Category Archives: Programs

Well Received Board Chair Roundtables: A Collaborative Environment for Board Chairs

In the past year, NESC’s Southwestern Connecticut and Northern New Jersey regions have partnered with local organizations to host a series of Board Chair Roundtables for nonprofits in their areas. The Roundtable offers Board Chairs the opportunity to network, share … Continue reading

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NESC Develops New Program Tool for Organizational Assessment

NESC has developed a program tool which assists a nonprofit organization with an assessment of its organizational strengths and weaknesses.  The program is based upon a detailed questionnaire aimed at bringing into focus an accurate picture of an organization’s current … Continue reading

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Introducing Business Advisory Services: a New NESC Program!

Business Advisory Services (BAS) is a new type of consulting engagement designed to assist clients through focused facilitated sessions concentrating on an organization’s specific needs. The services will be provided on a one‑on‑one basis addressing specific areas including:

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Social Enterprise Team Presents at Baruch College

On March 20, NESC conducted its second workshop on Social Enterprise at the annual Nonprofit Consulting Day sponsored by the Baruch College School of Public Affairs’ Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management, and Con Edison.  Our morning session, attended by … Continue reading

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Nonprofit Collaboration Workshop in SW CT

Can collaborating help your organization achieve its objectives? In this challenging environment, nonprofits are considering collaborations as a strategy to sustain and/or enhance their missions.  Such collaborations can range from simple cooperation to more strategic forms including affiliations, alliances, joint … Continue reading

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Calling All NYC Arts Organization: Let’s Meet Up!

Attention all NYC Arts organizations! Our 18th Annual Arts Reception will be taking place this January 23, 2013. Kerry McCarthy, Program Officer of Arts and Historic Preservation, for The New York Community Trust is the featured speaker. In addition, Ira Schwartz, Former Executive Vice President of D’arcy, … Continue reading

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Introducing Board Chair Roundtables in NYC

Leading a nonprofit board can be a formidable responsibility.  Do you ever wish you had a resource for advice and counsel?  NESC  has developed Board Chair Roundtables so board leaders can help each other address common challenges.  A facilitated peer-to-peer learning … Continue reading

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Make Your Voice Heard!

Nonprofits, we want to hear from you! Cast your vote below. Click all those that apply. Thanks for participating! The results will be posted in the Summer edition of our newsletter. Keep up with NESC by subscribing to our mailing … Continue reading

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Time for a new strategic plan? NESC experts are ready to assist

When did you do your last strategic plan? Is it an active, operating document that guides your organization’s daily work – or is it collecting dust on the shelf? “Everyone has a strategic plan, but it often winds up in … Continue reading

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Sterling National Bank and NESC Form Exciting New Relationship

Sterling National Bank and NESC Form Exciting New Relationship

“Sterling National Bank, a subsidiary of Sterling Bancorp (NYSE: STL),
the leading business bank dedicated to the New York-Metro area, and the National Executive Service
Corps (NESC), a provider of consulting services to not-for-profit entities, today announced the
formation of a business relationship focused on supporting NESC’s clients’ banking and financial
needs.” Learn more at the link.

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