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Nonprofit Management Institute at The 2020 NAMM Show

About

The Nonprofit Management Institute at The 2020 NAMM Show provides music nonprofits resources to grow and succeed. The institute offers a series of six progressive sessions that cover best practices, fundraising and governance and more. The program provides a certificate of completion to partner and grantee organizations, as well as to musical nonprofits that complete the series. 

Who Participates

Representatives of music nonprofit organizations that advance active participation in music making (and create music makers).
NAMM Foundation Partners and current Grantee organizations

The 2020 NAMM Show

January 16-19, 2020
Anaheim, California

Education Sessions


View Edu Sessions 

Registration

Registration is now open. Learn how to register, here.
Badge cost: $35.

After the badge deadline, January 6, 2020 at 11:59 pm PT, the cost is $50 per badge.

Housing

Housing for general attendees is now open. Book your hotel today.

General attendees have access to a robust hotel block powered by our official partner, EventSphere, to make it fast and easy to find the right hotel. Booking within the official block gives members great pricing, amenities, exclusive promotions and perks as well as flexible cancellation policies.

Due to high demand and our goal of only allowing NAMM members access to NAMM campus hotels (which includes the Hilton and Marriott), these hotels will not be available for direct booking. 

Questions?

Contact Jessica Cortez.

Resources

Nonprofit Management Institute at The 2019 NAMM Show

Listen to audio recordings from the education sessions.

Listen to Podcasts?

Talking Up Music Education is a podcast of The NAMM Foundation. The episodes below feature music nonprofits and NAMM Foundation Partners/Grantees.

 Guest: Joshua Simonds, Executive Director of the Percussive Arts Society

Guest: Arabian Prince, co-founder of N.W.A. and his philanthropic project, Open Labs.

Guest: David Dik, National Executive Director of Young Audiences Arts for Learning