Nonprofit Bookkeeping Skills

Accounting Books
Maintaining timely and accurate financial records is a critical responsibility for every nonprofit organization. Doing it right can be time-consuming, and the rules are complicated. This fully online, self-paced overview of nonprofit bookkeeping fundamentals will help to develop the knowledge and expertise to ensure that your records are accurate, timely, and in full compliance with state and federal accounting rules.

Upon completing this self-paced course, you will be issued a digital badge, which you can use to demonstrate your nonprofit bookkeeping competency publicly. You can share the badge credential on social media and via a printable certificate. Learn more about UWM’s digital badges here.

Course Fee:          $50.00

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Financial Management Tools for Times of Uncertainty

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The Wisconsin nonprofit sector is experiencing significant challenges due to substantive operational changes caused by COVID-19. This includes considerable disruptions in nonprofit finance, directly affecting revenue streams and cash flow. Nonprofits have often faced financial uncertainty, but the scope of current matters requires honing tools and techniques to weather the current crisis. The Helen Bader Institute (HBI) for Nonprofit Management at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UWM) offers this online workshop series to provide tools and training that can help nonprofit managers better deal with current financial uncertainties.

This workshop is offered entirely online each month to a cohort of nonprofit leaders. Participants are allowed three weeks to complete four self-paced learning modules. There is also the option of participating in a scheduled monthly meeting with the instructors at the end of the series to address any final questions and concerns.

Participants should have a basic understanding of nonprofit accounting methods to participate.

Enrollment Cost:          Free

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