Train your entire team for one low cost with Access365. Available exclusively to GCN members, our unique subscription program provides Georgia nonprofits with access to the breadth and depth of training opportunities we offer—allowing your team to benefit from the full range of targeted courses, certificate series, and webinars offered by Nonprofit University all year long.
Benefits of Access365 include:
- Access for members of your organization’s staff, board, or volunteers to attend Nonprofit University’s core curriculum courses, certificate programs, and webinars over a one year period.
- 50% off the member rate for any additional staff, board members, or volunteers to attend core curriculum courses and certificate programs.
- 25% discount off the GCN member rate for our Executive Leadership Programs.
- Assessment of your organization's professional development needs to help map out programs and courses.
Fees for Access 365:
Annual fees are based on the number of applicable staff, board members or volunteers affiliated with your organization:
Only a limited number of Access365 subscriptions are available each year for GCN member organizations. Discounts do not apply to Development Institute Master classes.
Contact Reggie Seay at email@example.com or 678-916-3080 for more information and to enroll.
Gain exclusive access for your entire team to more than 150 courses year round. Limited seats available!
Access365 member organizations include:
The Center for Black Womens Wellness
Humanity United with God for Society
Covenant House Georgia
Family Advancement Ministries
Tapestry Public Charter School
Atlanta Film Festival
Grant Park Family Health Center
North Fulton Community Charities
Southern Center for Human Rights
The Giving Kitchen
The Center for Family Resources
Reflections of Trinity
Multi-Agency Alliance for Children
Refugee Women's Network
New American Pathways
“We are a learning organization and Access365 has provided us with an awesome opportunity to learn and grow in a cost-effective and convenient way.”
—Scott Speed, Executive Director,
The Neighborhood Enrichment Project