|Date||June 25-30, 2017|
|Partial Scholarships Available||Contact Todd Wallis|
|Participants||Nonprofit leaders with 2+ years of management experience|
|Meals||Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, Opening and Closing Receptions are included|
|Special Activities||An Evening at Bravo! Vail Music Festival - June 28th|
|Lodging||Special rates at these Accommodations.|
Nonprofit professionals face a distinctive set of opportunities and challenges. Moreover, the nonprofit sector has experienced important changing economic, social and political trends over the last decade.
The Duke University Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program explores 8 key areas of nonprofit management, led by established practitioners and scholars within the nonprofit arena. Together, they address what it takes to rise above today’s challenges and become a successful nonprofit leader. The Vail Centre is proud to once again bring Duke University’s recognized Nonprofit Management Certificate Program to the Vail Valley.
- Nonprofit Leadership
- Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship
- Strategy for Nonprofit Organizations
- Grant Writing & Compliance
- Performance Measurement of Nonprofit Organizations
- Fundraising Strategy
- Emerging Issues in Nonprofit Legal Landscape
- Social Innovation
- Gain knowledge on the significance of performance measurement for program evaluation.
- Integrate new trends in giving/philanthropy in fundraising efforts.
- Define effective writing style and strategy for grant applications.
Learning with other nonprofits provided a rich experience...The targeted action plan provided a way to grow my nonprofit and do it in a sustainable manor. Bobby L’Heureux, Big Hearts, Big Hands, Minturn, CO
"The effectiveness of the class is immediate and actionable. The course exceeded all of my expectations and it was an outstanding high-level experience." Claudine Locascio, Japan America Society, Denver, CO
I found that the program was wonderful and elevated my thought process...and I have so much to take back to my organization. Elyse Howard, Habitat for Humanity, Vail, CO
Everyone wants you to succeed here, the Vail Centre, the professors and your peers and that was very powerful in and of itself. Jenah Cason, Federation of Families of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
Having brought this rich resource to the Valley.......the greatest gift is [that] we are being given the tools to go as far as we can. Kim Blackford, Schools for the Children of the World, Avon, CO
"It was a great investment, the quality of the instructors was top notch." Melisa Rewold-Thuon, Vail Valley Foundation YouthPower 365, Avon, CO