Grant Writing and Compliance

Grant Writing and Compliance – How to Wri...

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Writing a Strategic Business Plan

Writing a Strategic Business Plan
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2022 Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program

THIS PROGRAM IS NOW FULL. Registration is closed but please review the individual classes that are still available.

 

 

The Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program will be offered via Virtual Training. Pre-work will be available to registered students one month before the program starts.

Students will receive class materials, evaluation forms, etc. for the 8-day program. Duke staff will give a program orientation on the first day of class.

Participants

A maximum of fifteen (15) participants will be accepted in the Virtual - Online Zoom Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program.

Starling McKenzie, Danville Regional Foundation’s Senior Program Officer, will give the names of registered students to Mary Sherk, mary.sherk@duke.edu, NPM Program Coordinator, within fifteen (15) days of the Program start date. This info enables Duke Nonprofit Management staff to prepare a bio sheet of registered students.

Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management

Upon completion of the Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program on Jun 9, 2022, Nonprofit Management staff will mail the Certificates in Nonprofit Management to students who completed the training. The Certificate will be mailed within 30 days after the class ends. The Duke Office of Continuing Studies maintains student info in its database.

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Session I

The 2022 Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program offers skills and expertise to those in the nonprofit sector. It explores eight key areas of nonprofit management through classes taught by established practitioners, and scholars from a variety of disciplines within the sector. The Program provides affordable, practical, and accessible training to those working in the nonprofit sector – whether paid staff, volunteers, directors, board members, philanthropists, members of faith-based communities, and those transitioning from the private sector.

SESSION I - APRIL 4-7, 2022

Nonprofit - Board Development / Governance
Monday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Instructor: Allen, Jean

Grant Writing and Best Practices
Tuesday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Instructor: Peebles, Ruth

Nonprofit - NP-Planning & Evaluation
Wednesday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Instructor: Nash, Matthew

Evaluating Social Enterprise as a Strategy for NPs
Thursday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Instructor: Stern, Jeff

PLEASE RETURN TO THIS PAGE TO REGISTER

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Session II

The 2022 Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program offers skills and expertise to those in the nonprofit sector. It explores eight key areas of nonprofit management through classes taught by established practitioners, and scholars from a variety of disciplines within the sector. The Program provides affordable, practical, and accessible training to those working in the nonprofit sector – whether paid staff, volunteers, directors, board members, philanthropists, members of faith-based communities, and those transitioning from the private sector.

 

SESSION II - JUNE 6-9, 2022

Sustainable Strategic Planning for Nonprofits
Monday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Instructor: Warner, Larry

Employment Law for Nonprofits
Tuesday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Instructor: Williams, Annie

Nonprofit - Financial Management
Wednesday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Instructor: LeRoy Melissa

Nonprofit - Human Resource Development
Thursday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Instructor: Kenney, Robert

PLEASE RETURN TO THIS PAGE TO REGISTER

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2022 Nonprofit Capacity Building Training

Registration

Up to 25 students are accepted into the 2022 Nonprofit Capacity Building Training Series. Registration is open to nonprofit organizations in Danville, Pittsylvania County, Virginia and Caswell County, North Carolina.

Class Format

Virtual - Online-Zoom

Online Classes

Classes will be a series of live, interactive Webinars. A link to each instructor’s handouts will be provided to staff at the Danville Regional Foundation.

Attendance Policy

Classes meet from 9am to 4pm each day, starting promptly at 9am and ending at 4pm. 20 students are accepted into each class. Students earn 6 course hours per class. Hours may be applied toward the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Contact Duke Nonprofit Management staff if you have questions.

Earn Your Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management when you attend all 8 classes in this Series You may earn the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management if you attend each of the 8 Virtual classes in the 2022 Nonprofit Capacity Building Training Series and complete assigned pre-reading materials.

Danville Regional Foundation staff will send Duke Nonprofit Management staff a list of all registered participants for each class, highlighting participants who selected the Custom Intensive Track Option.

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Tuesday, August 23 - Grant Writing and Compliance – How to Write Effective Grants - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Grant Writing and Compliance – How to Write Effective Grants
Public Grants (Local, State, Federal) and Private Grants (Corporations, Foundations)

Instructor: Ruth Peebles, MPA, rpeebles@theinsgroup.com 

Tuesday, September 27 - Writing a Strategic Business Plan - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Writing a Strategic Business Plan
(Sustainable Strategic Planning)

Instructor: Anne Willson, MA anne@annewillson.com 

Tuesday, October 25 - Human Resource Development in Nonprofits - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Human Resource Development in Nonprofits
[Talent Recognition in Selecting Nonprofit Employees]

Instructor: Robert Kenney, Ph.D., ptt@lynchburg.net 

Tuesday, November 15 - Marketing Your Nonprofit (Can You Hear Me Now?) - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Marketing Your Nonprofit (Can You Hear Me Now?)

Instructor: Kelly Joyner Lee, kjlee1971@gmail.com