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The Center for Community Research & Service (CCRS) has been
supporting Delaware nonprofits for over three decades by providing valuable and
needed training to nonprofit leaders. We offer several programs to meet your needs.
In these challenging times,
there is no better time to change the world through a career in the nonprofit
sector! Gain an understanding of nonprofit organizations and the issues
that managers face in this impactful and growing field. This course is designed
for early career professionals working in the sector or mid career
professionals transitioning from other sectors. Participants will be
exposed to several areas of responsibility for nonprofit leaders including
strategy, board governance, budgeting, fundraising, grantwriting, managing
employees and volunteers, and more. Graduates of the course receive
a Certificate of completion, as well as 6.7 CEUs.
SCHEDULE: Tuesdays 6:00-8:30 pm,
February 13, 2024-May 21, 2024
FORMAT: ONLINE, includes both synchronous and asynchronous content
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org COST: $1500
This course is designed
for mid-career professionals working in the nonprofit sector in leadership roles or looking to transition into leadership roles. In addition to receiving critical
content from accomplished trainers in the sector, participants build
on the course modules to assess their organizations and develop action
plans in the strategic areas of their choice. The peer-to-peer
sharing and networking aspect of the course is a great benefit of the cohort model of the NLCP.
Graduates of the program have gone on to lead organizations of every size
and in every sector of the nonprofit industry. Graduates of the course receive
a Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership, as well as 10.5 CEUs.
SCHEDULE: Thursdays 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Next offering Fall 2024
FORMAT: Hybrid. 8 full day in-person sessions, 7 half day synchronous online sessions and asynchronous content. All classes held during published class times. Additional small group sessions may be scheduled.
LOCATION: Community Service
Building, 100 West 10th Street, Wilmington, Delaware
CONTACT: email@example.com COST: $2595
Registration will open in May 2024
Package pricing is available for organizations that send more than one person from their leadership team.
The Nonprofit Leadership Certificate Program is supported in part by the state of Delaware.
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