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Are you new to the nonprofit sector? Our Nonprofit Management Crash Course series is a comprehensive introduction to individuals interested in nonprofit management. A total of six four-hour sessions cover the basics of running a nonprofit organization and is designed to meet the needs of those working in and with the nonprofit sector.
For nonprofit newbies:
Whether a new employee straight out of college or a transfer to the nonprofit sector, you may be discovering the uniqueness of the nonprofit sector. This course will provide you with a broad overview of the mechanics of a nonprofit organization and a basis for its role in society.
For job seekers:
Highlighting the unique aspects of the nonprofit sector, this course will provide you with the basic tools you need to introduce yourself to working in the nonprofit sector.
For nonprofit start ups:
Looking to create a nonprofit organization, but don’t know where to start? This course will provide you with an overview of what it takes to start and run a nonprofit organization.
For board members:
As a board member of a nonprofit organization, it is imperative you know the proper structure and functions of nonprofit organizations. Although this course isn’t designed to teach you how to be a board member, it does provide a basis for being a better board member through a greater understanding of nonprofit organizations and the sector.
All courses are from 3 - 7 p.m.
We have designed this course to cover an overview of the major mechanics of nonprofit organizations. Topics will include:
Course instructors will come from the Johnson Center's pool of expert practitioners who have years of experience managing, leading, and working with nonprofits of all types and sizes.
Check back soon for 2013 session dates!
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