Project Blueprint

Based on recommendations from authorities to avoid large public gatherings and for the safety of our volunteers and participants, the Planning Committee and UWSWA have decided to postpone the Project Blueprint (PBP).

PBP Class interviews and all activities until a later date, hopefully sometime in Fall of 2020. When new dates are announced there will be an opportunity for other candidates to apply.

Project Blueprint (PBP) is a two-month training and learning opportunity for people interested in learning about nonprofit board structure, board service, nonprofit organization operations and more.  In order to keep our citizens engaged in all processes, it is important to make sure everyone has an understanding of nonprofit board service.  

Topic covered in the program include: personal responsibility of serving on a nonprofit board, the unique business of nonprofits, and the services available to assist our neighbors who need the help to prosper.

Project Blueprint is designed to empower the participants in the knowledge of nonprofit operations, board service, and is reflective of our diverse community. Upon completion of the two-month series of informative classes, PBP graduates are ready for placement on local boards of directors and committees.

 If you or someone you know, could benefit from this incredible opportunity. Please encourage them to apply or apply yourself!

  • The cost to participate is $150.00 (due upon acceptance to the program).
  • The application and other required documents are below and are available by email request to
  • The deadline to submit applications for the class is March 6, 2020 by 4:00 p.m. CST.


Project Blueprint Class Information – 2020 PBP Class Information

Project Blueprint 2020 Application – 2020 PBP Application

Supervisor Authorization Form – 2020 PBP Supervisor Authorization form