In 2016, Angelina County stakeholders began to discuss the needs of the nonprofit sector in rural East Texas. For many years, East Texas had enjoyed resources, donor support and an abundance of ready volunteers. With the graying of leadership and volunteers, cultural changes, and donor solicitation from outside the community, competition for resources dramatically increased. With this, donors began scrutinizing nonprofit management in the areas of finance, human resources, technology, accountability and measurable effectiveness.
Stakeholders recognized that for rural East Texas nonprofits to remain competitive and viable, they needed education and training in leadership skills and in implementing industry best practices.
While a passion for mission and hard work are still valued, training and education in best practices are essential for rural East Texas nonprofits to survive and thrive. Thus, timing and need for the Angelina College Nonprofit Leadership Center (NPLC) was perfect!
As we embark on the post-COVID-19 landscape, we now offer affordable, practical, and high quality (online and in-person) classes throughout the year. Whether professional development or Nonprofit Management Certification seeking, participants will grow in leadership skills. We partner with community leadership including the Lufkin Chamber of Commerce to deliver critical learning opportunities for emerging and tenured nonprofit leadership.
To educate, equip and encourage nonprofit leaders in rural East Texas.
An educated, trained, competent pool of people equipped with essential tools and expertise, who are encouraged and inspired to confidently lead rural nonprofit organizations in the competitive 21st century
Join us for the Spring 2021 Semester. We are offering learning opportunities to increase your knowledge of Donor Development-The Fundraising Cycle, Nonprofit Financial Management and Understanding Grief. For more information or to register, please call 936-633-5328.
Have you been looking for a way to learn more leading a SUCCESSFUL nonprofit organization?
After gaining this certificate in nonprofit management, you will be fluent in board governance essentials, high-impact leadership, nonprofit financial management, donor development-fundraising cycle, marketing/communication as well as trends and innovation in philanthropy. For registration information, call (936) 633-5206
Are you looking for a way to become a better leader in the world of nonprofit work?
This six month program is focused on empowering early to mid-career professionals for lifelong community engagement and leadership through service as staff or board membership in the nonprofit sector.
For more information, call Tara Hendrix at (936) 634-6644, firstname.lastname@example.org