The Minority Executive Leadership certificate program is designed to support emerging minority nonprofit leaders, CEOs/Executive Directors and staff  interested in growing into these positions. This program addresses the skills and strategies that enhance organizational sustainability to transform communities. These high-quality professional development workshops and mentorships provide training and ongoing support systems for personal and professional success.
Applications accepted until 2/1/19
Space is limited
Participants   Mentors
Members of the Class of 2019 will enjoy many benefits including:
     One-on-One Mentoring
    Summit event
     Certificate presentation
    Membership in C4NPR alumni community

If you are interested in joining the 2019 cohort, click on the button below to submit an application form.  

Contact Lexi Haas to determine if this program is your next professional step.  You can reach Lexi at at (419) 241-9513 or   A limited number of need-based scholarships are available. 
A valued part of this program includes the one-on-one mentoring provided by individuals in the community who provide their time and knowledge in their fields of expertise.  Download the Mentoring Guidelines to learn more.

If you are interested in joining the 2019 mentoring team, click on the button below to express your interest.
Contact Lexi Haas at (419) 241-9513 or with your questions about this opportunity.
If you are selected after the review process, you will be matched with a protege based on their identified outcomes.


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