Let's hear what Amy Sample Ward, CEO of NTEN has to tell us:
NTEN strongly feels that nonprofits must invest in professional development for all their employees. Too often, we hear that staff haven't received the training they need to successfully use the technology they have. Unfortunately, many nonprofits don't budget for this, and the ones that do are cutting back.
So what's the good news? First, we have dozens of scholarships available that you can use for either a specific course (normally priced at $250) or our certificate programs (normally priced at $2,000). There's something for everyone regardless of your job title or department.
Second, we have two brand new cohorts starting in late September. In both of them, you'll implement a technology project to learn the core skills of planning, budgeting, and decision making.
One cohort focuses on how to use data effectively across your organization, and the other focuses on transforming your programs for digital success.
We at NTEN are excited that we have these opportunities to share and know that everyone could benefit. I hope you'll apply today.
Fill out a scholarship application today!
Future Excellence: NTEN Has Special Training Scholarship Offers for Nonprofits
These are difficult times for nonprofits. Many thanks to NTEN for stepping up to offer training scholarship assistance.
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