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Thank you to Microsoft Philanthropies for supporting scholarships.

Thanks to generous support from Microsoft Philanthropies, we’re excited to offer scholarships to our Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate, an in-depth educational program that recognizes the skills of nonprofit professionals who use technology in their work.

These scholarships are part of NTEN’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and are intended for communities for whom access to this program may be difficult due to budget constraints. Please note that at this time, scholarships are only available for people who are currently employed by a nonprofit organization.

Scholarship recipients can begin registering for elective courses immediately with the 10-Week Core running from September 24 to December 10.

Read full details about the Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate.

If you have questions, please email training@nten.org.

Deadline

Apply by June 21 to be considered for a Fall 2019 cohort scholarship. You’ll be notified of the status of your application by email by June 28.

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  • We place a strong emphasis on diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of our programs. We're actively seeking people of color, gender nonconforming, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+, as well as other under-represented community members to join this program. Please use this space to self-identify if you feel comfortable doing so. This is not required.

  • Please share any additional information you feel will be useful in our application review process. Examples may include a demonstration of completing previous online courses, other professional development efforts you're engaging in, etc.
  • Terms

    At this time, only applicants who are formally employed by nonprofit organizations are eligible.

    Scholarship recipients are required to participate in the Fall 2019 Core cohort. Orientation will be on September 24 with the first week of the 10-week Core starting the first week of October.

    Scholarship recipients are expected to complete all requirements to earn their professional certificate within a 12-month period.