Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership Courses
The vision of the nonprofit world is to serve as the public's conscience.
The dynamic program consists of three consecutive all-day sessions covering:
Setting goals and objectives; the strategic plan from discussion to development, adoption, and implementation.
Creating institutional and program budgets; monitoring expenses and revenue through regular reports; the annual audit.
Creating and evaluating programs that carry out the strategic plan and can respond to new opportunities.
Creating the proposal for public or private funders that has the best chance of succeeding.
Doing special events and corporate, foundation, and individual solicitations.
Establishing department and individual goals; motivation and evaluation.
Motivating and supporting trustees; identifying new trustees.
The importance of, and how to go about, advocating and lobbying for a nonprofit organization.
Public Relations and Marketing
How to use the media—print, radio, TV, and the Web—to grow public awareness of and involvement with your nonprofit organization.
How to handle any audience as though your career depends on it; dealing with the media—print, electronic and Internet.