*Friday, April 11, the Milwaukee Art Museum will host “MAM After Dark: Back to the Prom.” The social event, presented by the Northwestern Mutual Foundation, will feature live music by Random Maxx, a photo booth, punch tastings, artwork tours, crafts and more. Activities will follow the theme of “Enchantment Under the Sea,” and attendees are encouraged to dress for prom. The event will run from 6 p.m. to midnight at the art museum, located at 700 N. Art Museum Dr. in Milwaukee. Admission costs $9 in advance and $14 at the door. Museum members can attend for free, and individuals who join at the door will also be granted free admission with a friend. For more information, visit www.mam.org/calendar/events.
*Saturday, April 12, through Saturday, April 19, Newaukee will present the third annual YPWeek. The conference is designed to bring young professionals together and engage them in discussions about issues impacting their generation and Milwaukee. The week will include 30 events at 25 Milwaukee locations. Highlights include an adult sleepover at the Milwaukee Public Museum; a live performance by the Milwaukee Ballet to music by a local rock band; a reverse job fair at the Milwaukee Art Museum; and a keynote address by John Burke, CEO of Trek Bikes. Most YPWeek events are free and open to the public. For a complete lineup of events, visit http://newaukee.com/explore/events/.
*Tuesday, April 15, the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee will host a workshop on “Collaborate with MKE123: Free Online Tools for Nonprofits.” The information session will show nonprofits how to leverage MKE123 for their project management needs. The free online resource enables nonprofit staffs to conduct projects online in one central location. The workshop will be led by Laurel Turner, MKE123 and online outreach coordinator at the nonprofit center, and is free to attend. It will run from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee, located at 2819 W. Highland Blvd. in Milwaukee. For more information or to register, visit www.nonprofitcentermilwaukee.org.
*Saturday, April 26, IndependenceFirst will hold an e-cycle drive in the parking lot of the Pettit National Ice Center, located at 500 S. 84th St. in Milwaukee. The drive will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will collect computers, large appliances, televisions and other electrical equipment. All computer donations will support IndependenceFirst’s Computer Recycling Program, which gives free computers to people with disabilities. The e-cycle drive is made possible with assistance from AT&T, River Run Computers, Digital Recyclers, Rocket Clicks and the Pettit Center. For more information, visit www.independencefirst.org.
*Tuesday, April 29, SVA Certified Public Accountants, S.C. will host a luncheon and panel discussion for nonprofits centered on “Are you making the most of Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities?” The event will teach nonprofits about strategies they can use to draw sponsorship dollars, best practices to enhance the value of a nonprofit and corporate partnership, corporate expectations for return on investment in an organization and how to identify sponsors as supporters. The panel will include input from both nonprofit and corporate representatives. The event is scheduled to run from 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the University Club, located at 924 E. Wells St. in Milwaukee. Cost is $10, and seating is limited. Interested attendees should register by Sunday, April 20. For more information or to register, click here.