The Nonprofit Entrepreneur

Nonprofits and startups have more in common than many realize. Both operate with limited resources, often struggle to secure funding and share a desire to change the world. Founding a nonprofit is a journey into entrepreneurism with a mission-focused twist. In this course, we will examine the core principles of entrepreneurship and how they relate to starting, managing and leading a nonprofit organization.
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Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this NotleyEDU course, you will come away with the following:

  • An overview of the core components of a nonprofit organization
  • An understanding of the core principles of entrepreneurship and how they apply to founding a nonprofit
  • Insight into how to build and develop an organizational culture and structure for longevity and growth

Who Is It For?

Those who are considering starting a nonprofit or those who have founded a nonprofit.

  • Aspiring Entrepreneurs
  • Executive Directors
  • Nonprofit Professionals
  • Students

Course Details

  • Format: Self-Paced
  • Length: 1-2 hours
  • Language: English
Meet the instructor

Amy Temperley

Amy has over 30 years of experience in the social services and nonprofit sector. She has developed programs, raised millions of dollars and led agencies in Austin and overseas. Along with her nonprofit experience, Amy has founded her own organization, Aging is Cool which has both a for-profit and nonprofit arm.
Sharon Reddehase, Vice President, Notley
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