If you are enrolled in the PNMCP, your hours of attendance will be applied toward your Certificate.
Earn up to 10 hours in this class!
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Facilitator: Paulette Church, Director of the Professional Nonprofit Management Certificate Program (PNMCP)
Instructors: A panel of experts from the nonprofit and business sector
(To see a list of instructors and weekly topics, please scroll to bottom of page.)
Fee: $159 for five classes
OR $49 per session (if taken separately)
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Schedule: Wednesdays ♦ 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM
April 2 - April 30, 2014
This unique class is an interactive, reality-based educational experience. It is designed to increase the skill level of professional staff and board members already working in nonprofits and provide proven skills for individuals who have an interest in, or are considering, nonprofit management as a career choice. Nonprofit Management: Making a Difference is strategically designed each year to address the current industry challenges facing nonprofits.
For a description of each class session,
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Facilitated by Director, Paulette Church, the class will utilize a variety of Guest Instructors who are widely acclaimed for their leadership ability in affecting change, seeking and providing funding, strengthening organizational structures, understanding the unique challenges that nonprofit organizations face, and strategizing how to develop relationships that strengthen organizations on all levels. Each class emphasizes creative approaches to challenges and shares effective, proven strategies for increasing the critical administrative skills to face the complex organizational goals nonprofits are facing today.
Equally important, you’ll have great networking opportunities when you meet other nonprofit students in class, share, and learn from one another in the context of the presentations.
Please note: For the past six years this class has filled to a seating capacity of 25 students. Early registration is strongly advised.
- Daniel Harris ♦ Storytelling for Gift Planning Success -
- Paulette Church ♦ The Power of the 990 for Fundraising -
- Bill Smith ♦ Nonprofit Business Model Design with
Lean Canvas - April 16
- Renny Fagan ♦ Fundraising Trends & Techniques -
- Tim Kroes & Paulette Church ♦ Best Practices to Keep
Your Staff Stable - April 30
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