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Training Opportunities

Listed below are training opportunities. Please contact the individual training provider for additional information.

The Foundation Center – Cleveland offers free introductory classes on proposal writing, grant seeking, fundraising planning and more. They also offer more indepth, fee-based classes on fundraising and have a reference library to research potential funders.

The Neighborhood Leadership Development Program (NLDP), a program of the Mandel Foundation, is an innovative program for emerging and developing leaders who live in Cleveland. The mission of the NLDP is to develop the diverse leadership abilities of engaged Clevelanders who are committed to creating a city and region which works for everyone.

Neighborhood Leadership Institute develops grassroots leaders working to rebuild the bonds of community and improve the quality of life for neighborhood residents throughout the Greater Cleveland area. For more information on this program and to download an application, visit their website or call 216-812-8700.

The Ohio State University Extension offers a host of training and technical assistance programs in Cuyahoga County. Services include training in gardening, market gardening, health and nutrition, and more. Call 216-429-8200 for more information.

Strengthening Services is designed specifically for the kind of group and small non-profits typically funded by Neighborhood Connections. This series of seminars will connect you with available resources to be more efficient, effective and impactful as you work with your community. Join us for one, some, or all of the sessions! Pick and choose what best meets your needs! Bring your neighbors, board members, or staff members!

The Treu-Mart Youth Development Fellowship Program at the Weatherhead School at Case Western ReserveUniversity provides support and professional development for those who work with youth during non-school hours.

The West Side Leadership Collaborative of Cleveland (WLCC) is devoted to fostering leadership skills and offering networking opportunites for community leaders. The WLCC offers training throughout the year. For more information, contact Adam Gifford at agifford@dscdo.org or 216-961-9073.

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