Apply by June 6: The Nonprofit Management Cohort for Emerging Leaders of Color
Exciting trainingopportunity to support emerging leaders of color in the nonprofit sector in Greater New Haven. Apply now!
OVERVIEWThe Nonprofit Management Cohort is an exciting opportunity to be a part of the next generation of leadership in Greater New Haven’s nonprofit sector. The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven is pleased to offer this opportunity to diversify the voices and perspectives of our sector.
Currently employed nonprofit staff who are people of color, work for organizations serving Greater New Haven and who aspire to senior management positions are encouraged to apply.
This is a two-year cohort program where participants receive bi-weekly training sessions (both in-person and virtual) on a variety of aspects of nonprofit leadership.
The training program is co-led by University of Connecticut and after completion of Year 1 of program, participants receive academic credit and certificate of completion.
Year 2 is comprised of hands-on application of leadership skills, network building and mentoring.
Participants’ sponsoring nonprofit employer will receive a two-year general operating grant.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JUNE 6Applications are due June 6, 2022. Please go to this link for more details and to access the application.
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