Measuring Your Impact: Certificate in Nonprofit Management at Malrboro
July 29, 2014
Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies has announced a revised curriculum for the 2014 Fall Certificate in Nonprofit Management. This renowned 80-hour series helps nonprofit leaders gain and refine the essential skills needed to strengthen their organizations and achieve their missions. The series will take place in Montpelier, at the Comfort Inn and Suites at Maplewood, and in Brattleboro at the Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies Center.
Students in the Nonprofit Management Program are active practitioners and leaders in Northern New England's vibrant nonprofit community. Learning takes place in day-long, face-to-face intensives and continues outside of class in online portals. Small class sizes result in vibrant communities and opportunities for peer-to-peer learning. The Certificate alumni network is 450 strong. “This program provides practical, relevant tools for nonprofit professionals; what you learn in the Certificate on Friday afternoon you can apply in your organization on Monday morning,” says Program Director Kate Jellema.
This cohort will benefit from new workshops including, Volunteer and Staff Management, Tell Your Story, Connect with Your Community, and Measure Your Impact. Certificate faculty are all teacher-practitioners. They include Andy Robinson, a well-known national consultant and author, Dr. Amy Carmola, Director of Community Impact & Volunteer Mobilization at the United Way of Chittenden County, and Julie McNeal of the Connecticut Society of CPA’s.
Classes meet on Fridays, 8:30am to 4:00pm, for ten weeks. Various sources of financial aid are available to support nonprofit participation in this program. To find out more about the Certificate in Nonprofit Management, please email Program Coordinator Kim Lier at email@example.com, or reach her at (802) 251-7690.
Registration is open at http://nonprofit.marlboro.edu.