Creating a financially sustainable nonprofit is crucial for the success of an organization. This requires the intentional implementation of tried and true strategies as well as innovative ideas. The Alliance is here to help make that a reality with the Nonprofit Professionals: Fundraising Executives learning track.
This program supports emerging and established nonprofit fundraisers/development professionals through a 9-month, cohort-based program. Our guest speakers and trainers are experts and leaders from a variety of nonprofit, philanthropic, and public institutions that will guide you through The Alliance’s high-quality renowned curriculum, where organizations will earn nationally recognized and highly valued continuing education units. This program features two tracks, one for emerging fundraisers who are just starting out and a second for advanced fundraisers who have done this work for several years.
We understand the power of peer-to-peer learning, so both cohorts will have the opportunity to meet and work together. The instruction will combine in-person, virtual, and self-paced online learning. The program starts on August 25th.
For more information, you can reach out to Julia Kunis (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To learn more and register, visit our information page here.
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