Appalachia Nonprofit Resource Center Technical Assistance Program
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The Appalachian Regional Commission's (ARC) Nonprofit Resource Center provides technical assistance designed to foster long-term growth and sustainability for nonprofit organizations in the Appalachian region seeking to navigate beyond the COVID-19 crisis.
The Fall 2021 course is a 10-week virtual training program beginning September 13, 2021 and includes instruction via cohorts of 3-4 organizations, as well as 5 individual consultation sessions. The program requires approximately 4-6 hours per week for instruction, discussions, assignments, and consultation work.
Topic areas include:
- Financial management
- Programs and operations
- Board development
The program is open to all nonprofit organizations located in the Appalachian Regional Commission service area, with a minimum annual operating budget of $100,000 and at least 2 full-time employees. One of the potential two participants for the instruction program must be the organization's CEO/executive director.
This is a technical assistance opportunity provided at no cost to participants.
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