This fall, Marlboro College brings its premier nonprofit management training opportunity to Burlington and White River Junction! Registration is now open for the Marlboro College Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Classes will be capped at 24 students per cohort.
Financial aid from Marlboro College is available to applicants with demonstrated need; we strive to make the program accessible to all applicants. VBSR members eligible for 25% discount. Special grants for various mission areas. To learn more, contact Kate Jellema, Program Director: email@example.com or (802) 451-7510, or visit us on the web.
Maximize your effectiveness with ten outstanding workshops in the core skills you need for success:
- financial management
- human resources
- conflict resolution
- strategic planning
- boards & governance
This year we are launching the series with a dynamic new workshop in personal leadership development led by nationally-renowned trainer and coach Jeff Bercuvitz. Not to be missed!
“The focus on practitioners was the real strength of this workshop series,” says alum Cindy Heaney, program coordinator for the Infant Toddler Center of Acton, MA. “So much was jammed into the ten-week series and it was worth every moment of time, effort and money invested.” Read more comments from our students here.
Classes meet on Fridays, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. The Burlington series will run September 7 to November 9 and will meet at Planned Parenthood of Northern New England. The White River Junction series will meet September 14 to November 16 at the Center for Cartoon Studies. See the full schedule here.
“The Marlboro program helped build a bridge between theories and practical application.” Watch the video.
- Rep. Mike Mrowicki, co-founder, Vermont Fatherhood Initiative
“One of the wonderful things that the Certificate program did for us was to connect us to very important role models. We got to make lasting connections with people who are movers and shakers in the nonprofit sector.” Watch the video. – Sarah Mutrux, executive director, The Common Place