Learning Programs

The Center for Nonprofit Management offers learning programs, workshops, conferences and trainings for nonprofit leaders on topics such as governance, budgeting, strategic planning, development, marketing, evaluation and information management.

Surveys and Research

The Center for Nonprofit Management utilizes data collection and research as a critical component of local capacity building. We gather local opinions about the most pressing issues facing the sector through the distribution of our Needs Assessment Survey. The responses from this assessment help us to better understand regional issues and implement effective learning programs for the nonprofit community.

Engaging with the Stonehill Community

The Center for Nonprofit Management promotes the involvement and assistance of students, faculty, staff and alumni to benefit organizations with a variety of technical assistance, research and volunteer needs. We have student interns available to work with community-based agencies on short-term projects. CNM also taps into the expertise of the College through the instruction of faculty and staff members as facilitators for trainings.


The Center for Nonprofit Management (CNM) at Stonehill College seeks to build the management and leadership capacity of community-based nonprofit organizations throughout southeastern Massachusetts and northern Rhode Island. The CNM 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 CNM works closely with local organizations to identify and address a range of management and governance needs.

Contact Information

Carolyn McGuinness

Administrative Assistant II
Center for Nonprofit Management, 320 Washington Street, North Easton, MA 02357