68025



Please join us in welcoming IMP AmeriCorps VISTA member Morgan Rippke. Born and raised in Fort Dodge, Iowa, he is a recent graduate of Iowa State University with a Master’s degree in Higher Education. His focus at ISU was in Program Assessment and Research Methodology in the field of Education working on projects assessing the certification of technical programs within community colleges in Iowa. At IMP, Morgan will be assisting with the Future Ready Iowa mentoring program, data collection and management and social media. He joined AmeriCorps VISTA to use his education to give back before returning to complete a Ph.D. program in Educational Psychology.

MENTORING MATERIALS: Resources for Programs


Persuasion & Healing: Why youth mentoring programs should prioritize mental health

Strengthening SEL Learning for Staff

Supporting Youth People in the Wake of Violence and Trauma 


Through the  Kohl's Volunteer Program, Kohl’s associates donate their personal time to make a difference in their local communities by volunteering with eligible 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. In support of our associates’ volunteerism, the eligible organization will receive a $500 volunteer reward* for every five associates that volunteer for each event.
The new Girls with Goals Fund is now open for applications for non-profit organizations and initiatives across the state to apply to receive funds for programs that help to empower girls to grow into strong women leaders. 
Qualifying non-profits must boast missions that ensure all girls (K-8) have an opportunity to gain critical skills that will support their growth as women leaders including:
  • Inspiring girls to recognize their inner strength
  • Celebrating all the characteristics that make each girl one of a kind
  • Sparking the interest and confidence in girls to pursue studies and careers in traditionally male-dominated fields
  • Empowering girls of all ages through mentorship
Applications are due 9.20.19 so apply today.
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