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LEOMINSTER — The Institute for Nonprofit Development (INPD) at Mount Wachusett Community College, with the college’s Entrepreneurial Resource Center (ERC) and Community Builders, will host a free Appreciation Day Workshop titled “Relevant Trends, Valuable Tools” for area nonprofits and small businesses on March 15 at MWCC’s Leominster campus, 100 Erdman Way.

Ordinarily a $75 value, the college is offering this information to show appreciation for the contributions nonprofit organizations and small businesses make to the economy and communities of north-central Massachusetts.

Space is limited. Registration is available via erc@mwcc.mass.edu. Check-in begins at 8:15 a.m. A complementary light breakfast will be served. Participants will have a chance to win a free membership to the ERC and a free membership to the INPD.

The day’s schedule is as follows:

* 8:30 a.m.: The INPD will host a panel discussion about health care reform in Massachusetts.

* 10:15 a.m.: Community Builders, a partnership between Mount Wachusett Community College and the United Way of North-Central Massachusetts, will train participants on its Project Volunteer Web application. Also, the ERC will train participants to use the Resource USA software application.

* 11 a.m. to noon: Continued use of Project Volunteer and Resource USA.

For information contact Jennifer Wiley-Cordone, capacity building coordinator, at (978) 840-3221, ext. 201, or e-mail jwiley-cordone@mwcc.mass.edu.

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