The Outer Banks Community Foundation is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Duke University Nonprofit Management Intensive Track training series for Outer Banks nonprofit leaders in early 2022.
The training explores eight key areas of nonprofit management through courses taught by instructors who are established practitioners and scholars from a variety of disciplines within the nonprofit arena. Participants are able to complete the requirements for the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management in eight days through this opportunity.
The training is virtual and will be held from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily, with a break for lunch, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting on Tuesday, January 25, 2022 and running through February 17:
Tuition is $2,000 for the eight-class course; a $500 savings over the regular program cost. In addition, the Community Foundation is offering to reimburse $1,500 to students sponsored by local nonprofits, upon completion of the program. With a net cost of $500, this represents an enormous bargain for top-rated nonprofit training.
This training is intended both for career nonprofit staff and volunteer nonprofit leaders. Anyone engaged in operating a local nonprofit will benefit from the series.
- Nonprofit Board Development and Governance
- Volunteer Engagement
- Community Engagement and Collaboration
- Nonprofit Fundraising
- Grant Writing and Compliance
- Nonprofit Financial Development and Management
- Nonprofit Planning & Evaluation
- Sustainable Strategic Planning for Nonprofits
Individual classes are not available; attendees are required to take the training in its entirety.
For more details, and the registration link, please contact Bob Muller at 252-207-5287 or firstname.lastname@example.org.