Let us help you work on your organization
Created to be a world-class learning experience that accommodates the busy schedule of executives, the Nonprofit Executive Program (NPEP) is ideal for CEOs, presidents, and executive directors. You will emerge a stronger leader ready to capitalize on business opportunities, implement best practice management, and turn challenges into a strategic advantage. Thanks to our supporters, this program is offered at no cost to the accepted participants.
Application & Schedule
Thank you for your interest in the Tallahassee Nonprofit Executive Program! The Fall 2023 program will run from September to November 2023. You can find the schedule below. Mandatory attendance is required for all the class sessions.
Applications for Class VIII of the Tallahassee Nonprofit Executive Program will close August 11, 2023. Applicants will be notified on August 18, 2023 if they have been selected.
tallahassee NPEP Class VIii SCHEDULE – Fall 2023
|October 1, 2022||Applications Open|
|August 11, 2023||Application Deadline|
|August 18, 2023||Notice of Acceptance|
|September 6, 2023||Session 1|
|October 4, 2023||Session 2|
|November 1, 2023||Session 3|
- October 1, 2022
- August 11, 2023
- August 18, 2023
Notice of Acceptance
- September 6, 2022
- October 4, 2022
- November 1, 2022
What You Can Expect
Presented over three months, the Nonprofit Executive Program (NPEP) is designed to take into account your demanding schedule while enabling you to assess your organization’s position, develop long-term strategies, create practical action plans and connect with fellow nonprofits leaders and members of the Jim Moran Institute’s network for advice and support.
What the Program Covers
The Nonprofit Executive Program is focused on growth, leadership expertise, and financial success. It is an unparalleled opportunity to enhance your business skills, innovate with other talented small business leaders, and prepare for new challenges that lie ahead. Whether you seek a more global perspective, better ways to seize opportunities, or greater insight into managing day-to-day operations, the Nonprofit Executive Program can help you realize your organization’s potential—and your own. While examining business fundamentals, strategies, and best practices from the perspective of a business leader, you will explore a broad range of topics including:
- Nonprofit Organization Model
- Human Resources
For more information, contact:
Marina Lickson, Manager, Tallahassee Programs
Jim Moran Institute For Global Entrepreneurship
Florida State University College of Business
111 South Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32301