The Center for Nonprofit Management

The Center for Nonprofit Management at Stonehill College seeks to build the management and leadership capacity of community-based nonprofit organizations throughout southeastern Massachusetts and northern Rhode Island.

The Center is focused on enhancing critical management skills, while also fostering relationships with and among the region’s diverse community-based organizations so that they may better achieve their missions.

Drawing on the expertise within the community and the College, the Center works closely with local organizations to identify and address a range of management and governance needs.

 

The Center for Nonprofit Management is excited to share with you several announcements! Please see the attached letter from Fr. Jim Lies, C.S.C., Vice President for Mission at Stonehill College:

Letter to Friends of CNM


CNM News:

The Developing Fundraising Leaders Institute (DFLI)

We are excited to welcome the DFLI Class of Fall 2014! To learn more about DFLI, please visit our DFLI page and download our flyer. If you have any questions, please contact us at 508-565-1856 or infononprofit@stonehill.edu

 

2013 Needs Assessment Survey

The Center for Nonprofit Management at Stonehill College conducted a 2013 Needs Assessment survey of Executive Directors in southeastern Massachusetts and northern Rhode Island. Through this survey, we are hoping to learn more about the organizations in our service region and their greatest obstacles and needs. The results will be used to better address those challenges and further improve our programs and services so that we can continue to provide support to organizations like yours.

A summary of the results will be available to those who participated in the survey. If you did not have a chance to participate, but would like to obtain a copy of the summary, please contact us at infononprofit@stonehill.edu or call 508-565-1856.

Center for Nonprofit Management Blog

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