Nonprofit Management Institute | Thomas Nelson Community College

Nonprofit Management Institute

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Program Details
Credential: 
Certificate
Academic Division: 
Continuing Education & Training
 
 
 
 
The Nonprofit Management Institute is a joint initiative of Thomas Nelson and NetworkPeninsula. The goal of the Institute is to educate nonprofit professionals and equip them with best practices in all areas of nonprofit management, leadership, and development.
 
  • Classes will be held in Williamsburg. Full-day classes will be from 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m, with two 15-minute breaks and 1 hour for lunch. Half-day classes will be held from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, with one 15-minute break.
  • Participants will receive .5 CEUs per class plus 5 CFRE points per full-day class and .25 CEUs and 2.5 CFRE points per half-day class.
  • Classes can be taken as part of a particular Certificate program, or as individual classes with no obligation to obtain Certificates. To obtain individual Certificates, students must take a minimum of five classes in the desired Certificate area. (See ( ) after each class for designated Certificate area that class falls into.) To obtain the Certificate in Nonprofit Management, students are required to complete 115 hours (11.5 CEUs) from classes across all of the six Certificate Programs.

 

Classes

REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW FOR:

January 28, 2022 – Team Building Techniques and Creative Facilitation (Volunteer Management; Nonprofit Leadership)

February 25, 2022 – Organizational Assessment: Understanding What Makes a Nonprofit Healthy (Organizational Development; Nonprofit Leadership)

March 25, 2022 – Conflict Resolution (Volunteer Management; Nonprofit Leadership)

April 29, 2022 – Program Excellence: Creating Mission Impact (Nonprofit Leadership; Organizational Development)

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN ON MARCH 21 FOR:

May 20, 2022 – Building an Active and Engaged Board of Directors (Volunteer Management; Nonprofit Leadership)

Class Requirements: Students must be in attendance for the entire class in order to receive credits. Attendance will be taken throughout the day. Please visit https://networkpeninsula.org/nmi/ prior to registering for a complete list of requirements in order to receive CEUs, CFREs, and, where applicable, training funds.

Class Location:

All classes will be held in Room 327 (room number subject to change) at Thomas Nelson Community College’s Historic Triangle Campus, 100 Opportunity Way, Williamsburg, Virginia (next to Warhill High School).

For full class descriptions and instructors, click here

NOTE: If you are with an organization that has a FULL nonprofit membership with NetworkPeninsula, please email us for the discount code prior to beginning the registration process.

*To search for the class in the registration area HERE, use the search bar in the upper right-hand corner, and type in preferred class. 

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Register for classes online using the Thomas Nelson Workforce Development registration system.

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Register Online

Register for classes online using the Thomas Nelson Workforce Development registration system.

Register Online