The Duke Nonprofit Management Program partners include:
- The Cameron Foundation
- Danville Regional Foundation
- Community Foundation of NC East
- N.C. Center for Nonprofits
- The Vail Centre
- Western North Carolina Nonprofit Pathways
The Cameron Foundation (Petersburg, VA)
"Nonprofit Capacity Building Redesign — Connecting Capacity to Impact” to Nonprofits (Custom training)
Participants enroll online via the foundation’s website on a first come first serve basis, until the classes are full. Classes are offered at 228 S. Sycamore St, Petersburg, VA. The board and staff of the Foundation identified several goals to be accomplished in the redesigned approach to capacity building. Capacity building goals are (1) to provide the appropriate level and intensity of resources to meet each nonprofit organization’s need and current capacity; (2) to achieve measurable improvement in leadership, management, governance, sustainability, and overall ability to deliver impactful services; and (3) to strengthen the sector systemically by creating stronger networks of service providers, within and across categories of service delivery. For information, call or e-mail Jill Coleman, Vice-president for Programs, 804.732.8900, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Danville Regional Foundation (Danville, VA)
Danville Regional Foundation (Virginia)—Sponsors the Nonprofit Management Intensive Track and the Nonprofit Capacity Building Training Series. Classes will be held at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research, Danville, VA. Training is available to nonprofits in Danville, including Pittsylvania County, VA, and Caswell County, NC. For information or to register, contact Starling McKenzie, Senior Program Officer, Danville, email@example.com, 434.483.4273.
Wells Fargo recently presented $100,000 to The Community Foundation of NC East to announce a new partnership among Wells Fargo, Duke Nonprofit Management Program, and The Community Foundation of NC East. The partnership creates an opportunity for nonprofit executive leaders in the eastern region of NC to be selected by The Community Foundation of NC East to attend the Duke Executive Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership. The next Executive Certificate is scheduled for October 9-13, 2017. For information about the scholarship, contact Melissa Spain, CEO/Executive Director, The Community Foundation of NC East, MelissaSpain@gmail.com, 252.756.8549.
The N.C. Center for Nonprofits’ Statewide Conference is the premier annual event for North Carolina’s nonprofit sector, drawing 700-900 nonprofit decision makers from across the state, as well as foundation trustees and staff, corporate giving officers, and consultants and vendors who work with nonprofits. Conference participants receive exposure to national, cutting-edge speakers, access to high-quality information, and important connections with peers, grantmakers, and others.
Learn the latest, challenge your ideas, imagine new possibilities, make new connections, and earn credit for the Duke Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Participants who attend the conference may apply 12 hours of credit (6 hours each day) toward the Duke Certificate. A fee of $20 per course credit hour applies. For questions about the credit, call the Duke Nonprofit Management Program at 919-668-6742.
The Duke Nonprofit Management Program is partnering with the Vail Centre in Vail, Colorado to offer a custom-designed Intensive Track Program June 25, 2017 through June 30, 2017. The Program gives nonprofit professionals skills and expertise to succeed in the sector.
The Vail Centre designs interactive learning experiences that bring together great thinkers and doers, state and local groups, university and educational partners and renowned experts from around the world. Here, individuals and organizations convene on an inspirational mountain campus delving into academic ideas and real world challenges, creating meaningful connections and life-long friendships.
Western North Carolina Nonprofit Pathways is a collaboration of regional and state funders seeking to invest in the organizations that help the mountain communities succeed. Targeting the 18 western counties, Pathways offers a range of services from workshops around the region to on-site trainings with experienced professional consultants. Their mission is to help strengthen nonprofits that are vital to the future of western North Carolina.