Get high-quality, affordable, self-paced nonprofit training through CNPE
So just how do you manage a nonprofit? How is social media different for nonprofits? Now you have an easy way to learn the details of operating a nonprofit: You can boost your skills in areas helpful to your nonprofit career with more than 100 affordable, self-paced, online courses accessible through a portal on our website, cnpe.org. We have partnered with MindEdge Learning LLC, founded in 1998 by Harvard and MIT educators, to offer this new way to get better at what you do.
You can jump straight to the portal here. There, you can choose from a robust range of courses, many specific to nonprofits (and most priced at $79 before the discount), to boost your knowledge. You can also choose to pursue nine certificate paths, including Communication, Data Analytics, HR Management, Marketing, and Project Management.
CNPE members signing up for these self-paced courses get a 20% discount from now until Monday, November 30. If your organization is a CNPE member, contact the person who manages your cnpe.org access for the discount code.
CNPE is seeking a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Consultant
CNPE has issued a Request for Proposals for consulting services to help us with an important internal diversity, equity, and inclusion program. Responses will be due by Monday, November 30. Details here.
Seats still available for Dan Pallotta’s Bold Training for Nonprofit Directors and Staff!
We’re pretty excited to be able to bring this electrifying nonprofit guru back to inspire us all to bolder action in the coming days. The program involves self-paced training plus a 90-minute virtual session with Dan. Get details here.
These upcoming webinars can help you sharpen skills you need right now:
ImpactV and the Benefits of Shared Services
Nonprofit leaders must divide their energy between programmatic work and managing back-office demands, including administration, finance, human resources, information technology, and compliance. You can’t outsource your mission, but you may be able to outsource some of the back-office functions that can divert attention from that mission.
Join us on Thursday, November 5, at 2:00 PM as we hear from ImpactV, an organization formed by like-minded nonprofit organizations to deliver strategic, professional back-office services to nonprofits. You’ll learn how shared services can help your organization reduce costs and risks, improve purchasing power and operating efficiency, and foster collaboration that leads to program innovation. Free for members; $25 for non-members. Register here.
What You Can Do to Retain Year-End Donors
You have all those donors who gave last December, but will they give again? Let’s figure out how to get the next gift!
On Tuesday, November 10, from 9 to 10:15, Steven Shattuck of Bloomerang will share the research you really need to understand, conducted by our sector’s leading authorities on building donor loyalty. He will share easy, actionable tips you can use to keep those donors giving over the long term. $25 for members; $50 for nonmembers. Details and registration here.
QuickBooks Made Easy for Nonprofits
Whether you use the desktop or the online version of QuickBooks, we have two three-day webinars for you to sharpen your skills. All are taught by Gregg Bosson, a CPA and an expert trainer. You can take only a one-day or a three-day session ($199 for members; $249 for nonmembers). Get details on the desktop sessions here, and details on the online version here.
Women Give 2020: New Research on Gender and Online Giving
Women consistently give more than men. Why? How can you leverage this knowledge? In this webinar at 9:00 AM on Thursday, December 3, Jacqueline Ackerman of the Women’s Philanthropy Institute (WPI) will share new research from WPI’s Women Give 2020 report, New Forms of Giving in a Digital Age: Powered by Technology, Creating Community. $25 for members; $50 for nonmembers. Details here.
If you haven’t voted yet, be sure to do so today or tomorrow. Stay safe. We’re eager to see you face to face when that becomes possible again.
Ann L. Coffey, CEO