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Charting Professional Development Plans for Traditional Nonprofit Roles

For your convenience, you can download the webinar slides here.

Are you a nonprofit professional wondering how to advance in your role and career? Are you a nonprofit leader struggling to support your team members’ professional development in areas where your experience is limited? Do you ever wonder if it’s possible for grant and fundraising professionals, or members of a nonprofit leadership team, to focus on the critical elements that help an organization succeed while also advancing their knowledge, skills, and careers?

If any of these questions sound familiar—this session is for you!

Listen as Julie Assel, a former teacher and nonprofit professional and current president and CEO of Assel Grant Services, explains how to develop a career path that takes you from where you are to where you want to be.

In this on-demand webinar, you'll learn:

  • Determine what knowledge and skills are needed to progress on a career path.
  • Gain knowledge and experience in these skills—both on the job and beyond.
  • Create a personalized professional development plan for yourself or those who report to you.
  • Be prepared for career and job advancement discussions with leadership and your team.

Whether you are a grant or fundraising/development professional or an experienced nonprofit leader, you’ll discover proven approaches and next steps to drive career advancement. Watch this on-demand webinar to gain practical knowledge about how to further your career and/or support your team’s progress

Download your CEU certificate of completion for GPCI and please email to receive your CFRE certificate of completion. We will send your certificate after we have confirmed your participation..

About the Author

Julie Assel is President and CEO of Assel Grant Services, a professional grant services firm she founded in 2007. She has over fifteen years of experience in prospect research, proposal writing, and grant management. She is one of less than 400 grant professionals who hold the Grant Professionals Certified credential through the Grant Professionals Certification Institute, and one of just 25 GPCs who are also Approved Trainers through the Grant Professionals Association. Julie manages a deep training portfolio of over forty different training sessions annually through Assel Grant Services’ professional development programs. Her current portfolio includes training series on federal grants, grants and ethics, basic grant training, and more advanced topics related to grants. In addition to speaking at Grant Professional Association and Association of Fundraising Professionals chapter trainings, regional conferences, and national conferences, Julie also provides live and webinar trainings upon request to targeted audiences and the broader nonprofit field.

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