Webinars

The North Carolina Center for Nonprofits provides anytime, anywhere learning to nonprofits of all sizes and types. Leveraging partnerships and technology, we host dozens of webinars every year to reach nonprofits in all 100 counties so that colleagues across the state have access to learning. Check our Calendar to see upcoming webinars, workshops, and other professional development opportunities.

 

The Ultimate Grant Proposal Blueprint: Your Step-By-Step Roadmap and Build-It-Yourself Toolkit for Crafting an A+ Proposal

10-week On-Demand Course

Veteran grant writer and grantmaker Maryn Boess will shares strategies and insider's tips to help you build solid, fundable proposals with planning tools, worksheets, roadmaps, and fillable templates that help you organize the details of your work in a way guaranteed to take you to the next level of grantseeking success no matter where you're starting out. The course is organized into eight, 2-hour training videos released each week that participants can view on your own schedule, and two live Q&A sessions.

 

Building Better Boards: A three-part series for Board Leaders and Executive Directors

Wednesdays, October 6, 27, & November 9 - 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Join this three-part series for board leaders and executive directors to discuss board development challenges nonprofits face and how to overcome them by fostering a healthy board culture built on trust, candor, and mutual respect. Register for single sessions or the entire series, and as an individual or a team.

 

Coffee Talk: New Lease Accounting Standards

Thursday, October 7 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Are you struggling to maintain compliance with the new, complex lease accounting standards? Careful, proactive planning can help your organization with successful implementation.

 

Reimagining the Nonprofit

Wednesday, October 20, 2021 - 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

To make real progress in advancing equity and justice in our communities, nonprofits and funders will need to reimagine how they do what they do, who does the work, and why. Join the Maine Association of Nonprofits for this important conversation with a highly respected innovator, educator, and thinker, Shari Dunn, as she discusses the current equity challenges that exist within the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors and offers us an alternative path, the social enterprise model rooted in trust-based philanthropy.

 

White Saviorism: Knowing Your Role in Anti-Racism, Equity, and Inclusion

Thursday, October 21 - 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

As White folks, we often do not seek to understand what our role is in anti-racism, equity and inclusion, even in our own workplaces and community spaces. This training will help you understand the Eight White Identities and find your role in the ongoing work of racial and social justice in our communities. All learner types were thought of when planning this training, with times for individual reflection, small group work, and full group sharing. Join us to say no to white saviorism and commit to working toward being an ally and accomplice.

 

QuickBooks Made Easy for Desktop Edition

Tuesday-Thursday, November 9-11 - 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This three day series focuses on QuickBooks materials – all nonprofit-focused! This session is for the desktop version of QuickBooks.

 

QuickBooks Made Easy for Online Edition

Tuesday-Thursday, November 16-18 - 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This three day series focuses on QuickBooks materials – all nonprofit-focused! This session is for the desktop version of QuickBooks.

 

Transforming Workplace Culture Through Empathy

Wednesday, November 17 - 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Empathy is at the root of connection, communication, collaboration and engagement - all things that we aim to embody in our nonprofit communities. As staff and volunteers, we seek to understand those we serve through our mission-driven work and continually strive to meet their needs with our programs and services. Are we bringing that same intention to understanding our internal teams? Our partnerships?

 

Advancing Race Equity Through Acccountable Leadership

Wednesday, December 15 - 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

To empower individuals and organizations in identifying how their practices can create and sustain race equity experiences and outcomes within the social sector, inspiring leaders Monisha Kapila and Bianca Anderson, will share the new ProInspire Leadership Model for Race Equity Impact framework. Their work addresses all the levels from which leaders can create impact: leadership of self, people, organizations and systems. Their framework is based on experience, research, and perspectives from their team and many thought partners, and it is expected to evolve through sharing with others (that’s you!) and their feedback. 

 

 

Webinar Registration

 

*Registration for each webinar closes at 4:00 PM the business day before the scheduled webinar.