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Jun 20, 2022
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We have extended the application period for the 2022 Certificate in Nonprofit Management cohort. Applications are now due on Wednesday, July 6, by 5:00 pm. Are you an Alaska nonprofit or tribal leader? Do you want to enhance your management skills and explore new techniques to effectively lead your organization? The Foraker Certificate in Nonprofit Management features courses developed to apply classroom teachings to your workplace, case studies directly related to issues facing Alaska nonprofits, and a network of fellow professionals to last a lifetime.  Learn more here…. Read more »

May 2, 2022
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Are you an Alaska nonprofit or tribal leader? Do you want to enhance your management skills and explore new techniques to effectively lead your organization? The Foraker Certificate in Nonprofit Management features courses developed to apply classroom teachings to your workplace, case studies directly related to issues facing Alaska nonprofits, and a network of fellow professionals to last a lifetime. Applications for the 2022 cohort are now open. Learn more here…. Read more »

Jun 3, 2021
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Join us for our Catalyst Summer Series to lay the foundation for more effective leadership. This is an opportunity to reflect on your leadership goals by leaving comfort behind, shifting your context, and leaning in to coaching. Each course is $30 to attend. Catalyst Alumni – we invite you to attend to refresh your knowledge and continue your growth! If you are interested in growing your leadership skills, consider applying for the full Catalyst for Nonprofit Excellence program that will kick off on September 13. It is not required to apply for the program in order to attend the summer series – everyone is welcome to attend. June 16: Leaving Comfort Behind Do you have a big goal, dream, or result you want to create? Achieving it will likely require… Read more »

Jun 2, 2021
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Do you want to leverage your unique strengths as a leader and learn how to apply them more fully for better results? Are you looking for more work-life balance? We invite you to apply to the Catalyst for Nonprofit Excellence program. The program will start on September 13. Applications are due July 9…. Read more »

Nov 20, 2020
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Hey new Executive Directors – we have a program designed for YOU! In our Executive Leadership Intensive we’ll share tools and resources to help you take the next step in leading your organization and increasing your job performance. The deadline to apply is December 7. Learn more here…. Read more »

Nov 26, 2019
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ELI — Mentoring and community for executive directors in their first three years of leadership. We believe successful leaders are supported leaders. With the Executive Leadership Intensive, you’ll find safe space where you can access tools and resources to help you grow into your role as executive director. During this program, you will strengthen your board relationship, explore management and planning strategies with an experienced mentor, and learn from a network of peers. Applications are due December 6. The program starts January 22. Apply here. Why participate in the ELI? Community: You will meet fellow executive directors who are committed to creating a supportive environment as you all focus on organizational culture, your board relationship, and the day-to-day operations of running a successful nonprofit. Board Support: Your relationship with the board is critical to a… Read more »

May 16, 2019
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We are teaming up with the UAA Department of Economics and Rasmuson Foundation to bring philanthropy researchers to Alaska. Join us, in person, or online to hear the latest research and learn how you might apply it to your fundraising strategies. The last two lectures in the series are scheduled for the following dates: May 22: Does Fundraising Create New Giving? Join in person in Anchorage or online. June 28: Fundraising through online social networks: A field experiment on peer-to-peer solicitation. Join in person in Anchorage or online…. Read more »

Jun 2, 2015
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The Foraker Group offers two distinct educational programs for nonprofit professionals. Take the opportunity to enhance your leadership skills by applying for one of the programs today. The application deadline has been extended to June 29. One of Foraker’s signature educational programs is the Catalyst for Nonprofit Excellence. Catalyst is a unique, dynamic program where you experience your own personal renewal and can take advantage of a rare opportunity to focus on yourself while getting the support you need from a cohort of peers. Catalyst is open to nonprofit leaders in senior roles, funding officers, and board members with a deep commitment to the nonprofit sector. Limited tuition and travel scholarships are available to Foraker Partners.  Learn more about the program here. The Foraker Certificate in Nonprofit Management is held in partnership with… Read more »

Dec 12, 2014
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Members of the 2014 cohort have successfully completed 14 days of classes and received their certificates from Foraker and from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. It was our pleasure to have you in the program this year. Welcome to the growing network of other grads. We hope you will stay in touch with each other, and with us. Congratulations…. Read more »

Oct 30, 2014
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Hello, nonprofit narrative leaders! It was, once again, an absolute delight to work with you in Anchorage last week. I hope that since the workshop, you were able to recognize and share stories with a newfound enthusiasm (not to mention skills). Have you asked, “Tell me about a time-?” Please click here if you would like a one-page sheet reviewing How to Find, Develop, and Share Stories. And don’t forget your homework! You had two assignments: 1. Try to share the story you shared at the workshop, of a time that you saw the impact of your work, in 90 seconds, and then in 60 seconds. Strip it down to its bones. What is necessary? What can be left out? What do you learn by this exercise? 2. Share a… Read more »