Resource Management

Volunteer Recruitment and Onboarding ***please note rescheduled date***

Maximizing volunteer resources to build programs and maintain operations is critical to many nonprofits today.  However, the competition for volunteer talent is strong, and attracting the right mix of skills and schedules requires updated approaches.  This class will focus on how to:

Price: 
$75.00

The Art of Form 990

IRS Form 990 is widely recognized as essential to maintaining your nonprofit’s 501(c)(3) status, but it doesn’t get the credit it deserves as a marketing tool that communicates a great deal of information about your organization. Foundation staff and other potential funders, prospective employees, the media, and other constituencies interpret and evaluate nonprofits based on what they say—intentionally or not!—on Form 990.

Price: 
$75.00

Employment Law: From the Interview to the Last Day (and Beyond)

There are over 50 laws that apply to nonprofit organizations as employers. Do you know which are applicable to your organization? Does thinking about it make you want run for the door or bury your head in a giant pile of employment applications? If so, this class is for you. We will review the essentials of employment-related laws and discuss their application in a nonprofit setting. Using case studies, small group discussion and model policies from the Standards for Excellence, students will learn how to apply these laws to their workplaces.

Price: 
$150.00

Staff Supervision and Performance Management

The workplace of today requires both new and experienced supervisors to cope with constant change and increasingly challenging situations.  This  class will help managers, supervisors and team leaders learn and apply skills and strategies to successfully manage the work while inspiring employees to give their best.  Participants will examine case studies and role play challenging supervisory situations to gain interactive experience in applying the course material to their work lives.

Topics will include:

Price: 
$150.00

Intro to Nonprofit Finance

Does the idea of reviewing financial statements make your head hurt? Do you avoid looking at the Statement of Activities and the Balance Sheet of your organization because you are not sure what they are supposed to tell you? If so, this class can help. It provides a basic introduction to nonprofit finance—not from an accounting standpoint, but rather by discussing the individual financial statements and the information you can glean from them once you understand how to review them. Specifically, we’ll talk about:

Price: 
$75.00

OAR of Richmond OnSite Session - Staff Supervision

This is a private, OnSite session of Staff Supervision, conducted for OAR of Richmond staff.

Price: 
$0.00

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