CVNL's Learning and Leadership Programs
CVNL is pleased to offer partial scholarships to Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and under-represented individuals who are nonprofit staff or volunteers serving in Marin, Napa, Sonoma, and Solano Counties.
These scholarships are made available by generous grants from the Peter A., and Vernice H. Gasser Foundation, the Community Foundation of Sonoma County, the Solano County Community Foundation, Marin Community Foundation, and U.S. Bank. For more information on scholarships, please contact us at email@example.com.
Excellence in Leadership (elp)
The Excellence in Leadership Program (ELP) is a focused, immersive program with over 30 hours of teaching and coaching from expert faculty and nonprofit professionals.
Mar. 5 – May 7
Management Essentials Series
This five-session learning series is designed to support any nonprofit professional who manages people. Ideal for newly promoted managers, experienced managers, and management teams.
May 9 – Jun. 6
Grant Writing Certificate
A four-session series to build capacity to build the grant proposal program within your nonprofit. The series conducted on Zoom consists of lectures, scenario-based learning, and group discussions that reinforce the material, involves peer review and includes writing exercises.
Feb. 28 – Mar. 20
Leading for equity and inclusion
Build capacity & skill for authentic inclusion within your nonprofit through personal leadership skills & style that make space for real belonging & inclusion while also developing a plan of action focused on your organization.
Mar. 21 – Apr. 18
Board Governance boot camp
Solid and smart boards are critical to the health of your nonprofit organization. This four-part series helps organizations diagnose their board needs and equip their board members with the training and resources to take their leadership to the next level.
May 1 – May 22
Nonprofit organizations need to design thoughtful programs that garner stakeholder support and achieve high impacts. From needs assessments and environmental scans to stakeholder engagement, you must thoroughly understand all the steps necessary to design, implement, and evaluate successful programs.
May 1 – 22
Peer learning network
As the nonprofit sector constantly evolves, so does the leadership savvy that organizations need from their staff. CVNL understands the importance of a consistent forum where nonprofit professionals can connect with each other to exchange best practices and resources.