Scotland’s only cross sectoral Leadership Exchange Programme has been recognised by The 2016 Scottish Public Service Awards. Shortlisted in the category of Employee Development and Skills, the awards, supported by the Scottish Government and Scottish Parliament, aim to celebrate outstanding achievements within Scotland's civic landscape and give recognition to the work that goes on - sometimes behind the scenes and often in difficult circumstances - to support the governance of Scotland.
Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface (CTSI) wish to invite suitably qualified individuals or organisations to review their governance and systems from a legal AND a third sector perspective.
Interested parties should submit their proposal no later than 5pm on Wednesday 31st August 2016 and, if successful in tendering, present a final report to the Board of CTSI no later than 25th September 2016.
FreshSight is a student-led social enterprise that provides 8-week consultations to socially conscious clients in and around Edinburgh. ACOSVO have successfully used Freshsight a resource in the past and now assist in the training, development and building awareness of their students.
Freshsight often engage with organisations that lack business literacy in a particular field, such as marketing, fundraising, business planning or design. FreshSight provides these organisations with a team of students who work collaboratively with the client to develop innovative solutions.
Support packages are now available for the 2016 ACOSVO Annual Conference.
The 2016 ACOSVO Annual Conference, “Are we human? Or are we leader?” will take place on Tuesday 1 November in P&G's Church, Edinburgh. The Chair for the day will be ACOSVO member, Edel Harris, CEO, Cornerstone and speakers include Cabinet Secretary for Communities, Social Security and Equalities, Angela Constance MSP; Technology Futurologist, Stephen Whitelaw; and Chief Executive of Safe Deposit Scotland & Scotland's Third Sector Director of the Year, Jen Paice.
Edinburgh Business School is launching a £250,000 scholarship scheme to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
Under the scheme, 25 individuals, resident in Scotland, will be awarded a fully-funded place to study the world-renowned Edinburgh Business School Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme, delivered by independent learning.
We are excited to announce the launch of the ACOSVO Women Leaders' Network, a peer support network for women leaders in Scottish voluntary organisations. We are celebrating this with a launch event and networking lunch on 9 June, 12pm-2pm in Edinburgh which will be the first in a series of engaging and inspiring events.