Certificate in Nonprofit Management
- This twelve course curriculum along with three practicums examines the fundamental principles
of a nonprofit business and analyzes practical and proven management
techniques along with less traditional innovative strategies to
address management issues in the 21st Century.
Finance Learning Group - This Learning Group features five interactive workshops that cover the mechanics of nonprofit accounting and the “blueprint” for financial accountability and sustainability. Participants will develop and/or refine accounting policies, job descriptions, and task matrix.
Development Director Learning Group - In this Learning Group, Development Professionals will receive coaching from experts and input from peers. The five, 3-hour sessions provide hands-on training for fundraising professionals in nonprofit organizations to improve their skills. Participants will also create and/or refine their Development plan and learn the keys to its implementation.
Human Resources Management Program- The Human Resources Management Program provides the knowledge and practical skills for human resources administration and management. Rapidly changing workplace initiatives, legal landscapes and workplace culture are an integral part of the human resources function. Whether you are a full-time HR professional or someone who has “the accidental” responsibility for human resources, the responsibilities are the same.
Management Essentials Learning Group
- In-depth training by experts in a peer learning environment for new managers and those with up to 5 years of experience.
Volunteer Manager Learning Group -The Volunteer Manager Learning Group examines the changes in the nonprofit sector affecting volunteerism, challenges in creating an organizational culture that supports and maximizes the value of volunteers, and the skills needed to effect change. This specialized program offers in-depth training and a unique networking opportunity that supports peer learning.
Inclusion, Equity & Diversity Learning Group -In this learning group participants discuss why we are here, who we are in relation to others and what we can achieve together. Participants will also examine why systems of oppression were developed. Participants will develop a curriculum to take back to their organizations to share what the organization can do to be champions of inclusion, equity and diversity.
The Mindful Manager - (formerly the self-guided supervisory skills program) A 10-workshop series that focuses on building skills critical for successful management. While each 3-hour exploratory workshop provides a valuable independent learning experience, completion of all ten workshops in the series gives participants a toolbox of integrated strategies for both self and team management.