Introduction of Nonprofit Budgeting & Finance
Presented by the Center for Nonprofit Leadership

Ullman Commons 100/101

This workshop will focus on finance basics such as annual budgeting & resource allocation, financial planning, cash flow projections as well as preparing, presenting and understanding financial statements & reports.

Getting A Job You Love - October Workshop
4 Wednesday evenings, Oct. 4, 11, 18 & 25, 7-9pm

Peters Hall 102

Workshop is only $25, which includes 8 hours of instruction plus the book, “Getting a Job You Love, During a Tough Economy” and a Career Tool Kit companion workbook.

Dashboard Metrics: Tracking Your Organization’s Success
Presented by the Center for Nonprofit Leadership


Learn tools to develop a custom nonprofit dashboard—a visual representation of important information that can be quickly understood, analyzed and utilized to track progress, successes, obstacles and calibrate strategies.

Bring Your Own Brain (BYOB)
A Day of Innovative Solutions for ASD

Swenson Center for Social and Behavioral Sciences, Room 101

BYOB is an all-day event from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. seeking solutions to challenges faced by individuals on the autism spectrum.

Foundation Prospect Research
Presented by the Center for Nonprofit Leadership

Thousand Oaks Grant Brimhall Library

This workshop will utilize Foundation Directory Online Professional, a searchable database of foundations and corporate giving programs. Attendees will learn to research a prospect’s funding guidelines and priorities, search for specific types of grants and determine what and how much to ask for.

Executive Talent Management Forum
Leveraging Organizational Culture to Attract & Retain Top Talent

Lundring Events Center

This event is the second installment of a series of events organized by California Lutheran University’s School of Management that is dedicated to managing talent in modern organizations.

2017 Susan Greiser Price Arts and Learning Symposium
Reaching and Teaching Students with Autism

Lundring Events Center

This symposium offers interactive experiences and resources to increase high quality arts education in P-20 schools that serve students with autism.