The Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship is partnering with the Center for New Leadership at Marlboro College to offer the College’s Nonprofit Management (NPM) Certificate in Keene for the Fall of 2016. This highly regarded program takes place at the Hannah Grimes Center as well as in Waterbury, VT. The 80-hour series helps nonprofit leaders develop the essential skills needed to strengthen their organizations and achieve their missions.
“We are thrilled to partner with Marlboro College to offer such an educational and needed program to the Monadnock Region,” said Jake Nonweiler, Program Director at the Hannah Grimes Center. “There’s a strong nonprofit community in the area and we work hard to help them reach their highest potential.”
“The NPM Certificate Program is a great fast track option for busy working nonprofit leaders. The information is practical, the connections helpful and the faculty very experienced. I have a much more complete skill set to bring back to my work place along with a renewed confidence for tackling tough issues in the nonprofit world. I would highly recommend this program to all who want a fast education in leadership, management and planning for nonprofits,” said Julia van Ranson, a 2011 Certificate graduate from Brattleboro.
Classes meet for ten consecutive Fridays, 8:30am to 4:30pm, at the Hannah Grimes Center beginning September 16th. Various sources of financial aid are available to support nonprofit participation in this program.
To find out more about the Certificate in Nonprofit Management, please email Program Coordinator Kim Lier at email@example.com, or reach her at (802) 251-7690.
About the Center for New Leadership at Marlboro College
The Center for New Leadership at Marlboro College is a community focused on exploring and applying new approaches to leadership. Working with mission-driven individuals, organizations and coalitions, we build leadership capacity through teaching, coaching and consulting.