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New Fellowship Opportunity Open

DRF is currently searching for a fellow to be the Project Coordinator for Opportunity Neighborhoods. This person will work as a community developer and he/she is responsible for coordinating and facilitating the planning, implementation, and evaluation of all activities associated with the Opportunity Neighborhood (ON) quality of life plans. Position is open until filled.

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Events Series

Session I

Part of the "2020 Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program" Series

COVID-19 outbreak

Note:  Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Duke University has suspended all face-to-face classes through June 28, 2020.  To meet the continuing needs of the nonprofit sector, the Duke Nonprofit Management Program is pleased to offer many of its classes and programs via live Webinars.

 

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 2020 Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program, please contact:

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

Class Location
Online

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 Program held in Danville, VA.  The program is sponsored by the Danville Regional Foundation.  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

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.   Classes are well organized with exercises to help enforce the lecture materials. 

Dress Code
Business casual.

Questions about enrolling:  Call Starling McKenzie at 434-483-4273 or email smckenzie@drfonline.org.

 

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COVID-19 outbreak

Note:  Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Duke University has suspended all face-to-face classes through June 28, 2020.  To meet the continuing needs of the nonprofit sector, the Duke Nonprofit Management Program is pleased to offer many of its classes and programs via live Webinars.

 

Participants from throughout the world enroll in the Duke Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program.  Training 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 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.

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Week 1:  Monday, April 13, 2020 - Thursday, April 16, 2020

Please return to this page to register.