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Nonprofit Leadership Certification

Non Profit Leadership Certification

Program in development - look for it in 2014!

With the demand for a new generation of leaders to step forward in the nonprofit sector, and the ongoing need for low-cost training for current and future workers, HandsOn Central Ohio and Otterbein University announce a new partnership, beginning in 2014, to provide a Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership. Classes will be held at Otterbein's campus in Westerville, Ohio. 

Participants can earn this non-credit certificate by taking courses one weekend a month for nine months, and completing a 65 hour internship.

Courses will be offered the second weekend of each month: Friday 6:30 to 9 p.m.; Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost is $525.00 per three-month module; or $1675.00 for the entire program, including assistance and oversight with the internship.

Courses will be taught by HandsOn Central Ohio staff, Otterbein University faculty and administrators, and other local professionals.

For more information and to register, please visit the HandsOn Central Ohio site.

Module 1

Module 1 will provide a background and an overview of the skills necessary for running a successful nonprofit organization, as well as a personal leadership skills assessment. Learn more.

Module 2

Module 2 covers best practices in human resources and financial management as well as fully utilizing the variety of partnerships in the community. Learn more.

Module 3

Module 3 provides training in crucial communication skills and concludes with a discussion of ethical practice in the nonprofit world. Learn more.

Questions?
Lisa Lee
llee@otterbein.edu
614.823.1420

"The demand for experienced, strong nonprofit leadership has never been greater, nor have the challenges non-profits face been more complex. Otterbein's Non-Profit Leadership Certificate responds to that need and gives leaders the knowledge and resources they need to be successful at a time when communities are counting most upon the services and support their non-profits provide."

President Kathy Krendl
Otterbein University