Registration is now open for the Fall 2012 session of Marlboro College’s highly-regarded professional development Certificate in Nonprofit Management. Learn best practices for core organizational competencies, including fundraising, financial management, conflict resolution and working with your board. Choose to take the series in Burlington or downtown White River Junction. The program meets for ten Fridays, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, beginning September 7.  Financial aid from Marlboro College is available to applicants with demonstrated need; we strive to make the program accessible to all applicants. To learn more, contact Kate Jellema, Program Director:  [email protected] or (802) 451-7510, or visit us on the web.
“The Marlboro program helped build a bridge between theories and practical application.” Watch the video.

– Rep. Mike Mrowicki, co-founder, Vermont Fatherhood Initiative


“One of the wonderful things that the Certificate program did for us was to connect us to very important role models. We got to make lasting connections with people who are movers and shakers in the nonprofit sector.” Watch the video.

– Sarah Mutrux, executive director, The Common Place


“This is an invaluable course for managers of nonprofits. It is a fantastic way to learn about industry standards through excellent instructors. I highly recommend it!”

– Stephen Warner, area director, Pathways