“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” ~ Nelson Mandela
The Institute for Social Change is an educational resource for ongoing professional development for nonprofit and social change professionals.
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Research and Learning Series
Information developed and shared as part of our Research and Learning Series works to create a platform for new ideas and additional perspectives across a variety of sectors. It is an opportunity for individuals and organizations to discuss relevant issues impacting efforts for social change and to participate in a public learning environment. The biannual ISC Research and Learning Summit brings together researchers, students and practitioners to share new perspectives on social change issues. This online event includes webinars, online trainings and local and live streamed events.
Spring ISC Research and Learning Summit – April 22-24, 2013
Online Learning Center
This online learning center provides on demand, collaborative and certificate courses for social sector professional development. ISC Members gain access to free and low cost courses with an individualor organization membership pass. Courses cover topics such as general nonprofit management, social media, strategy, critical analysis, leadership and topics within our 6 focus areas. The Online Learning Center helps social change agents stay on top of their skills and research of social change issues.
SPRING 2013 COURSE CATALOG COMING SOON! LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ONLINE LEARNING CENTER
NotEnoughGood.com – A Social Research Blog
NotEnoughGood.com is a challenge for charitable work and funding/initiatives that are designed to address social issues, to meet a higher standard of impact. This includes requiring more than a band-aid, “do-gooder” approach and empowering individuals to assist in making real change happen. We want to bring together people who give, people who plan, people who fund, people who care and people working in the trenches, to address and understand issues impacting communities around the globe. With new content Monday – Friday our blog is a place to find new perspectives, stories and research on social issues. Read and learn more at www.NotEnoughGood.com