CMF’s event calendar includes standalone learning opportunities as well as regularly scheduled monthly events through several learning series.
CMF-JCP Grantmaking Series
The the CMF-JCP Grantmaking Series is a practitioner-led learning series that teaches the techniques of effective grantmaking to both new and seasoned foundation professionals. The sessions are highly practical, academically rigorous, and designed to be as accessible and affordable as possible. Participants who complete the series will receive a Certificate of Completion.
This year, we will offer two live webinars (1.5 hours each) and two workshops (3 hours each). To qualify for the Certificate of Completion, participants of the 2017 Grantmaking Series must complete 12 hours of training; the hours completed can be taken live from the current series offerings and through purchasing on-demand recorded webinars. **Participants with contact hours from 2016, not amounting to the 12 hours required for training, may carry these into 2017 to successfully complete the series.
Participants in this series must complete all training by December 31, 2017 to qualify for a 2017 Certificate of Completion.
Click the links below to purchase the on demand webinars or for more information. Questions about the CMF-JCP Certificate program? Contact Andrea Judd, program coordinator, Learning Services via email or 313.960.4192.
Tri-State Learning Series
The Tri-State Community Foundation Webinar Series is a program offering made possible through a partnership between the Council of Michigan Foundations, Philanthropy Ohio and Indiana Philanthropy Alliance. These webinars are designed for, but not exclusive to, community foundations.
The National Center for Family Philanthropy (NCFP) Series is a monthly webinar with rotating topics focusing on family philanthropy. Complimentary webinar registrations are available as a benefit to Council of Michigan Foundations members.
InFocus Southeast Michigan Series
InFocus (formerly Detroit Area Grantmakers) brings CMF members together to network and learn about key issues and policies affecting metropolitan Detroit, the Southeast Michigan region, and beyond.