214-826-3470 or 817-334-0228 expert@cnmconnect.org

CNM Dallas

2902 Floyd St.
Dallas, TX 75204
Thursdays
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Early Bird Member Rate Ends January 19, 2018: $700
Regular Member Rate: $900
Non-member rate $1,200

Session 1: February 8, 2018
Session 2: February 15, 2018
Session 3: March 1, 2018
Session 4: March 8, 2018
Session 5: March 22, 2018
Session 6: April 5, 2018
Session 7: April 12, 2018

Uncertain About Which Certificate Program You Should Take?

We know it’s sometimes hard to choose which Certificate program you should take. If you want to understand the ins and outs of operating a nonprofit, you’re on the right page.

If you’re looking to develop your skills as a leader, then you should visit our Nonprofit Leadership Certificate page.

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“The Nonprofit Management Certificate Program is a gem, and an opportunity for growth you won’t find anywhere else. I attended the sessions with a modest goal of learning a bit more about nonprofit management and our local nonprofit community. We have now implemented new internal controls in financial management, surveyed the board to identify skill gaps and are development a marketing plan to improve our communication strategy. I enjoyed the networking opportunities and now have connections with many other local nonprofits. This program exceeded my expectations and has proven to be a valuable resource to our organization.”

Cindy Price

Program Manager, Wichita Adult Literacy Council, Inc.

The Nonprofit Management Certificate Provides a Solid Foundation in Nonprofit Operations

The Nonprofit Management Certificate Program is a cohort of seven full-day sessions that provide in-depth instruction on the key components of the operations of a nonprofit.

As a cohort, students learn together what it takes to operate a nonprofit organization in a rapidly changing environment.  A mix of theory and practice, the certificate program covers governing, leading and managing, resource acquisition, outcomes evaluation, risk management and legal, and marketing.

Our instructors come from varied business and educational background with track records of success in their respective fields and areas of expertise.

Session Overview: (Please note, session order may change. Please contact CNM to confirm.) 
Session 1: Understanding the Nonprofit Sector, Organization and Strategic Planning
Session 2: Program Planning and Evaluation
Session 3: Human Resources and Volunteer Management
Session 4: Financial Management
Session 5: Fund Development
Session 6: Risk Management and Nonprofit Legal
Session 7: Branding, Marketing and PR

Participants will be able to:
1. Identify major theories of management and explain the relevance of these principles to nonprofit management
2. Demonstrate knowledge of the organizational factors that indicate excellence in a nonprofit organization, including incorporation of ethics and values into the management of the organization
3. Demonstrate the components of a nonprofit organization and the ways in which they should be managed in order to achieve internal consistency and integrity
4. Demonstrate specific knowledge and points of view needed by nonprofit professionals

CNM Fort Worth

2701 W. Berry Street, Ste. 127
Fort Worth, TX 76109
Thursdays
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Early Bird Member Rate Ends March 23, 2018: $700
Regular Member Rate: $900
Non-member rate $1,200

Session 1: April 12, 2018
Session 2: April 19, 2018
Session 3: April 26, 2018
Session 4: May 10, 2018
Session 5: May 17, 2018
Session 6: May 31, 2018
Session 7: June 7, 2018

“When I started the Nonprofit Management Certificate program seven months ago, I thought it would take a very long time to transition out of corporate America into the nonprofit sector. I’m happy to say I was just offered (and accepted) a position with a local nonprofit organization. I credit each of my CNM Connect instructors with exposing me to the many and varied challenges that this sector faces so that I could confidently discuss them during the interview process. I feel like I have a jump start on becoming a real contributor for my new organization. Thank you for helping me launch a new phase of my life.”

Gina Gentile