Enrollment Open for Nonprofit Training
The Moore County Chamber of Commerce is in the process of accepting applications for the 2012 Not-for-Profit Management Training Program.
The mission of this program, currently in its fourth year, is to provide leadership development, resources, training, and best practices about peak-performing boards.
Chamber member business and community leaders interested in participating in program should visit www.moorecountychamber.com or contact the Chamber to obtain an application. Applications will be accepted through July 31.
New, veteran and prospective board members, as well as executive directors and staff, can all benefit from participating in the MCLI Not-for-Profit Management Training Program by learning and acting upon the principles of dynamic board leadership.
The Moore County Chamber of Commerce designed this program as six half-day sessions over a five-month period. The program is open to anyone seeking additional training and is limited to 25 participants in the class. Sessions will be taught by instructors from the North Carolina State University's Institute for Nonprofits and local leaders involved in nonprofits.
"This program is specifically created to make a direct impact here in our community," said Patrick Coughlin, president and CEO of the Chamber. "Individuals participate because they want to help an organization fulfill its mission, enhance career development opportunities, work for a cause they believe in, and develop a strong sense of personal responsibility for the area's future."
To be considered as a candidate for MCLI, all interested parties must complete an application by July 31, at 5 p.m.
The fee to participate is $295. To obtain an application or for further information regarding the MCLI program, visit www.moorecountychamber.com, or call the Chamber at (910) 692-3926.
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