Executive Preparation Institute-Senior Management Cohort
Build a better nonprofit by making yourself a more effective leader. The Executive Preparation Institute is a six-part course that focuses on leadership development. Designed for nonprofit professionals at the management and senior level, EPI welcomes individuals looking to enhance their leadership skills and take the next step into an executive role. Begins September 11, 2015.
Executive Preparation Institute-Cohort for Development Directors
In partnership with The Leadership Sanctuary, the Center presents a special program for Development Directors. Meeting once a month for ten months, this exclusive 12-person cohort will tackle topics specific to development directors. Begins October 27, 2015.
Executive Preparation Institute-Cohort for Executive Directors
The Center, in partnership with The Leadership Sanctuary, presents a special program for Executive Directors. Meeting once a month for ten months, this exclusive 12-person cohort allows nonprofit leaders to connect in an intimate setting. Begins November 5, 2015.
Legal Issues for Nonprofits
The D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center presents this eight-part webinar series that provides general legal information about operating a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation. Each session explains rules and best practices for maintaining your organization's tax-exempt status. This series is free and can be accessed anytime from your computer. New dates coming soon!
Understanding the Fundamentals of the Employment Relationship: A Four-Part Employment Law Course for Nonprofit Executives
The D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center is hosting a four-part course designed to give participants a comprehensive overview of the employment laws that impact nonprofits, including laws dealing with employment discrimination, minimum wage and overtime and family medical leave. The course will be taught by expert lawyers and accountants with experience dealing with nonprofit organizations.The course is designed for nonprofit executives with significant human resource responsibilities and other staff that seek to develop their capabilities. Begins October 21, 2015.