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  • Basics of Effective Board Service: Preparing to Make a Difference

    Instructor: David Renz, PhD, director emeritus of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership at UMKC

    Dates for this four-day program:
    The series has already started. It is being held on the following Wednesday evenings (June 1, 8, 15, and 22, 2022). If you would like to be notified when we schedule the next series please let us know at culverm@umkc.edu / (816) 235-5720.

    Program Details

    Our four-session in-depth introduction to board service draws upon the nationally recognized expertise of Dr. David Renz, director emeritus of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership at UMKC, with brief presentations from a diverse group of experienced board leaders from across the Kansas City community. The goal of the series is to prepare current and emerging community leaders to serve effectively as members of the governing boards of nonprofit and other community and public service organizations. These interactive sessions will meet via Zoom from 6:30 to 9:00 pm on the first four Wednesday evenings of June.

    Session 1: Boards, Governance, and Public Service Leadership: Introduction to the Roles and Responsibilities of the Board and Its Members
    Date: June 1, 2022 (6:30 to 9:00 pm)

    • Introduction to Nonprofit (and Governmental) Boards
    • Making Sense of the Work of a Governing Board
    • The Legal and Ethical Dimensions of Board Work
    • The Core Responsibilities of Boards

    Session 2: Show Us the Money Part One! The Board’s Role in Securing and Using It Wisely
    Date: June 8, 2022 (6:30 to 9:00 pm)

    • Overview of Financial Leadership and Accountability
    • Understanding the Organization as a Financial Creature
    • Making Sense of Financial Reports
    • Insights from the Boardroom

    Session 3: Show Us the Money Part Two! The Board’s Role in Fundraising and Development
    Date: June 15, 2022 (6:30 to 9:00 pm)

    • Philanthropy and Nonprofit Business Models
    • Board Roles in Fund Raising and Development
    • The Basics of Philanthropy and Raising Money
    • Insights from the Boardroom

    Session 4: Organizing for Successful Board Work
    Date: June 22, 2022 (6:30 to 9:00 pm)

    • Variations in How Boards and Related Governance Structures Are Organized
    • Developing an Effective Board-Executive-Staff Partnership
    • What It Takes to be an Effective Board Member
    • The Passion to Serve: Finding the Right Match for Board Service
    • Insights from the Boardroom

    Location:
    These interactive sessions will meet via Zoom from 6:30 to 9:00 pm on the first four Wednesday evenings of June.

    Cancellation and Transfer Policy:
    Full refunds will be given when cancellations are made at least five working days before the first session. A $50 cancellation fee will be deducted from refunds when notification occurs fewer than five working days before class begins. No refunds will be made after the first session has begun. You may transfer your registration by contacting MCNL at (816) 235-5720 or culverm@umkc.edu. 

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

  • Dates for this one-day seminar:
    Tuesday, September 6, 2022 (8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

    Program Details

    In this workshop, you will cultivate financial leadership and accountability, explore financial information systems, identify short- and long-term financial strengths and weaknesses, and evaluate the financial health of your nonprofit organizations. Following this workshop you will be able to:

    • Understand the financial leadership model and complete a Financial Leadership Self-Assessment
    • Define accounting practices required for accurate financial information
    • Complete Accurate Financial Data Assessment
    • Recognize the financial leader’s key assessment questions and the information needed to answer these questions
    • Assess Financial Health Assessment

    This seminar is a part of the Financial Leadership of Nonprofit Organizations Series.

    Location and Parking:
    The session will be held at the UMKC Bloch Executive Hall, 5108 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Missouri. Parking details will be sent after registration.

    Meals:
    Light breakfast and boxed lunch will be provided.

    Cancellation and Transfer Policy:Full refunds will be given when cancellations are made at least five working days before the first session. A $50 cancellation fee will be deducted from refunds when notification occurs fewer than five working days before class begins. No refunds will be made after the first session has begun. You may transfer your registration by contacting MCNL at (816) 235-5720 or culverm@umkc.edu.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

  • Date for this one-day seminar:
    Friday, September 2, 2022 (8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

    Program Details

    In this workshop, you will cultivate financial leadership and accountability, explore financial information systems, identify short- and long-term financial strengths and weaknesses, and evaluate the financial health of your nonprofit organizations. Following this workshop you will be able to:

    • Understand the financial leadership model and complete a Financial Leadership Self-Assessment
    • Define accounting practices required for accurate financial information
    • Complete Accurate Financial Data Assessment
    • Recognize the financial leader’s key assessment questions and the information needed to answer these questions
    • Assess Financial Health Assessment

    This seminar is a part of the Financial Leadership of Nonprofit Organizations Series.

    Location and Parking:
    The session will be held at the UMKC Bloch Executive Hall, 5108 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Missouri. Parking details will be sent after registration.

    Meals:
    Light breakfast and boxed lunch will be provided.

    Cancellation and Transfer Policy:
    Full refunds will be given when cancellations are made at least five working days before the first session. A $50 cancellation fee will be deducted from refunds when notification occurs fewer than five working days before class begins. No refunds will be made after the first session has begun. You may transfer your registration by contacting MCNL at (816) 235-5720 or culverm@umkc.edu.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

  • Financial Planning Tools for Medium and Large Organizations: Budgeting and Cash Flow

    Instructor: Kerry Gordon, CPA, , MCNL Senior Fellow and nonprofit accounting and tax consultant

    Dates for this one-day seminar:
    Thursday, October 6, 2022 (8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

    Program Details

    In this workshop, you will learn about strategic financial planning and how to evaluate your organization’s financial planning process. Following this workshop you will be able to:

    • Outline the stages in the budgeting process
    • Complete a Financial Planning Assessment
    • Relate cash flow projections to strategic financial management
    • Outline the cash flow budgeting processing
    • Monitor and manage cash flow
    • Develop internal controls and policies and procedures for cash flow management

    This seminar is a part of the Financial Leadership of Nonprofit Organizations Series.

    Location nad Parking:
    The session will be held at the UMKC Bloch Executive Hall, 5108 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Missouri. Parking details will be sent after registration.

    Meals:
    Light breakfast and boxed lunch will be provided.

    Cancellation and Transfer Policy:
    Full refunds will be given when cancellations are made at least five working days before the first session. A $50 cancellation fee will be deducted from refunds when notification occurs fewer than five working days before class begins. No refunds will be made after the first session has begun. You may transfer your registration by contacting MCNL at (816) 235-5720 or culverm@umkc.edu.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

  • Financial Planning Tools for Small Organizations: Budgeting and Cash Flow

    Instructor: Kerry Gordon, CPA, , MCNL Senior Fellow and nonprofit accounting and tax consultant

    Date for this one-day seminar:
    Tuesday, October 4, 2022 (8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

    Program Details

    In this workshop, you will learn about strategic financial planning and how to evaluate your organization’s financial planning process. Following this workshop you will be able to:

    • Outline the stages in the budgeting process
    • Complete a Financial Planning Assessment
    • Relate cash flow projections to strategic financial management
    • Outline the cash flow budgeting processing
    • Monitor and manage cash flow
    • Develop internal controls and policies and procedures for cash flow management

    This seminar is a part of the Financial Leadership of Nonprofit Organizations Series.

    Location and Parking:
    The session will be held at the UMKC Bloch Executive Hall, 5108 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Missouri. Parking details will be sent after registration.

    Meals:
    Light breakfast and boxed lunch will be provided.

    Cancellation and Transfer Policy:
    Full refunds will be given when cancellations are made at least five working days before the first session. A $50 cancellation fee will be deducted from refunds when notification occurs fewer than five working days before class begins. No refunds will be made after the first session has begun. You may transfer your registration by contacting MCNL at (816) 235-5720 or culverm@umkc.edu.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

  • Fundraising Leadership Series

    Instructor: Thomas Vansaghi, Ph.D., Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, UMKC adjunct instructor, and assistant professor of nonprofit leadership at William Jewell College

    Please let us know at culverm@umkc.edu / (816) 235-5720 if you would like to be notified when the next offering of the Fundraising Leadership Series is scheduled.

    The Fundraising Leadership Series provides development professionals with essential leadership skills to be a strategic leader in their organization. The unique design of this certificate series, co-created with nonprofit leaders, recognizes the central role of development in a nonprofit’s culture, strategy, and communications. Participants will engage with other development professionals in an interactive program that builds their capacity as organizational leaders and changemakers.

    Upon completion, development professionals will have applied experience in their organization’s context with critical leadership tools. Additionally, they will exhibit the capacity to better lead strategic development operations in nonprofit organizations.

    Program Details

    Module 1 – Building a Culture of Philanthropy
    Often development responsibility falls on a small segment of people siloed from the organization’s operations. Building a culture of philanthropy assists and supports participants to lead and manage development activity to and for all within the organization.

    Module 2 – Designing the Long Game
    A hallmark of a nonprofit’s success lies in its ability to design an inclusive strategic planning process. This is equally true for a successful development operation. Designing the long game equips participants with the tools to develop, articulate and assess a strategic plan for the fund development operation that works within the organizations larger strategic plan.

    Module 3 – Building a Sustainable Development Model
    Making strategic development choices demands understanding the financial situation of the organization. In building a sustainable development model, participants will be given the tools to consume financial information and build development strategies that pave the way to organizational sustainability.

    Module 4 – Developing & Strengthening Talent
    Developing & strengthening talent provides participants with tools to assess talent, build a culture that maximizes talent, and cultivate leadership within the development function of your organization.

    Module 5 – Strategic Communications
    When we say development, how many people think of the ask? Well, the ask is the part of the iceberg above water that you see, building audience accounts for the 90% of the iceberg that goes unseen. In strategic communications, participants will be equipped with the tools essential for building a bigger, better audience.

    Program Logistics:
    Each module is delivered from 8 am to 12 pm. Built with the busy nonprofit leader in mind, participants will be able to participate virtually or in-person with the Bloch School’s RooFlex technology. Virtual participants are able to have an immersive experience, engaging seamlessly with participants and faculty in the classroom. The sessions will be held at the UMKC Bloch Executive Hall, 5108 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Missouri.

    Cancellation and Transfer Policy:
    Full refunds will be given when cancellations are made at least five working days before the first session. A $50 cancellation fee will be deducted from refunds when notification occurs fewer than five working days before class begins. No refunds will be made after the first session has begun. You may transfer your registration by contacting MCNL at (816) 235-5720 or culverm@umkc.edu

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

  • Fundraising Tools Series – Organizing for Fundraising

    Instructor: Thomas Vansaghi, Ph.D., , Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, UMKC adjunct instructor, and assistant professor of nonprofit leadership at William Jewell College

    If you would like to be notified when we schedule the next offering of the Organizing for Fundraising: An Introduction webinar please let us know at culverm@umkc.edu / (816) 235-5720.

    This webinar has two educational parts to its design:

    Part One – Participants will get access to a pre-recorded lecture that will focus on proposal writing. It will cover the following topics: The Proposal Writing Process, The Inquiry Letter, The Components of the Master Proposal, and Red Flags and Tips on Proposal Writing.
    (Video recording – 1 hour 18 minutes)

    Part Two – Participants will attend an interactive “live” session, via Zoom, with the instructor. In this session participants will talk about Leadership and Fundraising, Constituency: Changing Demographics and Fundraising, and Stewardship and Donor Recognition.
    (Live session – 1 hour 30 minutes)

    What You Will Learn

    • Purpose Driven Fundraising
    • The Fundraising Cycle
    • Donor Advised Funds
    • Leadership and Fundraising
    • Constituency: Changing Demographics and Fundraising
    • Stewardship and Donor Recognition

    What You Will Learn

    • Purpose Driven Fundraising
    • The Fundraising Cycle
    • Donor Advised Funds
    • Leadership and Fundraising
    • Constituency: Changing Demographics and Fundraising
    • Stewardship and Donor Recognition

    Program Details

    Refund Policy:
    No refunds will be made after receiving access to the pre-recorded lecture.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

    The Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership reserves the right to cancel courses and seminars when circumstances require.

  • Fundraising Tools Series – Organizing for Fundraising: An Introduction

    Instructor: Thomas Vansaghi, Ph.D.,, Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, UMKC adjunct instructor, and assistant professor of nonprofit leadership at William Jewell College

    If you would like to be notified when we schedule the next offering of the Organizing for Fundraising: An Introduction webinar please let us know at culverm@umkc.edu / (816) 235-5720.

    This webinar has two educational parts to its design:

    Part One – Participants will get access to a pre-recorded lecture that will focus on proposal writing. It will cover the following topics: The Proposal Writing Process, The Inquiry Letter, The Components of the Master Proposal, and Red Flags and Tips on Proposal Writing.
    (Video recording – 1 hour 42 minutes)

    Part Two – Participants will attend an interactive “live” session, via Zoom, with the instructor. In this session we will have a discussion on what was covered in the recorded lecture, review what a real proposal looks like, and talk about some of the ins and outs of what foundations are like and other things you will want to give some thought to as you begin to write proposals.
    (Live session – 1 hour 30 minutes)

    What You Will Learn

    • Overview of Philanthropy and Fundraising
    • Philosophy of Fundraising
    • History of Fundraising
    • National Fundraising Trends
    • Kansas City Fundraising Trends
    • What don’t people give money and time?
    • The Donor Pyramid
    • Moves Management
    • Roles of Staff and Board in Fundraising

    What You Will Learn

    • Overview of Philanthropy and Fundraising
    • Philosophy of Fundraising
    • History of Fundraising
    • National Fundraising Trends
    • Kansas City Fundraising Trends
    • What don’t people give money and time?
    • The Donor Pyramid
    • Moves Management
    • Roles of Staff and Board in Fundraising

    Program Details

    Refund Policy:
    No refunds will be made after receiving access to the pre-recorded lecture.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

    The Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership reserves the right to cancel courses and seminars when circumstances require.

  • Fundraising Tools Series – Proposal Writing

    Instructor: Thomas Vansaghi, Ph.D., , Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, UMKC adjunct instructor, and assistant professor of nonprofit leadership at William Jewell College

    If you would like to be notified when we schedule the next offering of the Prospect Research webinar please let us know at culverm@umkc.edu / (816) 235-5720.

    This webinar has two educational parts to its design:

    Part One – Participants will get access to a pre-recorded lecture that will focus on proposal writing. It will cover the following topics: The Proposal Writing Process, The Inquiry Letter, The Components of the Master Proposal, and Red Flags and Tips on Proposal Writing.
    (Video recording – 1 hour 29 minutes)

    Part Two – Participants will attend an interactive “live” session, via Zoom, with the instructor. In this session we will have a discussion on what was covered in the recorded lecture, review what a real proposal looks like, and talk about some of the ins and outs of what foundations are like and other things you will want to give some thought to as you begin to write proposals.
    (Live session – 1 hour 30 minutes)

    What You Will Learn

    • The Proposal Writing Process
    • The Inquiry Letter
    • The Components of the Master Proposal
    • Red Flags and Tips on Proposal Writing

    What You Will Learn

    • The Proposal Writing Process
    • The Inquiry Letter
    • The Components of the Master Proposal
    • Red Flags and Tips on Proposal Writing

    Program Details

    Refund Policy:
    No refunds will be made after receiving access to the pre-recorded lecture.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

    The Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership reserves the right to cancel courses and seminars when circumstances require.

  • Fundraising Tools Series – Prospect Research

    Instructor: Thomas Vansaghi, Ph.D., , Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, UMKC adjunct instructor, and assistant professor of nonprofit leadership at William Jewell College

    If you would like to be notified when we schedule the next offering of the Prospect Research webinar please let us know at culverm@umkc.edu / (816) 235-5720.

    This webinar has two educational parts to its design:

    Part One – Participant will get access to a pre-recorded lecture that will focus on prospect research. It will cover the following topics: Overview of Prospect Research and Proposal Writing, How to Conduct Prospect Research on Foundations, and How to Conduct Prospect Research on Individuals.
    (Video recording – 1 hour 17 minutes)

    Part Two – participants will attend an interactive “live” session, via Zoom, with the instructor. In this session we will have a discussion on Searches for Foundation Funders and Searches for Individual Funders.
    (Live session – 1 hour 30 minutes)

    What You Will Learn

    • Overview of Prospect Research and Proposal Writing
    • How to Conduct Prospect Research on Foundations
    • How to Conduct Prospect Research on Individuals
    • Searches for Foundation Funders
    • Searches for Individual Funders.

    What You Will Learn

    • Overview of Prospect Research and Proposal Writing
    • How to Conduct Prospect Research on Foundations
    • How to Conduct Prospect Research on Individuals
    • Searches for Foundation Funders
    • Searches for Individual Funders.

    Program Details

    Refund Policy:
    No refunds will be made after receiving access to the pre-recorded lecture.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

    The Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership reserves the right to cancel courses and seminars when circumstances require.

  • Fundraising Tools Series – Annual Development Plan

    Instructor: Instructor: Thomas Vansaghi, Ph.D., , Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, UMKC adjunct instructor, and assistant professor of nonprofit leadership at William Jewell College

    This webinar has two educational parts to its design:

    Part One – Participant will get access to a pre-recorded lecture that will focus on the Annual Development Plan. It will cover the following topics: An Overview of the Annual Development Plan, and Review of 15 Components of an Annual Development Plan.
    (Video recording – 1 hour 19 minutes)

    Part Two – On July 14, 2022 (10:30AM – Noon) participants will attend an interactive “live” session, via Zoom, with the instructor. In this session we will review components of an Annual Development Plan and discuss real-world examples.
    (Live session – 1 hour 30 minutes)

    What You Will Learn

    • Overview of the Annual Development Plan
    • Review of 15 Components of Annual Development Plans

    What You Will Learn

    • Overview of the Annual Development Plan
    • Review of 15 Components of Annual Development Plans

    Program Details

    Refund Policy:
    No refunds will be made after receiving access to the pre-recorded lecture session.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

    The Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership reserves the right to cancel courses and seminars when circumstances require.

  • Fundraising Tools Series – Measurement and Evaluation for Fundraising

    Instructor: Thomas Vansaghi, Ph.D., , Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, UMKC adjunct instructor, and assistant professor of nonprofit leadership at William Jewell College

    This webinar has two educational parts to its design:

    Part One – Participant will get access to a pre-recorded lecture that will focus on the Measurement and Evaluation for Fundraising. It will cover the following topics: Why evaluate? Basics of Social Impact and Evaluation, Theory of Change, Logic Models, Types of Evaluation, and Dashboards.
    (Video recording – 1 hour)

    Part Two – On July 14, 2022 (1:00PM – 2:30PM) participants will attend an interactive “live” session, via Zoom, with the instructor. In this session we will review Measurement and Evaluation, and Implementation of Dashboards.
    (Live session – 1 hour 30 minutes)

    What You Will Learn

    • Why evaluate?
    • Basics of Social Impact and Evaluation
    • Theory of Change
    • Logic Models
    • Types of Evaluation
    • Dashboards

    What You Will Learn

    • Why evaluate?
    • Basics of Social Impact and Evaluation
    • Theory of Change
    • Logic Models
    • Types of Evaluation
    • Dashboards

    Program Details

    Refund Policy:
    No refunds will be made after receiving access to the pre-recorded lecture session.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

    The Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership reserves the right to cancel courses and seminars when circumstances require.

  • Please let us know at mcnl@umkc.edu / (816) 235-5720 if you would like to be notified when more details (dates, schedule, session topics, call for papers, keynote speakers, registration information,) is posted.

    Program Details

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  • In these turbulent times it is critical to embrace change. On select Tuesdays we will present tools nonprofits can utilize to innovate and excel in today’s environment – building the foundation for a promising future. MCNL’s Navigation Series creates an interactive virtual community to learn and share the ideas nonprofits need to be successful.

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  • Do you have a question or a problem you need help with?

    “Open Office Hours” with Dr. Brent Never

    Brent Never will be holding “open office hours” via Zoom on Fridays from Noon to 1:00pm. This is an open session, and everyone is welcome. On Fridays during the noon hour, use the following link to “drop in” (digitally) to talk with Brent:
    https://umsystem.zoom.us/j/99200387939

  • Do you have a question about how your organization uses and leverages data and research?

    “Open Office Hours” with Dr. Monica Rezac

    Monica Rezac will be holding “open office hours” via Zoom on Wednesdays from 11:00am to Noon. This is an open session, and everyone is welcome. On Wednesday mornings, just use the following link and “drop in” (digitally) to talk with Monica:
    https://umsystem.zoom.us/j/91342872977#success

  • Planning a New Nonprofit: Essential Planning Steps and Legal Requirements

    Instructor: Cindy Laufer, Program Coordinator at MCNL and Judith Sharp, JD/LLM, Director of Entrepreneurial Legal Services Clinic at UMKC School of Law

    Dates for this two-hour informational session:
    If you would like to be notified when we schedule the next session please let us know at culverm@umkc.edu / (816) 235-5720.

    Program Details

    Starting a new nonprofit can be confusing and overwhelming. This free two-hour informational session covers basic planning steps and legal requirements to become a nonprofit organization.

    Key Topics

    • Nature and structure of nonprofit organizations
    • Determining sufficient need to establish a new organization
    • Legal issues and processes involved in establishing a nonprofit
    • Alternatives to incorporation
    • Governance and management challenges

    Resources:
    Access the collection of resources referenced in the workshop.

    Location:
    The session will be held online as a webinar. When you register we will send you instructions on how to take part in the session via computer or phone.

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.

  • Dates for this one-day seminar:
    Tuesday, November 15, 2022 (8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.)

    Program Details

    In this workshop, you will learn about specialized nonprofit financial topics. Following this workshop you will be able to:

    • Account for and report on grants
    • Understand audit requirements
    • Outline a process for hiring and managing auditors
    • Communicate financial information to stakeholders
    • Complete Financial Monitoring Assessment
    • Identify strategies for managing long-term financial health

    This seminar apart of the Financial Leadership of Nonprofit Organizations Series.

    Location and Parking:
    The session will be held at the UMKC Bloch Executive Hall, 5108 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Missouri. Parking details will be sent after registration.

    Meals:
    Light breakfast and boxed lunch will be provided.

    Cancellation and Transfer Policy:
    Full refunds will be given when cancellations are made at least five working days before the first session. A $50 cancellation fee will be deducted from refunds when notification occurs fewer than five working days before class begins. No refunds will be made after the first session has begun. You may transfer your registration by contacting MCNL at (816) 235-5720 or culverm@umkc.edu. 

    Photo and Video Release:
    By attending the event, you are giving MCNL permission to use photos and videos from the workshop in future promotional materials.