SCNO National Conference

What is Students Consulting for Nonprofit Organizations (SCNO)?
SCNO seeks to accelerate nonprofit success by empowering talented students with knowledge, training, and hands-on consulting experience. Our two-pronged mission, focused on community development through student growth and interaction, positions us to become a preeminent social sector resource by fostering mutual learning across intertwined nonprofit and campus communities. With over 20 chapters across the US, we serve over 150 nonprofits each year, providing strategic business insights to accelerate their success.

Learn more about SCNO's impact in the video below featuring University of Pittsburgh's chapter!  

What is the national conference for?
The national conference is an annual opportunity for the different SCNO chapters to collaborate on best practices in consulting, project management, board development and ultimately, how to better serve our communities. This year, our conference will be hosted at the University of Pittsburgh. 

SCNO at UCI founders attending the 2012 national conference at Northwestern University.

Where will your money go? 
100% of the funds raised will go into the conference expenses, providing students with materials and fuel to learn from professionals and each other. 

For more information, please visit our website . If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to our Director of Interchapter Relations at [email redacted] . Thanks!


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    • 25 $ 
    • 75 mos
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    • 1,000 $ 
    • 76 mos
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    • 250 $ 
    • 76 mos
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    • 30 $ 
    • 76 mos
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    • 700 $ 
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Johanna Louie 
Pittsburgh, PA
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