Nonprofits are essential partners within our North Carolina communities. When nonprofit organizations have a strong foundation and manage themselves well, they can focus more wholly on the services and support they bring to our communities.
That is why the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits launched the Nonprofit Management Institute, a virtual learning cohort of nonprofit executives, managers, and board leaders to assess their organizations’ management practices, identify successes and challenges, build capacity where there are gaps, and work towards long-term sustainability.
Developed from ongoing nonprofit management research and the Center’s guide, Principles & Practices: Best Practices for North Carolina Nonprofits, this 6-session series facilitates learning, discussion, and management strategies around board governance, program design and evaluation, strategic planning, fundraising, financial management, and human resources.
Participants graduate with a Nonprofit Management Institute certificate, and can earn up to 15 credit hours as part of the Duke University Nonprofit Management Program.
We appreciate our partnership with the Guilford Nonprofit Consortium that brought about the transition of this program from the Consortium to the Center to expand the content and open the opportunity to nonprofits all across the state.
This program is supported by a Triangle Capacity-Building Network grant from Triangle Community Foundation.
Registration closed August 31, 2021.
Cost for 6-Session Series: $400 for Center Members, $600 for All Others.
Cost includes a printed booklet to be mailed to each attendee.
Register two or more members of your staff and board and use code NPMITEAM to save 25%.
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