Certificate in Fundraising Management
Get an advantage for your fundraising!
|Fundraising Concepts & Practices||Sept. 26-27||Core|
|Grant Writing||Oct. 11-12||Elective|
|Planned Giving & Major Gifts||Oct. 24-25||Core|
|Public Relations & Marketing||Nov. 1-2||Elective|
|Direct Marketing & Donor Data Management||Nov. 8-9||Elective|
|Board Development & Strategic Planning||Dec. 4-5||Core|
|Fundraising Concepts & Practices||Jan. 21-22||Core|
|Capital Campaigns||Feb. 4-5||Core|
|Prospect Research & Donor Relationships||Feb. 21-22||Elective|
|Grant Writing||Mar. 4-5||Elective|
|Annual Giving||Apr. 9-10||Core|
|Public Relations & Marketing||Apr. 25-26||Elective|
The University of Nebraska Omaha’s (UNO) Certificate in Fundraising Management (CFM) can provide that advantage. This comprehensive, noncredit program provides essential training in vital areas of fundraising such as annual giving, planned giving, direct mail, grant writing, strategic planning, marketing and public relations.
The Certificate in Fundraising Management from UNO is a must for anyone pursuing a career in fundraising.
A Certificate in Fundraising Management can benefit:
- Fundraisers who want to grow in their careers.
- Nonprofit executives who wish to better understand the details of fundraising.
- Persons preparing for a new career in fundraising.
- Experienced professionals seeking new developments in the field.
- Those seeking Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) continuing education credit.
The Benefits of a Certificate in Fundraising Management at UNO
There are no prerequisites for these fundraising management courses. Students may enroll in any combination of courses and may choose to upgrade skills in specific areas without completing all of the certificate requirements.
UNO: A Convenient Metropolitan Campus
Each two-day class meets from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the University of Nebraska Omaha Dodge campus at 6001 Dodge Street. Free parking is available for all classes.
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