Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Management
In conjunction with the Helen Bader Institute for Nonprofit Management
The curriculum consists of competency areas central to nonprofit management: human resources development, oversight and ethics, planning and programming, economics and finances and external relations.
Single courses may be taken without the pursuit of the certificate.
Who Should Attend
As a nonprofit professional or volunteer committed to developing knowledge and leadership skills (and not currently seeking a master’s degree or graduate level certificate), the Professional Certificate in Nonprofit Management will hone your effectiveness and efficiency.
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Analyze the principles of financial management and apply these fundamentals to your budgeting practices.
- Develop leadership skills and effective approaches to lead a team.
- Examine board development, ethical/moral issues and approaches while exploring legal frameworks specific to nonprofit operations.
- Learn evaluation techniques, develop strategic plans, and assess your organization’s values, culture and operational procedures.
"The instructors are wonderful! They have a wealth of knowledge, experience, resources, enthusiasm and generosity.
" — R. Olson,participant
"The instructors used a variety of different learning styles and strategies, which kept the workshops interesting." — Nonprofit Participant
Earn the certificate by completing 14 courses within 2 years.
Wed., July 11
Wed., Oct 24
Wed.-Thu., May 16-17
Wed., Apr 4
Wed., Nov 7
Wed., Oct 10
Thu., June 7
Wed., Apr 18
Wed., Nov 28
Wed., Sept 26
Wed., June 27