NTEN courses run for one week and are offered twice a year.
Determine if your organization is ready to become a data-driven organization
Identify the process to take your organization through all the steps towards successful data-driven fundraising
Learn to use various technology tools to gain important insights into the status and the progress of fundraising
You know you could be doing more with your fundraising efforts, but where do you begin? The answer lies in your data—you’re already collecting valuable information about your donors and their behavior, so it’s time to start putting it to good use.
Get the skills to analyze your development and fundraising processes and activities to identify useful data, which you can use to engage donors and increase income. You’ll learn to define metrics to track your development efforts and fundraising. We’ll also explore how organizational culture, processes, and policies help or hurt your journey towards becoming a data-driven organization.
You will also learn to evaluate your organization’s readiness for this journey of becoming a data-driven organization. And you’ll have the opportunity to reflect on how you can spearhead a data-driven mindset within your organization.
Top Cloud Consulting
Medha Nanal works with nonprofits to help them assess their technology needs and develop solutions for development, fundraising, operations, and programs, thereby helping them achieve a greater impact with technology. Medha initially worked in Silicon Valley's high technology companies, developed products and worked with clients to help them succeed with their technology. Since 2011, she is working as a technology consultant to nonprofit organizations and startup companies. She is passionate about social justice, environment and wishes to help create a better society and cleaner earth for our children.
Earn While You Learn - Professional Credits
In addition to our own Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate, NTEN is an approved provider for a number of other professional credentials programs. This course qualifies for the following credits: