FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Professional Development and Training
I prefer in person training, do you offer that option?
We host Nonprofit Labs in different cities across the country. Check out the dates and locations here.
What topics does your organization offer for training?
Workshop topics vary. For our online conferences and nonprofit labs, we post our workshop topics and trainers. It is best to browse the schedule of the particular nonprofit lab location or the date that you want to attend an online conference.
Our nonprofit does not have the budget to travel. Do you offer online training?
We host several online conferences a month. Check out the schedule and topics here.
I want to train with the Nonprofit Learning Lab
We are always looking for qualified and engaging trainers to collaborate with us. To find out how to serve as a trainer, check out more details at www.nonprofitlearninglab.org/trainer. Some of our trainers are paid and some of our trainers volunteers their time. Whether a trainer is paid or volunteering depends on the length of the workshop. For those that are volunteering, we support them by providing a good dose of free marketing. We are looking for trainers on a wide variety of topics—nothing is really to narrow or obscure for us, as long it helps community based nonprofits improving their overall effectiveness.
Do you offer continuing education units?
We offer continuing education units through CFRE. To learn more about what CFRE offers, please check out their website.
Our nonprofit would like a customized training for our organization. Do you offer that?
We do provide custom trainings for nonprofits and can train on any topic because of our extensive trainer roster. For more information, click here.
How does the Nonprofit Learning Lab determine Nonprofit Lab locations?
We determine our Nonprofit Institute locations based on program collaborations, requests from our own members and established relationships in the community. Are you interested in having us host a Nonprofit Lab in your city? Please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com.
Help! Life happened and I can no longer attend the event I registered for!
Our cancellation policy is detailed in all our event registration forms. Quick overview: you can transfer your registration to a colleague or transfer your registration to a future event. You can do that via this form. Literally, yes—complete the form and your registration will be transferred to any comparable event of your choosing. For example—if you registered for a nonprofit lab—you can transfer your registration to any other nonprofit lab. If you registered for a train the trainers workshop, you can transfer your registration to any other train the trainers workshop. This is the cancellation policy.
How can I become a member of the Nonprofit Learning Lab and what are the benefits?
To become a member, check out our membership page. We offer a variety of benefits including access to our resource archive, discounts to training both in-person and online and access to our mentoring program. Our membership page lists all our membership benefits.
Program Partnerships and Advertising
How can we partner with the Nonprofit Learning Lab for programming?
Yes! We partner with many different organizations across the country including vendors, consulting firms, universities, nonprofit organizations, professional associations and more. Do you have an idea for a partnership? Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you are interested in doing.
How can an organization advertise, exhibit or serve as a sponsor of the Nonprofit Learning Lab?
Organizations, universities, consultants and vendors can advertise with us online or an at event. If you are interested in advertising at a specific event, please click on the link of one of our nonprofit institutes. If you are interested in advertising with us online, please check out our online advertising opportunities.