Information Session for the Duke Nonprofit Management Certificate Program on Aug. 17

Press release from WNC Nonprofit Pathways:

Interested in learning more about the Duke Nonprofit Management Certificate Program?  WNC Nonprofit Pathways will hold a Free Information Session on Thursday, August 17, 2017, from 10am to 11am at the Arthur R. Edington Education & Career Center, 133 Livingston Street in Asheville.  Interested students will have a chance to learn more about the program, courses offered, registration details, instructors, networking opportunities, earning the Certificate, and more!  You can register for the session by calling Debbie Haeger at 828-242-9028 or email  Please be sure to bring any questions you might have about the program.

Nonprofit organizations provide vital services that contribute to the overall health of our communities. The goal of the Duke Nonprofit Management Program is to ensure that these vital services continue to grow in scope and quality.  The Duke Program has proven that pursuit of the Certificate results in better-managed nonprofits that translate into more vigorous communities.

The Nonprofit Management Certificate Program provides affordable, practical and accessible noncredit courses and certificate programs to people working in and with the nonprofit arena, whether they are paid staff, directors, board members, philanthropists or volunteers.

WNC Nonprofit Pathways coordinates the Duke classes in WNC and provides training and assistance to community organizations across the mountains.  Pathways is a collaboration of The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina, the United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County, Mission Health and The Cherokee Preservation Foundation.

For more information about WNC Nonprofit Pathways, visit or email


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