The TriCounty Community Network offers Professional Development Training services to support collaborative engagements and improve workplace productivity. Our mission is to enhance career skills, influence networking opportunities and provide work force development services to the community.

Types of Services:

  • Workshops
  • Webinars
  • Meeting facilitation
  • Consultation
    • Strategic planning
    • Training goal planning
  • Workforce development
    • Mobile Job Lab

Some training services can be provided on-site at partner locations based with PLUS membership status. The Mobile Job Lab provides workforce readiness services on the first Monday of each month (October thru June).

Contact us to: Schedule a consultation to create a training strategy for your organization, inquire about training, participate on the workforce development committee or become a member. DOWNLOAD the training brochure. Email or call (610) 850-0181.

Training Topics

  • Teambuilding
  • Leadership Development
  • Communication and Interpersonal Skills
  • Meeting Facilitation
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Social Media Marketing
  • Nonprofit Advocacy
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Valuing Workplace Diversity
  • Productivity and Time Management
  • Strategic Planning
  • Fundraising
  • Impact Measurement
  • Sourcing Grants
  • Board Development
  • Program Development

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Promoting Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership in the Greater Pottstown Area

Announcing New Programs in Pottstown for Board Members, Executive Directors, Emerging Leaders & Other Staff

With an impressive history of professional development collaborations in support of nonprofit organizations in the Greater Pottstown area, The Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation and The Nonprofit Center, with support from United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, offer beneficial new capacity-building opportunities for board members, executive directors and staff.

Peer Learning Circles

Emerging Nonprofit Leaders and Board Members can each be a part of their own personal think tank, meeting monthly for eight months with a small group of peers for joint problem-solving – beginning in December.

For Board Presidents
Recognizing that there are issues, concerns and challenges unique to the role of Board President, a group of 7 to 8 Board Presidents will be assembled to meet monthly for eight months, for facilitated peer-to-peer problem-solving discussions.  After an initial three-hour introductory, bonding in-person session, subsequent 90-minute meetings will be virtual.  Attendance at all meetings is mandatory for this program to be successful. Sessions will be 9 am to noon at the Foundation offices on 12/16/16, and 8 to 9:30 am on 1/20/17, 2/17/17, 3/17/17, 4/21/17, 5/19/17, 6/16/17 and 7/21/17 virtual sessions

For Emerging Leaders
Preparing the next generation of nonprofit leaders must be a priority for our sector.  We will provide a venue for this leadership development through a  facilitated Peer Learning Circle for 7 to 8 emerging leaders.  These will be senior managers who report to the executive director and manage at least one person.  They will work together, in professionally facilitated sessions, to explore issues common to individuals at that level. The 2 hour face-to-face sessions will run for eight months:
9 to 11 am on 12/7/16, 1/4/17, 2/1/17, 3/1/17, 4/5/17, 5/3/17, 6/7/17 and 7/12/17, at the Foundation offices.

Request an application from Stean Wilborn,

Tri-County Community Network Groups Discussions

Join other Tri-County nonprofits for one hour conversations at TCN membership meetings where a speaker will present a trending issue for strategic group discussion. The first conversation, scheduled for October 18, 2016 will be led by Laura Otten, ED of The Nonprofit Center, speaking on the status of the sector and on Diversification of Funding. Save the date and look for future announcements on the topic for the April 18, 2017 session. Registration is required at the TCN website.


All programs will be held in Pottstown (see brochure for locations). Fees for all these programs are generously subsidized by the Foundation, with participants paying a minimal amount to demonstrate their commitment to capacity-building.

They are detailed in the program brochure.

Complete the application.

For questions about the programs, contact Terri Clark,

For the Peer Circle application, contact Stean Wilborn,