Nonprofit Resource Center

Board Internship Program for Tulsa Nonprofits and Young Adults

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Every year Tulsa’s Young Professionals (TYPros) and Leadership Tulsa pair up to match more than 80 young, aspiring nonprofit leaders to local organizations through the Board Internship Program.

According to TYPros, the program serves to “develop young adult leaders in Tulsa by familiarizing them with each other, the community in general, and the practices and principles of community leadership through a nonprofit board internship.”

Skill Improvement: Nonprofit Writing

No matter its form--email, text, or tweet--writing is an essential skill for nonprofit professionals who must be able to clearly communicate goals, persuade donors to give, market services, and more.

If you feel less than confident in your writing ability, or just need to brush up, check out the library's free online writing classes and books:

Learning Express* offers courses and guides on grammar, editing, researching, and more.

Free Workshop: Bare Essentials for Successful Presentations

February 19, 2013
9:30 a.m.-noon
Hardesty Regional Library - Frossard Auditorium
8316 E 93rd St. - Tulsa, OK 74133

Learn how to properly prepare for public presentations and how to become your own best critic.

This interactive session will be presented by Robert J. Doolittle, PhD. Dr. Doolittle is a retired faculty member of the University of Tulsa Department of Communication where he taught courses such as persuasion, conflict management and political communication for more than 25 years.

Weatherization Assistance Programs

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This winter has been mild so far, but as many Oklahomans know, that can change at any moment. Weatherization prepares your home for Oklahoma's erratic cold temperatures and snow storms, but can be an unaffordable option for some homeowners and renters.

If your residence is in need of weather prepping, these assistance programs may be able to help you:

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