The Center continues to bring you high-quality professional development opportunities designed with the nonprofit professional in mind.
We introduced a hybrid approach that includes live and on-line learning solutions.
Whether you need quick, focused training on a particular topic or are ready to invest in your own professional development, we have you covered.
If you have questions, please reach out to Heather Bradley at 419-241-9513 or email@example.com.
NONPROFIT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
Becoming certified is an effective way to advance your understanding of nonprofits, add to your resume and improve your organization. You will learn how to maximize success using valuable information you can implement immediately following each course.
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.
The program addresses the skills and strategies that enhance organizational sustainability to transform communities. High-quality professional development courses and mentorships provide training and ongoing support systems for personal and professional success.
Do you prefer to learn at your own pace? The Center offers many great low-cost, online courses specifically designed to support nonprofit professionals.
NOTE: If you intend to enroll in a certificate program offered by The Center, you can request credit for eligible courses completed, however, the full registration fee for the certificate program will apply.
The following courses are currently available for independent study.
Budgeting in a Nonprofit Organization
Fundraising for Nonprofit Organizations
How to Read a Nonprofit Financial Statement
Introduction to Grant Writing
Introduction to Nonprofit Management
Leadership in a Nonprofit Organization
Nonprofit Board and Volunteer Development
Nonprofit Ethics and Compliance
Principles of Marketing for Nonprofit Organizations
Social Media for Nonprofits
Strategy for Nonprofit Organizations
Click on the button below for more information about each course.
In this workshop we will examine what grants are and how they work. We will also explore whether or not grants will help your organization and if they will help, how to find grant opportunities and be competitive grant seekers.
To win grants, you need the most up-to-date, complete information you can get about grant makers and the grants they’ve made. How can you get that? Zachary Huber of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library will provide an overview of the directory, run sample searches and answer questions to help grant-seekers understand this valuable tool available for use through the library’s business department.
The Center for Nonprofit Resources and Philanthropy Ohio are hosting a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion training opportunity for local nonprofit organizations.
Learn more here.