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  • The Nonprofit Leadership Certificate program provided me with an arsenal of tools to help navigate my way as a new Executive Director. The program offered innovative ideas and integrated long standing principles with the most current practices.Jason Meekma, Focus on Community
  • Through application of the skills learned by participation in the (Fund Development) program, our organization was awarded a continuation grant from a private donor in the amount of $315,000. Angel Jackson, Zion Elementary District #6
  • I have improved in overall grant writing and donor stewardship. These classes really helped me understand fundraising from start to finish.Lindsay Just, Addiction Resource Council, Inc
  • I can now see different parts of the organization and how they all together to make the organization work better together. After each class I could see more and more of the pieces and how they fit in the puzzle.Lynette Hegeman, Women’s Resource Center of Racine
  • What I have learned from the (Nonprofit Professional Certificate) series is a comprehensive set of skills necessary to efficiently run, manage and sustain any nonprofit organization.Ana Melo, John XXIII Educational Center

Professional Development

Let UW-Parkside be your source for professional and skill development to help you build YOUR own customized career path. We offer programs for a variety of professionals from all levels in their careers.
New! Inclusive Leadership Series - Click the Leadership Development tab below for more information.

Employers are looking for individuals who can lead a team, think critically, communicate effectively, build healthy partnerships, and work with a diverse group of individuals in the growing global workplace. 

 

Professional Development in Behavioral Health and Human Services
Leadership Development
Nonprofit Professional development

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