Code for America has a vision for a new kind of government—where technology, operations, and policy all work together, centered around delivering what people need. The organization builds digital services that enhance government capabilities and helps others do the same across all levels of government.
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Thoughts on Adult Development in the Workplace by Jen Dary
Seneca Family of Agencies (Seneca) was founded in 1985 out of a deeply held conviction that youth and families do not fail, but rather are failed by public systems unable to address their complex and specialized needs.
Founded in 2015, Unloop partners with the Washington State community and technical college system to establish an end-to-end educational pathway into careers in tech for individuals with criminal records.
“Even though it doesn’t always feel like it in the moment, I want to be challenged. I am often so wrapped up in managing the day-to-day that I don’t put any time into my own professional and intellectual development. I appreciate my supervisor challenging me to better myself.”
Ghisallo Cycling Initiative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Austin, Texas. Our mission is to enable traditionally underserved populations to access their interests by bicycle.
As technology advances so do the obstacles of aiding victims of labor and sex trafficking. It is for this reason that Seattle Against Slavery has created four dynamic programs to not only help those exploited, but to educate others in how best to be allies and advocates in the fight against human trafficking.
The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) believes in the transformational power of work. Our mission is to provide immediate, effective, and comprehensive employment services to individuals with criminal convictions who have recently returned home following incarceration.
We regularly welcome nonprofit/education attendees at So Now You’re a Manager events. We believe these attendees bring much-needed perspective to the room and the group benefits from hearing about the important work they’re doing.
Why do folks resist moving into management? “Early in your career, a lot of management looks like creating an obstacle course for team members to traverse.”
So you bought the cards and now they’re sitting on your desk looking…. daunting. Your next round of 1:1s starts in a few minutes and you’d like to test drive these things. How do you begin?
“We have so much more to contribute than we often dare to acknowledge.”
This is a perfect Q4 event for the newly-promoted or those who want to use their professional development dollars before they’re lost to 2019! We’re excited to move this Bay Area event back across the bridge.