Announcing the First Session for 2021 Nonprofit Summer Camp!

We are excited to announce the first session for this year’s Nonprofit Summer Camp!

Nonprofit Summer Camp will help all levels of professionals grow both professionally and personally. The six course offerings taught over two days (July 28 and August 11) will teach skills to strengthen mission-driven organizations while also providing an opportunity for team building and networking with other Vermont nonprofit leaders. These trainings are both practical and fun while learning important skills to enhance and drive nonprofit organizations’ missions forward.

Learn more about how to register for VT Nonprofit Summer Camp here and share widely with the nonprofit staff and leaders in your life that need a recharge!

3 Steps to Recharge Your Nonprofit Leadership
July 28th 9:30 – 11:00 AM

Are you so busy holding it together for everyone else that you can’t find time to think? Do you have big dreams for your leadership, but no space to vision or plan for them? It’s time for a RESET! Join leadership coach Amanda Silver for a 1.5-hour workshop designed for nonprofit leaders at this year’s Nonprofit Summer Camp!

We will cover 3 steps you can use immediately to:
• Connect to purpose
• Free up your time to do what matters most
• Quiet your inner critic

Learn More and Register for Nonprofit Summer Camp

About the Trainer: Amanda Silver

Amanda is a leadership development consultant, trainer, and executive coach with over 20 years of experience in developing the effectiveness of leaders and organizations. A long-time trainer with our Nonprofit Management Certificate Program, she is passionate about creating the conditions that allow individuals, teams and organizations to thrive. Amanda’s unique heart and mind approach draws on expertise in mindfulness, emotional-intelligence, and strength based mindsets. Amanda has worked with organizations and leaders throughout the country within higher education, social service agencies, advocacy organizations, philanthropic institutions, faith-based organizations and entrepreneurs. She is a mentor on the Racial Justice from the Heart team.

Amanda holds an M.S in Positive Organizational Development and a Certificate in Coaching for Emotional Intelligence from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. She lives in Hanover, NH with her husband and two children, and enjoys hiking and dancing. Learn more about Amanda and her consulting services at