Nonprofit Management

So important, we give it twice three times*

The Certificate in Nonprofit Management provides you with a diverse and well-balanced knowledge of nonprofit administration and operation. The broad-based curriculum includes board development, communications, financial management, fundraising, human resources and supervision, program evaluation, and strategic planning, preparing the leaders of our region’s nonprofit sector to be strategic, efficient and effective.

*Beginning in February, 2017, The Certificate in Nonprofit Management will also be presented at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem.  Read more about this new opportunity for nonprofit professionals in the Lehigh Valley >>

“I am very happy that I enrolled in your Nonprofit Management Certificate program. I feel [it} was more concise than other programs would have been; it was taught by seasoned professionals who are highly respected in their fields, and offered a great value for the money. Having entered the nonprofit world only two years ago, with no real knowledge of how they work, the program helped me to understand more about how nonprofits operate (or should operate) to be successful. The instructors were engaging and provided personal experiences that added to the subject matter of each course. I want to thank Laura Otten and her team of instructors for a great experience. I can’t wait to take another program!”
Terri Galaro, Finance/Development Assistant, Princeton Area Community Foundation

It is especially valuable to new executive directors, senior management on the leadership track, as well as those who wish to refresh their knowledge to be completely confident in their diversity of skills and comprehension.

This Certificate is worth 60 Continuing Education Units from The Nonprofit Center, 60 CFRE Points and requires 10 full day classes,  listed below:

  • Nonprofit Management 101
  • Effective Nonprofit Governance:  How Boards Should Work
  • Keys to Successful Strategic Planning
  • Effective Communication to Build Relationships, Engagement & Understanding
  • Evaluating the Impact of your Programs
  • Fundamentals of Human Resources
  • Foundations of Financial Management
  • Building a Successful Marketing Program
  • Fundamentals of Fundraising
  • What Makes a Superior Leader? Creating and Mastering a Successful Leadership Style
    Package Price:  $1032 (Requires Membership, with a savings of more than 20% over the already discounted member rate)
    Member Rate:  $1161
    Non-member Rate: $1590

The Nonprofit Management Certificate Package Application is now available >>

“I registered for the Nonprofit Management Certificate program to stay current on best practices and sharpen skills that would help me guide nonprofits through these most challenging times.  After 25 years directing nonprofit projects and organizations I wondered if {The Nonprofit Center’s} program could offer me new approaches that could be readily applied in my current and future positions. What I experienced was consistent, enlightening information and insight, delivered by seasoned professionals, and supported by real-world examples and case studies. I believe my colleagues would benefit from digging out of the trenches of our collective good work long enough to refresh the skills that will help them not just endure these times, but come out the other side stronger.”
-Linda Helm Kraph, Executive Director, Printmaking Center of NJ

“Coming out of the retail world, I knew very little about nonprofit management.  The wealth of knowledge that the instructors at The Nonprofit Center provided helped get Deputy Dog (service dog training) started and really has been critical to our decision-making along the way.”
-Mark Stieber, Executive Director, Main Line Deputy Dog 

Consider these additional related learning opportunities:

  • E-Learning:  Succession Planning
  • The Good Start Series for New Executive Directors; for New Supervisors
  • Program Design

The Certificate in Nonprofit Management continues to be sponsored by Laura Solomon, Esq. & Associates



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