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Thanks to the generosity of Microsoft Philanthropies, NTEN is offering scholarships for the Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate.
Have you been thinking about developing your professional skills specifically related to nonprofit technology? Are you looking for an online opportunity that has the flexibility you need to grow your skills while staying on top of your responsibilities at work? Do you want to do all this while connecting with other nonprofit professionals and expert faculty in a cohort type experience?
This unique opportunity may be just what you are looking for. Don’t delay. The application deadline is June 21, 2019.
- You’re interested in earning your Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate
- You’re formally employed by a nonprofit (part-time or full-time)
- You can commit to participating in the Fall 2019 10-Week Core
What Past Scholarship Recipients Are Saying
“With the certificate scholarship, you have created a future leader. A leader whose intersecting identities include that of an immigrant, a woman of color, a woman of Asian descent, a woman of African American descent. This experience has implanted in me questions that will lead me to be a better strategic thinker.”
“This course has been so wonderful. I have been telling all my colleagues in Special Olympics about this and encouraging them to get this certificate as well. It really helped me during year-end giving. We met our goals, even with a major upheaval in year-end giving landscape and I attribute it to what I learned in NTEN.”
Making It Possible
The scholarship opportunity has been made possible due to the continuing generosity of Microsoft Philanthropies. We thank them for their second year of encouraging nonprofit professionals to develop the skills, knowledge, and opportunity to achieve more in their fields.
Have additional questions about this opportunity? Reach out to Ash Shepherd, NTEN’s Chief Program Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org