NMI 104

Nonprofit Management Certificate (Flexible Start Dates)

Offered Online

As a nonprofit professional, if you are looking to maximize your nonprofit organization’s staff, resources, and day-to-day operations and seeking to add value to your professionalism through certified competency, the Nonprofit Management Certificate is right for you.

Nonprofit knowledge experts provide experienced engaging, practice-oriented learning experiences that focus on best practices, and proven methods, skills, and techniques that can immediately be implemented in your nonprofit organization.

NMI 104: Engaging and Developing Volunteers (October 2022)

Volunteer programs require the same managerial effort as other organizational operation efforts. There are many factors to consider in ensuring that the experience is positive for both the volunteer and the organization. In this course, you are taught the basics of recruiting, managing, motivating, recognizing, and rewarding staff and volunteers to effectively utilize and retain their strengths and skills.

Special attention is placed within this course to respond to the impact COVID-19 has had on this area of nonprofit resource development and management.

NMI 104 - Engaging and Developing Volunteers (In-Person) February 2019

In this course, participants will learn how to recruit, manage, motivate, recognize, and reward staff and volunteers in order to effectively utilize their strengths. In addition, volunteer programs require the same type of managerial effort that any other program effort would require and there are many factors to consider in ensuring that the experience is positive for both the volunteer and the organization.

NMI 104 - Engaging and Developing Volunteers (Phoenix) March 2018

In this course, participants will learn how to recruit, manage, motivate, recognize, and reward staff and volunteers in order to effectively utilize their strengths. In addition, volunteer programs require the same type of managerial effort that any other program effort would require and there are many factors to consider in ensuring that the experience is positive for both the volunteer and the organization.

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