If you want to start a new career or develop new skills to advance in your field, you don’t have to start over. A graduate certificate is a great way to build on the knowledge you already have, adding to existing skills to create a specialized skillset.
Josie Williams didn’t think she would ever go to college. “That just didn’t seem accessible to me at the time,” she says.
She was a young, single parent. At one point, she spent more than a year living in her car. But Williams knew she had a good skill set.
If developing new skills or a new career in the nonprofit sector interests you, consider an academic certificate in nonprofit management. A graduate certificate gives you specialized learning, such as grant writing, marketing, strategic planning, and fundraising—and experience that leads to
Are you an early childhood education professional looking to take the next step in your career? A graduate certificate or master’s could open leadership opportunities. Consider a Master’s of Education in early childhood education or a North Carolina early childhood teaching licensure, both
Your nonprofit organization has charged you with writing grants to help raise needed funding.
You’re well aware of how essential nonprofits are to North Carolina: They provide one out of every 10 jobs in the state, deliver needed services like food banks and hospice care, and