Are you prepared for the future of fundraising?
Would you like to raise more money for non-profits?
Are you ready for the next step in your career?
Georgian College’s online Fundraising & Resource Development Program will give you the tools you need to advance your career in fundraising, and to contribute more effectively to your organization.
Offering graduate level full and part-time studies in a convenient, on-line environment, the comprehensive Fundraising & Resource Development courses are taught by professionals respected in the field. The dynamic faculty team provides personalized instruction that fits into your busy life. This unique online program offers the flexibility to study where and when YOU want to, while providing the structure, guidance and learning community you need to be successful.
Noted in 2009, by U.S. News & World Report, as one of the top 30 careers that offer ‘strong outlooks and high job satisfaction’, fundraising is a growing profession with salaries that continue to climb. According to the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP), average salaries for Canadian charitable fundraisers increased by 9.2 per cent to $71,827 from 2005 to 2007.
What advantages will I gain from taking the program?
Improved career advancement: Employers are looking for individuals who have demonstrated an educational commitment. Our students report they advance quickly.
Improved professionalism: As you master each area withing the program you will be able to approach your job with increased confidence and a sense of purpose.
Program flexibility: Study full-time or part-time. The courses are delivered online, allowing you to retain your current job and study how, when and where you wish. Study only the courses you find most valuable, or continue at your own pace to complete the graduate certificate.
CFRE Continuing Education Credits: Georgian College is an approved
provider for CFRE Continuing Education. (see part-time studies)
Transfer credits for MBA program: Graduates from Georgian’s Fundraising and Resource Development program may be eligible to receive credits for up to 60 out of 180 credits in several of Edith Cowan University’s (Western Australia)master programs.
What else should I know about the program?
Second career training: This program may be approved Second Career program. Second Career can help an eligible applicant with the cost of tuition, books, living expenses, and other costs associated with the training to build skills for a new career. For more information visit our Second Career site.
Have more questions?
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Fundraising & Resource Development:
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