A collaborative initiative of Temple University Harrisburg’s Nonprofit Evaluation, Services and Training Program (NEST) and the Temple University Center for Social Policy and Community Development (CSPCD)
The Nonprofit Management Training Program aims to increase leadership skills in the nonprofit sector through workshops focused on seven subject areas: strategic management, human resource development, grant writing, fiscal management, program evaluation, leadership development, and special issues.
The program offers 60 hours of instruction divided into seven workshop series. Each workshop is led by a Temple staff or faculty member, or by a Temple-approved consultant, so you can rest assured that you will receive quality training. To make the Nonprofit Management Training Program accessible to people in both central and southeastern Pennsylvania, workshops are videoconferenced between sites in Harrisburg and Philadelphia.
Can’t commit to the entire program? No problem! You can take as few or as many of the workshops as you like.
The Nonprofit Management Training Program is open to emerging leaders in nonprofit organizations. These workshops are ideal if you are interested in becoming a coordinator or manager but have limited experience in proposal writing or in organizational development.
|Date||Workshop Series Topic|
|March 2013||Strategic Management: Assessment and Strategic Planning|
|May 2013||Human Resource Development: Hiring and Managing Staff|
|July 2013||Grant Writing: Fundraising and Development|
|September 2013||Fiscal Management: Budgeting and Reporting|
|November 2013||Program Evaluation: Evaluating and Measuring|
|January 2014||Leadership Development: Leading and Decision Making|
Single workshop (3 hours) – $40
Workshop series (9 hours) – $100
Entire program (60 hours) – $680
Each additional registrant from the same organization (20 percent discount):
Single workshop (3 hours) – $32
Workshop series (9 hours) – $80
Entire program (60 hours) – $544
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
$15 per person per workshop series