The Internet is a medium that nonprofit organizations are
beginning to use for a wide range of purposes.
But the quick growth of the Internet presents every
nonprofit organization with a strategic challenge. Where is the Internet going
next? How can nonprofit organizations choose the right mix of short and long
term Internet strategies and tactics?
Every nonprofit organization, that has started to use the
Internet, has learned that there are technical, creative and educational
challenges involved in taking advantage of Internet-related opportunities.
It is often difficult for a nonprofit organization to find
the skills sets they need to create a strategy for using the Internet that is
comprehensive, has realistic goals, timelines, deadlines, and takes into
account the organization's human resource, technical, and budgetary realities.
The ePhilanthropyFoundation, along with its
"eLearning" partner, nonprofitlearning.com, have created a learning
process that is methodical, coordinated, and shares the 'best practices' for
cultivating and stewarding relationships and soliciting donations, and helping
nonprofit organizations create and execute Internet-related development
projects with the best chance of success.
Course are offered on a rotating basis throughout the year:
On the Internet: how to succeed
Marketing for Nonprofits
Strategies for Research Online
Your Online Organization
Browse through our course offerings below to find out more
about eLearning at ePhilanthropyFoundation.org.
Courses Start March 18, 2002: Click here for details on “ ePhilanthropy
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