Kate Jellema, Director of the Nonprofit Management Certificate Program at the Marlboro College Graduate School is gearing up for the next semester. Register today!
The Program in Nonprofit Management at Marlboro College is a great opportunity for nonprofit professionals. The highly regarded Program in Nonprofit Management at Marlboro College trains the leaders of our region’s nonprofit sector to be strategic, efficient and effective.
In order to serve the whole region, the Certificate course is offered in two different towns each semester. Classes meet on Fridays, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, for ten Fridays in a semester. Class size is limited to 24 participants at each location.
In Fall 2011, we are excited to bring the Certificate to Rutland and St. Johnsbury for the first time in each location. Orientation will happen online on September 9th, and the ten face-to-face Friday workshops will take place between September 16 and December 16, 2011.
The Certificate in Nonprofit Management is a 10-workshop professional development series covering the core competencies of nonprofit management: Leadership, Marketing, Fundraising, Grants and Earned Income, Accounting, Budgets, Strategic Planing, Human Resources, Conflict Resolution, Boards and Governance.
Who should take this series?
Nonprofit EDs, managers or program directors; visionaries starting their own 501(c)(3) or mission-driven organization; talented citizens in other fields who want to jumpstart a meaningful career in the nonprofit sector. Most of our students work full-time while they are completing the Certificate.
Generous support from the TDBank Charitable Foundation, the National Life Foundation, the Vermont Community Foundation and two anonymous private foundations allow us to keep tuition to $1300. Financial aid is available to all applicants with financial need. Some scholarships have early deadlines.
For more information, please check the website .
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