Nonprofit– Board Development/Governance

Nonprofit– Board Development/Governance

Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Nonprofit – Financial Management

Nonprofit – Financial Management

Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Are you a nonprofit Board member or staffer looking to sharpen your skills in areas such as fundraising, grant writing and volunteer management?

The Danville Regional Foundation is once again sponsoring the nonprofit training series offered through the Nonprofit Management Program, a unit of Duke University Office of Continuing Studies. There will be two courses of study to choose from.

The series will be offered at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research and the class size for each session will be limited to fifteen (15). Registration is required and is accessible through www.drfonline.org with a list of classes offered along with course descriptions.

What do you need to know?

  • The intensive certificate track will be held online April 12–15 and June 7-10, 2021. 
  • Registration is first come, first serve.
  • Please limit your organization′s representation to no more than two individuals in any one course. Ideally one staff member and one board member.
  • Participants must work or live in Caswell County, NC, Pittsylvania County, VA, or the City of Danville.
  • Coursework may be applied towards the Duke University Certificate in Nonprofit Management.

For more information on the regional offerings in the Duke Nonprofit Management Training Series, please contact DRF Senior Program Officer Starling McKenzie at 434–483–4273 or smckenzie@drfonline.org.

DRF will not charge a registration fee. Deadline for registration for the Intensive Training Track April 2, 2021 in writing. All spaces are on a first come registration basis up to 15 participants.

2021 Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

 

Registration: Up to 15 students are accepted into the Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program. The Program is offered Virtual–Online-Zoom.  Registration is open to nonprofit organizations in Danville, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and Caswell County, North Carolina.  

For questions about the 2021 Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program, contact:

Class Location:  Virtual Training

Attendance Policy:  Classes meet from 9am to 4pm each day, starting promptly at 9am and ending at 4pm.  Fifteen students are accepted into the 2021 Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program sponsored by Danville Regional Foundation.  Students who complete the 8 days of this Intensive Track Program are eligible for their Certificate in Nonprofit Management to be mailed. Students are to attend each class as scheduled.

Pre-Reading:  The Intensive Track Program requires pre-reading.  Assignments are sent to students 30 days before the class starts.    

Program Format:  The Intensive Track Program includes lectures, demonstrations, practical work, and hands-on project work.   Classes are well organized with exercises to help enforce the lecture materials. 

Inclement Weather:  In the event of severe weather, we may cancel a class 24 hours in advance of the start time.  For updated information on cancellation, call Starling McKenzie at 434-483-4273, Danville Regional Foundation. You may also email Nancy Love at Duke, nancy.love@duke.edu.

Staff:  Duke Nonprofit Management Program

DRF will not charge a registration fee. Deadline for registration for the Intensive Training Track April 2, 2021 in writing. All spaces are on a first come registration basis up to 15 participants.

More Info

Session I

Participants from throughout the world enroll in the Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program.  Training is designed to give those working in or with nonprofit organizations the skills and expertise needed to succeed in the sector - whether paid staff, volunteers, philanthropists, board of directors, faith-based communities, or individuals transitioning from the private sector. Intensive Track Program participants may complete the requirement for the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management in 8 days. We have 15 spaces available for the 2021 session.

Danville Regional Foundation sponsors the Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program. Training is available to nonprofits in Danville – also Pittsylvania County (VA) and Caswell County (NC).  For information, contact Starling McKenzie, Senior Program Officer, Danville Regional Foundation, smckenzie@drfonline.org, 434-483-4273.

Opening Session -- Mon, Apr 12, 2021

  • Starling McKenzie, Senior Program Officer, Danville Regional Foundation
  • Nancy Love, MPA. Director, Duke University Nonprofit Management Program


SESSION I (Apr 12 – Apr 15, 2021)

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Session II

Participants from throughout the world enroll in the Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program.  Training is designed to give those working in or with nonprofit organizations the skills and expertise needed to succeed in the sector - whether paid staff, volunteers, philanthropists, board of directors, faith-based communities, or individuals transitioning from the private sector. Intensive Track Program participants may complete the requirement for the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management in 8 days. We have 15 spaces available for the 2021 session.

Danville Regional Foundation sponsors the Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program. Training is available to nonprofits in Danville – also Pittsylvania County (VA) and Caswell County (NC).  For more information, contact Starling McKenzie, Senior Program Officer, Danville Regional Foundation, smckenzie@drfonline.org, 434-483-4273.

  • Starling McKenzie, Senior Program Officer, Danville Regional Foundation
  • Nancy Love, MPA. Director, Duke University Nonprofit Management Program


SESSION II (June 7 – June 10, 2021)

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2021 Nonprofit Capacity Building Training

CLASSES ARE NOW FULL.

 

Class Dates: Apr 27, May 25, Jun 22, Jul 27, Aug 24, Sep 24, Oct 26, & Nov 16

Registration                                                                                                  
Up to 15 students are accepted into the 2021 Nonprofit Capacity Building Training Series.
Registration is open to nonprofit organizations in Danville, Pittsylvania County, Virginia and Caswell County, North Carolina. If you have questions about the Virtual Online-Zoom classes in the 2021 Nonprofit Capacity Building Training Series, contact:

Starling McKenzie, Senior Program Officer, Danville Regional Foundation, smckenzie@drfonline.org, 434-483-4273

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.  15 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 by attending 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 2021 Nonprofit Capacity Building Training Series and complete assigned pre-reading materials. 

You must register with Starling McKenzie, Senior Program Officer, Danville Regional Foundation, before the first class in the NP Capacity Building Training Series starts - to let him know if you will be participating in the Custom Intensive Track Option, or taking classes individually.

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.

Custom Intensive Track Option: Requirements for earning the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management (8-Classes)

A participant who attends all 8 Online classes in this Nonprofit Capacity Building Training Series (April 27, May 25, Jun 22, Jul 27, Aug 24, Sep 28, Oct 26, and Nov 16. 2021) will earn the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management.  A link to pre-reading assignments will be sent to students planning to earn the Certificate by attending all 8 classes.  Pre-reading must be completed before each scheduled class.

No make-up classes will be offered.

Classes are offered by Duke University Nonprofit Management Program, a unit of the Office of Continuing Studies. Staff contact information is below.

Pre-Reading:   Pre-reading assignments will be placed in the Duke Box for download by participants.  Registered participants will receive a link to Duke Box prior to the first class.    

DRF will not charge a registration fee. Deadline for registration for Capacity Building Training Track April 9, 2021. Applicants interested in getting a Duke University Nonprofit Management Certificate must commit by April 9, 2021 in writing. Space is limited to 15 participants and there will be 5 spaces available for individuals interested in specific classes on an as needed basis.

More Info

Tuesday, May 25 - Nonprofit– Board Development/Governance - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Nonprofit– Board Development/Governance

Instructor: Allen, Jeanne, Ed.S. jeanne@jeanneallenconsulting.com 

Tuesday, June 22 - Nonprofit – Financial Management - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Nonprofit – Financial Management

Instructor: Stratton, Ann Vandervliet tavandervliet@hotmail.com 

Tuesday, July 27 - Human Resource Development : Talent Recognition in selecting nonprofit employees - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Human Resource Development : Talent Recognition in selecting nonprofit employees

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

Tuesday, August 24 - Social Enterprise as a Strategy for Nonprofits - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Social Enterprise as a Strategy for Nonprofits

Instructor: Stern, Jeff, MBA, jeffrey, m.stern@gmail.com 

Tuesday, September 28 - Grant Writing and Compliance: How to Write Effective Grants - 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Grant Writing and Compliance: How to Write Effective Grants

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

Tuesday, October 26 - Community Engagement - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Community Engagement

Instructor: Everson, Wendi Goods, MBA, wgeverson@gmail.com 

Tuesday, November 16 - Community Collaboration: Effective Cross Sector Collaboration - 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Community Collaboration: Effective Cross Sector Collaboration

Instructor: Lee, Kelly Joyner, kjlee1971@gmail.com