Now recruiting for the 2013-2014 cohort for our September to January program
ACCES is a transformational learning experience. This program is for Habitat for Humanity Executives with design input and support from HFHI.
What Participants Can Expect
- A new perspective on the challenges facing your affiliate and community
- Results-focused coaching that expands your confidence and strengths
- Usable knowledge, tools, and feedback to help you achieve immediate impact
- Experiences and ideas to cultivate your strategic and critical thinking
- A co-learning environment that gives you insights and inspiration
- The opportunity to holistically focus on enhancing your and others’ capacity
All faculty are experts in their fields and have experience working with nonprofit professionals in on-line and classroom environments. They will encourage you to identify your unique needs and use the resources available through the ACCES program to address them. ACCES is carefully crafted to optimize learning and maximize the exchange of ideas.
January 7 Application process opened (closes by June 7)
July 8 $6,000 program fee due*
September 24-26 On-campus program kickoff
October – January On-line education and coaching
January 14-16 On-campus program close
*$6,000 fee covers all materials, on-line learning and coaching. Travel and lodging expenses associated with on-campus visits are not included. Scholarships up to one-half of tuition costs are available from HFHl for a limited number of accepted applicants. Qualified candidates from affiliates in good standing are admitted on a rolling, space-available basis.
North Carolina State University offers a wealth of resources in a beautiful setting. Participants will enjoy state-of-the-art meeting facilities in the university’s research park.
About the Institute for Nonprofits
Through research, education and engagement, the Institute for Nonprofits connects North Carolina State University with the nonprofit community and leverages the expertise and dedication of faculty, students, staff and community partners to build nonprofit capacity and develop nonprofit leaders. The Institute serves as a center of expertise, a generator of knowledge, and a host of a collaborative and diverse community of scholars and practitioners.
For More Information and to Apply
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