Vail Centre to hold info session Nov. 15
November 5, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Duke University's Nonprofit Management Intensive Track Program is returning to Vail from June 25-30. The Vail Centre is offering an information session and lunch on Nov. 15 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Vail Centre's BaseCamp in Avon. Attendees will learn about the certificate course, available scholarships and tuition credits.
This certificate course will explore eight key areas of nonprofit management including fundraising, board governance, planning and evaluation, grant writing, leadership, sustainability, strategy and financial management. The course takes place throughout five days and includes 10 different courses. Duke's fundamental organization and management principles have helped thousands of nonprofit directors, board members, staff, philanthropists and volunteers strengthen their organizational structure and expand their reach for long-term, sustained success.
"It was a great investment. The quality of the instructors was top notch," said Melisa Rewold-Thuon, of the Vail Valley Foundation, who participated in a past course.
This immersion program is geared toward nonprofit leaders with two or more years of management experience and will be conducted over six days and includes 10 courses. Participants in the course will learn about new trends in philanthropic fundraising, effective strategies for compliance and addressing emerging legal issues as well as how to properly evaluate nonprofit programming and measure performance. Limited to 20 participants, early enrollment is recommended. To learn more, attend the information session on Nov. 15.
“It was a great investment. The quality of the instructors was top notch.”Melisa Rewold-ThuonVail Valley Foundation
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For more information, go to http://www.vail centre.org.
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