Non-Profit Organization Manager, Continuing Education Certificate
Like their for-profit counterparts, managers in non-profit organizations plan, direct, and control aspects of the organization's work to ensure the effective and efficient utilization of resources (including staff), so that the goals of the organization can be achieved and the organization can survive and thrive.
They may assist in the organization's strategic planning; develop, monitor and control budgets; manage programs, staff and other resources; as well as assist with fundraising, including grant writing, and the marketing and promotion of the overall organization and/or their unit/department.
Students will be awarded a Continuing Education Workforce Training Certificate, and will have access to a Continuing Education academic record (transcript).
Financial Aid and Payment Options
Continuing Education Opportunity Grant
Partial Payment Option (through Nelnet Business Solutions)
Tuition Waiver for those who qualify
Workforce Development Sequence Scholarship
Employer/Sponsor Paid Tuition
Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS)
Local Office of Workforce Development
The length of this program is six months. Courses start in September and February at CCBC Hunt Valley and CCBC Randallstown.
High School Diploma or GED
Recommended: Prior management or non-profit experience
To apply, go to www.ccbcmd.edu/apply and complete the CCBC Non-Credit Workforce Training Certificate application. An email will then be sent with program information and any additional requirements necessary to apply for the program.
Open Entry – No screening or documentation required.
Prior Learning Assessment
This program has potential options for waiving select courses based on previous coursework or articulated coursework from an approved curriculum. Maximum number of program hours that may be earned from prior learning: 24
Program Course Sequence
Each course is offered as a 'stand-alone'.
MGT 683: Advanced Marketing for Non-Profits: Identifying Targets & Planning Campaigns
MGT 807: Selecting and Developing a Board of Directors
Skills for Success:
Good planning and organizational skills; strong oral and written communications skills; strong interpersonal skills; good problem-solving skills.
Students will be better prepared to effectively assist in the management of a non-profit organization. A wide variety of career opportunities are available in the many areas of a non-profit organization.
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