Announcement

DRF Hiring for Program Officer

DRF is currently searching for an addition to our program staff team. This person will identify community needs and facilitate collaboration among regional stakeholders in one of DRF's four focus areas (economic development, education, health and wellness and community development); and prepare and analyze grant requests to support regional efforts, and related work as apparent or assigned. 

Grantwriting and Compliance

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Managing your Nonprofit Effectively

Managing your Nonprofit Effectively

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Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Events Series

Session I

Part of the "2019 Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program" Series

Registration is closed for the 2019 session.

Registration 

Up to 15 students are accepted into the Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program. Registration is open to nonprofit organizations in Danville, Pittsylvania County, Virginia, and Caswell County, North Carolina.   To register for the 2019 Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program, contact:

Starling McKenzie, Senior Program Officer, smckenzie@drfonline.org, 434-483-4273,
Danville Regional Foundation, 434-483-4273
Class location:  Institute for Advanced Learning and Research, Danville, VA

Attendance Policy 

Classes meet from 9am to 4pm each day, starting promptly at 9am and ending at 4pm.   Fifteen (15) students are accepted into each Nonprofit Management Intensive Track held in Danville, VA.  The program is sponsored by the Danville Regional Foundation, Danville.    To receive the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management on the last day of the Program, students are to attend each class as scheduled.

Staff:  Duke Nonprofit Management Program   

Mary Sherk, Program Coordinator, 919-681-1025, mary.sherk@duke.edu,  Ivy Burch, Program Assistant, 919-668-6742, ilb4@duke.edu ,  Nancy Love, MPA, Director, 919-668-6743, nancy.love@duke.edu    

Pre-Reading Assignments  

The Intensive Track Program may require pre-reading. Assignments are sent to students one month before the class starts.     

Program Format 

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

Inclement Weather    

In the event of severe weather, we will make a decision to cancel a class 24 hours in advance of the start time.  For updated information on cancellations, call Starling McKenzie at 434-483-4273 at the Danville Regional Foundation.

Dress Code  

Business casual - Bring a sweater and/or jacket to class in case the room temperature changes.

Duke Nonprofit Management Program – 919-668-6742

Participants from throughout the world enroll in the Duke University Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program.  The program is designed to give those working in or with nonprofits 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. Participants may complete the requirement for the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management in 8 days.

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

To download the full Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program schedule, please click here.



Dates: Monday, April 1, 9am – 4pm
Location: The Institute for Advanced Learning
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Attendance Policy 

Classes meet from 9am to 4pm each day, starting promptly at 9am and ending at 4pm.   Fifteen (15) students are accepted into each Nonprofit Management Intensive Track held in Danville, VA.  The program is sponsored by the Danville Regional Foundation, Danville.    To receive the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management on the last day of the Program, students are to attend each class as scheduled.

Staff:  Duke Nonprofit Management Program   

Mary Sherk, Program Coordinator, 919-681-1025, mary.sherk@duke.edu,  Ivy Burch, Program Assistant, 919-668-6742, ilb4@duke.edu,  Nancy Love, MPA, Director, 919-668-6743, nancy.love@duke.edu   

Pre-Reading Assignments  

The Intensive Track Program may require pre-reading. Assignments are sent to students one month before the class starts.     

Program Format 

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

Inclement Weather    

In the event of severe weather, we will make a decision to cancel a class 24 hours in advance of the start time.  For updated information on cancellations, call Starling McKenzie at 434-483-4273 at the Danville Regional Foundation.

Dress Code  

Business casual - Bring a sweater and/or jacket to class in case the room temperature changes.