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NB 100 - Excel for Advanced Users
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NB 100 - Excel for Advanced Users


with Stacy Peloquin

Calendar Next session starts Oct 11, 2023 at 6 pm

Class Description:

The 4-hour Excel Bootcamp for Advanced Users course will focus on Excel’s advanced Formulas and functions to ensure data consistency and integrity. Topics include Restricting Cell entries to a range of Cells (Data Validation), Group & Ungroup data and Removing Duplicate rows from a worksheet. The Advanced course will allow students to create Charts and Graphics, and how to build Pivot Tables and basic Macros.

NB 100 - Grant Writing for Public Employees and Nonprofits


with Mary Ellen DeFrias

Calendar Next session starts Oct 19, 2023 at 6 pm
1 additional session on Nov 13, 2023

Class Description:

This 8-hour Grant Writing for Public Employees and Non-Profits Course Objectives are:

• Be able to research, plan and write effectively for multiple purposes.

• Understand the entire grant proposal writing process, including defining scope, project management and financial projections

• Learn the fundamentals of budgeting

• Identify roles of funding agencies, philanthropic foundations and giving institutions Course Outcomes for Grantwriting

• Identify funding sources

• Write and present persuasive grants that inspire funders

• Produce high-quality grant proposals

• Increase your knowledge of the development field

• Manage a grant

• Nurture a relationship with funders

NB 100 - Writing a Business Plan for Success


with Beth Carter

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 25, 2023 at 6 pm

Class Description:

Turn your vision into a reality by transferring ideas into a business plan on paper. Business plans are the foundation of a sustainable business. A solid business plan will help guide your actions as a business owner and provide the framework needed to capture the eyes of investors.

Throughout the 15-hour training, business owners will learn all aspects of business plan development:

  1. Construct the elements of a business plan
  2. Design and develop a plan that will enable the business to reach its goals
  3. Create the roles and responsibilities of the operations and management teams
  4. Understand market strategies and competitive analysis

Please note: Entrepreneurial Finance is a great addition to the business plan class

NB100 - Entrepreneurial Finance
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NB100 - Entrepreneurial Finance


with David Meyerovitz

Calendar Next session starts Nov 2, 2023 at 6 pm

Class Description:

Entrepreneurs face numerous challenges when requesting funding for a business venture. Building value takes time. A strong understanding of the entrepreneurial finance will have investors confident in your business even during the early stages of investing.

This 15-hour course will cover all stages of the venture’s life cycle from start up to exit. The participant will acquire skills necessary to be an innovative driven entrepreneur by instilling the concepts of making informed investments and financing decisions.

Topic 1: How to Read Financial Statements
Topic 2: The Accounting Cycle & Fundamentals.
Topic 3: Financial Planning & Control
Topic 4: Introduction to Finance
Topic 5: Time Value of Money
Topic 6: Understanding & Managing Budgets

NB 100 - Project Management
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NB 100 - Project Management


with Alexandria Eberhardt

Calendar Next session starts Nov 7, 2023 at 6 pm

Class Description:

This 8-hour training program provides students with the basics of project management, including the theory and core methodology needed to manage projects individually or participate on project-teams. Students will learn how to apply project management concepts in their everyday work. Participants of this course will come away with a solid foundation of the basic principles of project management, including time management, setting priority levels, and managing change

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