Starting January 5, 2021 - our perpetually virtual Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Same great content and instructors as our signature face-to-face Certificate in Nonprofit Management but delivered synchronously and virtually in 1.5 hour bites, one evening a week (4 evenings for each class) over ten months. You will be able to apply your new knowledge immediately from the first class in January 2021 and keep that up right through the last class in November 2021. To get your questions answered and learn more, contact Terri Clark ([email protected]).
Get the essential framework for understanding the major human resources responsibilities in nonprofits, with focus on legal issues.
Learn how to increase your connection to Millennials by learning to operate at that key intersection of technology, transparency, and hands-on relationships that they seek. And, while we are it, we will mention planning for the future and what we know thus far about Generation Z.
Learn proven tools, approaches, techniques, and ideas that are customizable to the evaluation of a wide range of programs within your organization.
This class introduces the fundamental fundraising concepts, providing a snapshot of tools available to you and what it takes to implement them.
Whether you are a board member or executive director, you need to take steps that will help ensure the resiliency of your organization in a leadership transition. You’ll learn concrete steps your organization can take to protect its vision before, during and after a leadership transition. It’s time to start the conversation and a webinar is a comfortable way to find out what you need to know about succession planning.
Learn how to read and interpret financial statements, separate financial duties and responsibilities and allocate expenses accurately.
Recognize your communication style and how you give and receive messages, as you focus on specific ways to improve your own communications skills.
Even without a big name and connections, a nonprofit can be successful at fundraising by following the fundamental rules about building relationships. Small donor lists require deeper relationships. How to build and maintain these will be a key topic of this class. Other important elements that will be covered include the make-up of a fundraising team when you lack staff, the role of the board, how to identify and prioritize the right fundraising vehicles to diversify your income and how to find and share the stories that connect people to your organization.
Understand the fundamental principles of marketing and its various components so that you can apply them to your nonprofit.
This impactful board training is the first step in appreciating the objective and true roles and responsibilities that the job of board member requires.
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