This certificate program is a credential that demonstrates advanced level breadth and depth of knowledge about the fundraising practice, a commitment to leadership in the sector, and a commitment to ethical and effective professional practice.
This certificate program provides a comprehensive overview of the marketing and outreach processes needed to develop and implement an effective marketing plan. Participants will learn both traditional marketing concepts and the latest in new media strategies with a special emphasis on mobile.
This program provides a comprehensive suite of non-credit courses designed for individuals working in the nonprofit sector. Completing any six of the courses will earn participants a noncredit Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
This online, accredited graduate program is designed to sharpen analytical and management skills for individuals assuming a leadership role in a nonprofit, aspiring to one, or hoping to gain a greater understanding of the nonprofit sector.
This online certificate program introduces learners to key current management issues for nonprofit organizations. Issues addressed include fundraising, board and volunteer development, budgeting, reading financial statements, leadership, marketing, and setting strategic direction.
This certificate program is designed to heighten the skills and abilities of those who currently, or would like to, consult and train nonprofit boards of directors on governance issues.
This program for nonprofit staff and board members offers the leadership, management, and business skills that will make a nonprofit organization's mission both sustainable and transformational. This online program includes video-based e-learning, weekly live sessions and downloadable content.
This program details how to create a winning development plan with a philosophy of successful fundraising within the current philanthropic environment.
This certificate program offers information on winning grant writing techniques and proper grant management. The program is intended for community-based nonprofit professionals as well as students and faculty who are seeking to become more competitive in research careers dependent on funding.
This program offers the Grant Professionals Certification (GPC), which is available to grant professionals who pass an examination developed through rigorous national standards for professional credentials. The exam is designed as a test for a “generalist” who is defined in broad terms as a person who is experienced and competent in the fundamentals of grantsmanship.
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