This Course is Designed For
Individuals with diverse identities and lived experience who are interested in furthering their knowledge and skills as nonprofit leaders, aspiring and emerging leaders, mid-level nonprofit managers, and individuals seeking to change careers and enter the nonprofit sector. MWNN is committed to supporting the professional development of next generation leaders and is particularly interested in providing pathways for emerging leaders of color, mid-level nonprofit managers and those who are seeking to change careers and enter the nonprofit sector. Faculty members are practitioners in the field who bring lived experience as well as expertise. Syllabus available upon request.
Your Schedule Will Include
Twelve (12) half-days of interactive online training including instructor led discussion on practical applications, panel discussions, independent work and project group work. The dates for the twelve (12) sessions are September 24, October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19, December 3, 10, and 17, 2021 (all Fridays) from 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Classes will be conducted via ZOOM Video Conferencing and a laptop or computer will be required.
8:30 – 10:00 Lecture and Question/Answer
10:00 – 10:15 Break
10:15 – 11:30 Panel Discussion or instructor led discussion on practical application
11:30 – 12:30 Project Group Work
|Sept 24||Nonprofit Fundamentals|
|Oct 1||Building Equitable and Inclusive Organizations|
|Oct 8||Needs Analysis and Business Case Development|
|Oct 15||Strategic Planning/Partnerships and Collaborations|
|Oct 22||The Role of the Executive Director|
|Oct 29||The Role of the Board of Directors|
|Nov 5||Staff: Recruiting, Hiring, Retaining|
|Nov19||Using Data to Measure Impact|
|Dec 10||Communications / Marketing|
|Dec 17||Leading through Change/Capstone Presentations|
Full syllabus available upon request
You will be equipped with the skills, knowledge, and networking opportunities needed to progress in nonprofit leadership development. You will be awarded a Certificate in Nonprofit Management for Practitioners through MetroWest Nonprofit Network (MWNN) and Framingham State University (FSU). This course has been approved for three (3) graduate-level credits, which may be purchased, upon successful completion of the program and all assignments, through Framingham State University. (Office of Continuing Professional Education and Workforce Development.)
Tuition for the Certificate in Nonprofit Management for Practitioners is $1,750.00. Partial or full scholarships may be available for qualified candidates. The course consists of twelve (12) sessions, forty-five (45) classroom hours.
The application period for the 2021 class is now closed.