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Power Up! Workshop Series by PMGT is designed to promote self-awareness, education and community development. Power Up! Workshop Series by PMGT offers presentations, workshops and seminars that focus on growth, life skills and entrepreneurship.

Our History: Power Up! Workshop Series by PMGT is a division of PMGT. PMGT is an innovation strategy firm, specializing in executive consulting, development and branding for nonprofit organizations and businesses. Now, Power Up! Workshop Series by PMGT features college courses at premier institutions and universities throughout New York City.

Are you ready to launch your own nonprofit organization, but don't know where to start? Now, you can learn how to start a nonprofit organization! Shanette's new college course is now featured at Hunter College! Learn the pros and cons of management, programming, marketing, promotions, advertising, grant writing, corporate sponsorship proposals, donations and obtaining 501(c) 3 tax exemption. If you're interested in receiving in-kind donations or monetary corporate sponsorships, Shanette will even help you create a proposal and show you how to get in touch with sponsors. REGISTER NOW at Hunter College for Fall beginning September 6, 2012 or Fall Session. Enter Keyword "Nonprofit" to easily find the course registeration details. Hurry, seats are limited! CALL HUNTER COLLEGE TO REGISTER 1(212) 650-3850.

To learn more about Power Up! Workshop Series by PMGT, you may visit the official site by clicking here.

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