In addition to my other consulting services, one of the great pleasures I have in my job is teaching others the skills to make their organizations as effective and sustainable as possible.
I have taught many workshops over the years, and created curriculum that is geared toward helping nonprofit professionals acquire new skills that they can put into practice immediately.
Among the workshops I can present for your organization (board, staff, or volunteers) are:
Introduction to Fund Development Planning
Grant Proposal Writing Skills - Basic or Intermediate
Basic Training for Your Nonprofit Board of Directors
I can also work with you to design a custom course to fit your organization's current needs.
Begin your training experience by contacting me at ken at goldstein.net or by phone at 408.396.3677.
Learn how to craft winning proposals that get funded, with effective outcomes statements and proven communications methods.
After teaching this course to over 1,000 students over 15 years, I have adapted it to an online format with over three hours of video and downloadable resources.
Here's what people are saying about the online course:
"Ken was great at explaining all of the parts of a winning grand proposal in a way that made sense and gave me the confidence to keep going with my interest to help raise funds for nonprofits."
"The teacher of this class is amazing and giving me a wonderful foundation to grow upon! Fantastic content!"
"First off, Mr. Goldstein's voice is very pleasant. You don't feel like you are being lectured to, but more like sitting down in a nice talk with him. His lectures and examples are incredibly informative, without being 'preachy'."
"A very well-rounded course that was easy to sit through, and gives real life expectations."
"This was an exceptionally executed course, very informative packed with valuable content that provided me with the foundation to begin my grant writing career."
"In this course Ken demystifies the format and contents of grant proposals in a simple and easy to follow style and language."