Does your organization need support in fundraising? Look no further!
The Nonprofit Professionals: Fundraising Executives learning track is here to support new and established nonprofit fundraisers/development professionals. Participants will expand their competencies while generating innovative ideas. Their unique expertise will enable them to support any organization by setting them up for a sustainable future.
Each month, participants will receive links to high-quality training resources to prepare them for upcoming training and reinforce concepts previously taught. Some of these are required, while others are elective. No require self-paced learning will exceed three hours of work a month.
This program features two tracks, one for emerging fundraisers who are just starting out in the development field and a second for advanced fundraisers who have done this work for several years. Each cohort has a customized curriculum that addresses where they are in their professional career. However, we know the power of peer-to-peer learning, so the two cohorts also have the opportunity to meet and work together. See how to get started in the flyer below.
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