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Training Resources for Nonprofits
Association of Fundraising Professionals Oregon & SW Washington Chapter fosters the development and growth of fundraising professionals and promotes high ethical standards in the fundraising profession.
Central Oregon Community College (COCC) offers a variety of online professional development and business classes, including nonprofit development and communications.
Community Nonprofit Resource Group (CNRG) connects people to and within the nonprofit community. With more than 10,000 subscribers to the online community, CNRG has become the place to exchange ideas, learn about opportunities, and plug into the nonprofit community.
Emerald Valley Development Professionals (EVDP) is a professional association formed to advance the public interest and knowledge of fund development, and to encourage professional growth of members through the exchange of information, ideas, and promotion of educational programs statewide.
Financial Stewardship Resources educates nonprofit board members in sound financial, administrative, and organizational stewardship.
Institute for Nonprofit Management at Portland State University offers nonprofit related courses and a Nonprofit Leaders Bootcamp.
Lane Small Business Development Center – Nonprofit Management Institute is offering, newly revised, programs for new or early-staged nonprofits and advanced organizations. The Non-Profit Business Management and the Advanced Non-Profit Business Management programs are nine-month, professional development programs running fall, winter, and spring terms.
Mid-Valley Development Professionals (MVDP) serves professionals in Oregon’s Mid-Willamette Valley who raise funds for nonprofit organizations.
MSW Online Programs offers answers to frequently asked questions about pursuing a degree and working in the field of social work.
Nonprofit Network of Southwest Washington provides workshops and other professional development opportunities for nonprofit staff and volunteers.
Northwest Oregon Volunteer Administrators Association (NOVAA) seeks to empower volunteer management professionals to excellence by encouraging professional growth through education, shared resources, recognition, and peer support.
NTEN Nonprofit Technology Network hosts the annual Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) and offers webinars on a variety of technology and communications topics.
Oregon Nonprofit Leaders Conference offers an annual two-day conference nonprofit staff and volunteers in southern Oregon.
Rogue Community College Small Business Center offers a variety of business classes, including nonprofit management.
Rogue Valley Nonprofit Network (RVNN) is a professional network providing training and networking opportunities for Development Professionals in the Rogue Valley.
Rural Development Initiatives (RDI) provides training and technical assistance to rural nonprofits and community organizations with assessment, planning, board development, fundraising, and volunteer development.
Oregon Volunteers offers volunteer management training throughout Oregon. There are twelve topics to choose from and opportunities to participate in the Volunteer Management Trainer Certification Program.
Volunteer Connect has four main areas of focus: to connect volunteers with ongoing volunteer opportunities to serve community needs, to provide a calendar of one-time opportunities for volunteers with little time, to match corporate employees with service projects, and to help educate service-learning students for lifelong community engagement and leadership.
Washington County Nonprofit Network helps build the capacity of Washington County nonprofits in the area of fund development.
Willamette Valley Development Officers (WVDO) offers professional development and networking opportunities for staff and volunteers engaged in fundraising activities.
YWCA of Greater Portland’s Social Change Program works as a catalyst for social change by providing a theoretical and practical understanding of racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression. Advocacy Training offers 1 to 2 classes per week throughout the year and meets Oregon state requirements for working directly with survivors of abuse. Community Training provides customized workshops and technical assistance to groups. Topics covered are racism, oppression, and bias; how to foster diversity, equity, and inclusion; domestic/sexual violence and effects on youth, families, and workplaces; and cultural competency and how to increase skills to navigate differences.
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