Support IU Professional Development

Support IU Professional Development

IU Bloomington Professional Council

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Goal: $1,200

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Support professional development at IU! Your gift can help IU staff members participate in conferences, seminars & workshops to enhance their skills & collaborate with peers from universities across the world.

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The IU Bloomington Professional Council (IUBPC) represents professional staff interests within the structure of Indiana University. Many departments have eliminated professional development from their budgets. The IUB Professional Council Fund provides support to the professional staff by creating forums using campus resources, bringing speakers to campus for staff development, sending members to professional meetings, among other opportunities. Your gift to the IUBPC Fund can help programs like our Professional Development Grants (PDG) program, which provides funds to recognize and financially support staff members’ participation in conferences, seminars, workshops and other professional development activities and opportunities. All of these offerings not only benefit individual staff members, but also Indiana University as a whole.

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