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This giveaway is sponsored by Redeemer University.

Get $250 off your first course when you enroll in the online Not-For-Profit Management certificate with Redeemer University! Fill out this form to get updates and to be eligible for this special offer via Challies.com

Do you work for a church, school, food bank, women’s shelter, mission, ministry or any other not-for-profit organization? Maybe you are in leadership or aspire to be and want to faithfully manage the resources entrusted to you so you can magnify and multiply your organization’s impact. If so, Redeemer University’s new Not-for-Profit Management Certificate is for you.

The certificate is designed for busy working professionals and aspiring managers who care deeply and work diligently to build God’s kingdom and want to develop stronger management skills based on sound business principles.

Courses are entirely online allowing you to complete weekly assignments from wherever you live and whenever it works for your schedule. Take four courses to earn a Certificate and two more courses for an Advanced Certificate. Topics include legal, governance, leadership, strategy, managing staff and volunteers, marketing, advocacy and lobbying, resourcing, fundraising, and more!

Courses begin three times each year (September, January, and May) with registration opening for the fall on June 10, 2024. Sign up to get updates and to be eligible for $250 off your first course when you enroll.


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