NON-PROFIT CONSULTANT CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

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When:
9am CDT Friday, May 15 2009 to
5pm CDT Saturday, May 16 2009
Where:
TBA
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Kieya on Jan 07, 2009
Description:

Course Title: Non-Profit Consultant Certification

Course Code: CD051909

Step into a season of your life where you will not only prosper, but make a difference in the lives of "thousands." 

Have you always wanted to help others? Do you desire a career change?

Non-Profit Consultanting is a growing career field in which individuals assist others achieve their philanthropic, social, and spiritual goals.  Learn to develop and manage non-profit corporations.  Build relationships with granting organizations and foundations.  Empower those in need to be served through nonprofit organization.

This is a two-day course sponsored by the Power Center Community Development Corporation, helping you reach new career heights. 

If you write grants, work with non-profit/faith-based organization, schools or philanthropic foundations, this course is for you.  Individuals and organizations that will seek your services range from schools, churches, outreach and missionary organizations, medical and research professionals, business owners, librabries, artist, entertainers, atheletes giving back, just to name a few. The average consulting fees earned for the services of a Non-Profit Consultant start at $350 to $2500 depending on the services needed. In addition, individuals who provide grant writing services usually have a service fee of 3 to 5 percent of the amount being requested in the grant.

The Facilitator

The course is being facilitated by Aretha Olivarez, President of Multiplying Talents, (Orlando, Florida www.multiplyingtalents.com). Aretha has over ten years of experience teaching and instructing others on how to start and manage non-profit organizations.

 

The Investment

This course has an investment fee of $500/per person and $50/registration fee that's required. This includes your course materials, certification and the cost of lunch for two days.

Due to these current economic times payment plans are being offered. (See Below for Payment Plan Options.)

Spaces are limited.

To register visit the "File Cabinet" section of this site and download the form.  For more information contact Kieya Taylor, Program Development Coordinator (Certified Non-Profit Consultant) via email taylor.kieya@ndccpowercenter.org

 

 

Payment Options Available

Plan A - Deposit of $50, and weekly installments of $35.72 until balance is paid.

Plan B - Deposit of $50, and 4 monthly installments of $125 until balance is paid.

Plan C - This plan will apply to individuals who are having the business/company pay a portion of the expense for the course.  There is still a $50 deposit, however, please call the Power Center Community Development Corporation (901-433-3871) to discuss the details of your arrangement that are needed.