SAVE THE DATES! Annoucing the 2015 UPHS Webinar Series.
NOTE: You can view past webinars on our Webinars page.
Each Webinar will contain 35 minutes of instruction with PowerPoint slides and 10 minutes for Q and A.
- September 10 -- LinkedIn for Nonprofit Professionals -- How to maximize the benefits of LinkedIn for your long-term career goals and your current nonprofit employer
- 12:00 p.m. – 12:45 p.m.
- Instructor: Megan Hollis, Career Liaison, Florida State University Career Center
- September 23 – Six Strategies for Active Supervision
- 2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
- Instructor: Carol Edwards, Director of Training, Community Based Care of the Big Bend
- September 29 – #Giving Tuesday: Plans that Work
- 9:30 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.
- Instructors: Colette Podgorski, Director of Development, Florida State University; Jessica Lowe-Minor, Executive Director, Institute for Nonprofit Innovation and Excellence
If you participate in the live webinar you will be able to engage in the Q and A portion.
We are very pleased to announce the availability of the UPHS Report, Essential Services and Outstanding Stewardship. This report shows the tremendous impact the nonprofit human service sector is making on Tallahasee/Leon County.
Please note that the report only highlights some of the agencies but not all. We used the agency examples that made the case for the five areas that are highlighted in the report.
Maybe in the future we can do a more extensive report that will include summaries of all UPHS organizations. All UPHS members are, however, listed at the back of the report.
Special thanks to James Moore & Co. for underwriting the costs of production.
In association with the United Partners for Human Services (UPHS), the selected agency will be recognized by the 21st Century Council at the May 2015 UPHS Conference in Tallahassee and presented with a $1000.00 check.
Application Due Date
February 27, 2015
All State of Florida registered non-profits providing direct services to members of the Tallahassee-Leon County community are eligible to apply.
A review team will consider submissions that include sections from existing agency grant proposals, grant reports, annual reports, evaluations or research papers that illustrate the effective utilization of data, especially local data, for identifying and prioritizing client and/or community needs. The material should also document the agency’s program impact and outcomes that show the mitigation of the identified need(s) and measurable benefits to the clients served.
Please refer to the award selection criteria and required application cover sheet.
The cover sheet and materials to be considered may be mailed or submitted electronically.
Mailed applications should be sent to:
21st Century Council
P.O. Box 10312
Tallahassee FL 32302
and must be postmarked no later than February 27th, 2015.
THE APPLICATION COVER SHEET MUST BE SIGNED AND SUBMITTED WITH THE MATERIALS FOR THE AGENCY TO BE CONSIDERED.
In the January 4, 2015, Tallahassee Democrat, article titled Directors seek fresh perspective, cultural dates and lots of coffee, UPHS Director Ellen Piekalkiewicz stated her New Year's resolution is "To focus on BIG Wins -- Toss Out the Checklist."
Download a PDF of Directors seek fresh perspective, cultural dates and lots of coffee