What do you look for when looking for opportunities to build your skill set? Do you want training with immediate application? Do you want to interact with colleagues who do what you do every day? All classes offer the opportunity to meet and interact with your peers. Most NRN training includes in-class time for you to apply concepts and skills. We seek to ensure that all classes meet the NRN's Standards of Excellence for Training. Courses are written for professional staff working in not-for-profit organizations. However, we always welcome volunteer participation.
Some of our fees are based on agency budget and class length; some fees mirror the fees of organizations with whom we partner. We often offer discounts to individuals who register for an entire set of classes. Registration forms for series delineate the cost of each module and the entire course.
Over the last five years, the NRN has provided excellent open-enrollment workshop training for nonprofit organizations and employees. Today, we offer these resources in the format best meets the specific needs of your nonprofit organization. Read more...
Millersville University offers Continuing Education (CE) credits for all the workshops that we offer. For example, licensed social workers may attend these classes to obtain CE credit. Please call Anne at 717.871.2178 to receive more information.
In addition, the NRN is an approved continuing education provider for CFRE International. What this means is that participants in any workshop may count their time as points toward becoming a Certified Fund Raising Executive.» View Upcoming NRN Courses
Designed for: Nonprofit fundraisers interested in their community's future
This two-part-session, facilitated by internationally recognized speaker, Robbe Healey, MBA, NHA, ACFRE, will give participants a taste and then a sample of what a planned giving program could look like in their office and will provide some tools needed to set it up. LEAVE A LEGACY York County provides an already established network already set up.
Non-partners are welcome to attend both sessions for $100/person.
If you join Leave a Legacy York by May 31, the program is FREE. Email LALYork@yahoo.com for more information.
REGISTER FOR THE PLANNED GIVING PRIMER:
Why show your commitment to ethics and accountability? All nonprofits depend upon the public and the public trust for support.
How can the Standards for Excellence help? With the Standards for Excellence program, your organization can improve accountability, efficiency and transparency to demonstrate your organization’s commitment to the highest ethical standards.
What resources does the Standards for Excellence Program provide? The Standards provide education, technical support and blueprints to put sustainable best practices in place in your organization.
By Credit Card: Pay online with either Visa or Mastercard
Presented by the Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO), in partnership with the Lancaster County Community Foundation, the United Way of Lancaster County and the Nonprofit Resource Network .