October 7, 2009

Nonprofit training classes on the Outer Banks

Registration is now open for fall classes in the Duke Nonprofit Management Program. To register go to the Duke program site. For more information call Bob Muller @ 252-207-5287 or visit obxlearn.org Classes on the Outer Banks Include:
Event Management Alice Lutz Class ID# 12528
Learn the essentials of event management whether you are: "fund raising," "friend raising," or "fun raising." This class will outline a basic approach to event management including: committee and volunteer development, planning and implementation, securing appropriate resources, underwriting and in-kind donations, methods for evaluation, and follow-up strategies. Through examples of events (both small and large), participants will see how critical event planning is to setting the stage for success and contingencies for failure. Alice Lutz, CFRE is a seasoned nonprofit manager with 20 years experience and operates her own nonprofit management firm, Oxygen.
1 hour networking lunch
Thursday October 22, 2009 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Nature Conservancy Office at Nags Head Woods Education Pavilion, Kill Devil Hills
Enrollment Fee: $ 98 6 hours Materials Fee: $7

Grassroots Fundraising Ruth Peebles Class ID# 12530
Perfect for the newcomer to fundraising, this course will take you through the most effective and successful methods of raising money. You will discover the nuts and bolts ideas and activities to help you fundraise. Learn about current trends in giving, annual giving programs, direct mail, prospecting new donors, and managing your donor base. You will be guided from "the ask" to the acknowledgment and will find that fundraising is a simple process anyone can learn. Ruth Peebles, MPA has more than 18 years of hands-on-experience in nonprofit management, fundraising and development. She is the Founder and President of The INS Group (Innovative Nonprofit Solutions) providing consulting services for nonprofits, educational institutions, and faith-based institutions nationally.
1 hour networking lunch
Thursday November 10, 2009 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Nature Conservancy Office at Nags Head Woods Education Pavilion, Kill Devil Hills
Enrollment Fee: $ 98 6 hours Materials Fee: $7

Grant Proposals: Planning for Positive Results Amy Montgomery Class ID# 12529
Does "grant writing" sound like a daunting task? Are you or could you be a grant writer? A grant writer is a passionate person on a mission to solve a problem or an unmet need. Successful grant writers know that writing is the easy part, especially if you have someone who will edit your work. Passion for your work is your number one tool to get funded. You know your target audience, what they need and how to help. With some solid research, careful and realistic planning, strong and strategic relationships, and a good editor, you can be a successful grant writer. Participants will finish this personalized course with a checklist and road map, definite Do’s and Don’ts, and completely convinced that they have what it takes to be a successful grant writer. Amy Montgomery earned her Master’s in Health Education from East Carolina University. Beginning her career in public health, Montgomery had to learn the ins and outs of getting grants to be able to fund important community health programs. With over 10 years of grant writing experience in the areas of public health, education, and human services, Montgomery has earned millions of dollars in grant funds for projects such as mobile dental services for children and affordable housing for teachers. Montgomery is currently the Executive Director of the Dare Education Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit.
1 hour networking lunch Amy Montgomery
Thursday, November 19, 2009 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
The Nature Conservancy Office at Nags Head Woods Education Pavilion, Kill Devil Hills
Enrollment Fee: $ 98 6 hours Materials Fee: $5

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