MINN Sponsored and Other Local Events
There are many great events in the Twin Cities for practitioners interested in international nongovernmental work! We try to keep up on these events and post them here. On this page, you will also find MINN-hosted events. If there is an event that you would like to see posted here, please fill out this form.
With co-sponsorship, MINN can help promote or put on an event! Get answers about the different kinds of co-sponsorship, what they involve, and their benefits here.
Please join us to learn about how your organization’s financial narrative can go beyond just numbers. Financial professionals like you are being asked to share your organization’s financials with board members, leadership, and other decision makers. However, many of these individuals are less familiar with financial rules and regulations.
This roundtable will focus on how you can shape your organization’s financial story in a format that is relatable, accessible, and understandable to all of your stakeholders.
Join us at the Lab in St. Paul for a beverage + networking on October 22nd!
Meet and socialize with peers and other MINN partners in the Twin Cities international NGO community: MINN board members, organizational members and individual members will be in attendance. This is also a great opportunity to learn more about the MINN Summit coming up on November 1st!
This event is free to attend! Food and beverage purchases are up to attendees, but everyone who attends will be entered to win a free beverage.
Join the Minnesota International NGO Network (MINN) and the Minnesota Public Health Association (MPHA) for a Talk and Tour of the Alliance Wellness Center at their offices in Bloomington to get an in-depth look at the organization in a small group setting. The agenda will focus on all aspects of the center, where Minnesotans of East African descent can get help overcoming addiction.
For volunteer-led organizations, evaluation and training opportunities can seem like impossible endeavors given budgetary and resource constraints. In this session we will showcase how these low-risk, high -reward environments offer ample opportunity for building evaluative thinking in organizations, developing future evaluation professionals, and strengthening evaluation capacity within the grassroots nonprofit sector.