The 2012 CUPP Academy Training Series
is designed to build capacity for established and grassroots nonprofit organizations in the Greater Rochester Area. Individuals from community groups, local nonprofits, faith-based organizations, and local colleges and universities are invited to participate. Workshops range from Fundamentals of Community Organizations to Introduction to Program and Practice Evaluation.
The CUPP Mission is to provide transformational capacity-building and other educational services for those individuals, workers, organizations, and communities that are seeking healthy, sustainable and just communities. Our primary focus is on developing the sustainability of nonprofit organizations and projects that seek to reduce or eliminate the root causes of health, social, environmental, and economic inequalities, particularly those causes related to the underlying issue of poverty.
Individuals from community groups, local nonprofits, faith-based organizations, and local colleges and universities are invited to participate in the Academy, which is a series of training sessions designed to build capacity for established and grassroots nonprofit organizations in the Greater Rochester Area.
Nazareth College is hosting a four-month series led by the Community/University Partnership Program (CUPP), a consortium of faculty from local universities (including Nazareth) and managers from local nonprofits.
The 2013 workshops, which run from January through April are $5 per workshop or $25 for the entire series which is open to all. Workshops will be held in the Golisano Academic Center on the Nazareth College Campus at 4245 East Ave in Rochester. To register, please contact Kaitlyn Reif at (585)389-2674 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is due at least 48 hours before each workshop.
For more information, please contact Dr. Bill Benet at email@example.com