Training Series

Nonprofit organizations and community groups need access to affordable, quality professional development with tailored course content, evaluation, and relevant resource materials for immediate application.  Community Resource Center can provide specific trainings to address capacity building needs for your community.

Courses vary in length from 90 minutes, 3 hours, 6 hours, or 3 full days. Current curriculum areas are: 

  • Civic & Community Engagement: Community Engagement and Inclusion, Advocacy for Nonprofits, Advocacy Tactics & Tools, Mission-Centered Advocacy, Root Cause Analysis.  
  • Fund Development: Donor Engagement & Solicitation, Major Gifts & Planned Giving, Getting Started with Social Enterprise, Impact Investing & Program Related Investments, Grant Seeking & Writing  
  • Management & Leadership: Inclusive Leadership (6 hours), Financial Leadership, Nonprofit Boards, HR for Small Organizations, Volunteer Engagement, Transforming Communication (DiSC®)  
  • Organizational Planning: New to Nonprofits, Organizational Assessment, Strengthening Nonprofits through Workplace Culture and Structure, Program Planning & Evaluation (6 hours), Strategic Planning  

The cost for courses begins at $2,500. 

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Organizational Assessment

Learn about our tailored approach to assessing your organization’s capacity-building needs.

Individual Coaching for Executive Directors

Along with customized trainings for your organization, CRC can arrange individual coaching for nonprofit Executive Directors.

Executive Director or Leadership Learning Cohort

Learn about our offerings to develop and facilitate a peer learning cohort, tailored for Executive Directors.

General Learning Cohort

CRC can facilitate group learning cohorts by organization, role, sector, location, and more! Read more about the learning cohort options available.

Regional Issue / Community Solutions Event

Learn about options for convening a group of regional or community stakeholders for discussion centered around targeted issues.