Nonprofit Leadership Alliance. ARNOVA Panel Curriculum Collaborations and Resources November 16, 2011 Toronto, Canada Marcia Jones Cross, Presenter. www.nonprofitleadershipalliance.org. © 2010 American Humanics, Inc. ®. So What is the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance?.
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Curriculum Collaborations and Resources
November 16, 2011
Marcia Jones Cross, Presenter
© 2010 American Humanics, Inc.®
The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, founded in 1948 as American Humanics, is a national alliance of colleges, universities and nonprofit organizations. We are the only national organization certifying future and current nonprofit managers and leaders according to nationally-validated nonprofit sector workforce preparation standards. Currently, there are more than 50 academic partners who are part of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.
Our students complete rigorous, comprehensive, academic and experiential requirements, meeting industry standards, preparing them for the nonprofit sector.
Nonprofit Leadership Alliance National Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership
The 17 Nonprofit Leadership Alliance competencies outline the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to lead and manage a nonprofit organization.
Professional Development Competencies
Community Outreach/Marketing & Public Relations
Ethics & Values
Fundraising Principles & Practices
Historical & Philosophical Foundations
Information Management & Technology
Nonprofit Accounting & Financial Management
Program Planning, Implementation, & Evaluation
Risk Management & Legal Issues
Youth & Adult Development
Career Development & Exploration
Most students meet these competencies through Nonprofit Leadership Alliance-approved coursework at their college or university. Competencies may also be met through workshops at AMI (Alliance Management Leadership Institute), online courses, internships, and student association activities.
Analysis of the survey data revealed four key findings:
The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Certification in Nonprofit Management and Leadership
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