Enterprise Bank’s Non-Profit Collaborative (NPC) wil be tomorrow at Indian Hill Music at 36 King Street in Littleton on Tuesday September 25, 2012. Doors open at 7:30 am. The seminar series will run from 8 – 10:30 am. we have partnered with the Middlesex Chamber of Commerce.
The topic is “The Win-Win of Partering with Students Methods for Mutual Success.”
Join us for a lively and informative panel discussion about the benefits of working with student interns, how to plan for a successful experience and what the schools are looking for when approaching a potential host. Dr. David A. Jordan, Seven Hills Foundation moderates this panel to give participants a complete perspective, so that your are able to develop a plan for working with student interns. Audience participation and questions are welcomed. A free seminar for non-profit directors, board members, staff and
those interested in developing internship opportunities in their business or organization. RSVP appreciated.
David A. Jordan, M.P.A. ‘02, President and CEO, Seven Hills Foundation
Dr. Jordan received his M.P.A. from Clark University in 2002. He also holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Rhode Island; an M.A. in Special Education from Salve Regina University; and doctorate (DHA) from the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Jordan has served as President and CEO of Seven Hills Foundation since July 1995. Seven Hills is a healthcare and human services network employing 3,000 professional staff and clinicians throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island and is the
umbrella organization for nine affiliated, nonprofit health and human services organizations. Since 2003, Dr. Jordan has also served as an Adjunct Professor at Clark in the Graduate School of Management (GSOM) and the College of Professional and Continuing Education (COPACE). His research and teaching has focused on Strategic Management, Public Policy and Administration, Strategic Marketing and more recently
the emergent topic of Social Entrepreneurship. He is a popular speaker nationally on the topic of social entrepreneurship and among his many honors, he was named by the Worcester Business Journal in 2007 as one of the Top 15 Entrepreneurs in Central Massachusetts, the only non-profit leader so recognized.