Developing a nonprofit program requires skill, expertise, and confidence in a wide range of competencies. Good program managers can effectively supervise staff, develop strong budgets, engage community members, evaluate their success, and so much more. Does this seem daunting, confusing, exhausting – or maybe even exciting? This highly interactive course will provide opportunities to learn and practice new skills in program development. Participants will receive a curated list of resources to use for career-long success in program development.
Who should attend: Nonprofit Management Program participants, executives and management staff who have program development responsibilities, and entry-level staff interested in progressing their career to include these responsibilities. Registration closes November 3.