Credentialing Education & Training Profile


1 Professional Education
2 References
  • Section 1: Professional Background

  • IF YOU HAVE ALREADY COMPLETED THIS FORM FOR A PREVIOUS CREDENTIAL PLEASE PROCEED DIRECTLY TO YOUR EXAM

    (Candidates only need to complete this form one time!)

    The questions that follow ensure your education and professional training are officially recorded at NANOE's headquarters.

    There are no trick questions. There are no right or wrong answers. Use this opportunity to memorialize your professional accomplishments in support of your forthcoming credential.

    Questions marked with an * are required. Please NO BLANK FIELDS. If you've determined that a question does not apply please type N/A (not applicable).

    The following process document is divided into TWO sections. You may stop and save your work at any time you wish by clicking "Save and Continue Later" at the bottom of the form. You will be emailed a custom link that will bring you back to your save point. You may save as many times as you wish before submitting the form.

  • *1. NAME & EMAIL

  • FORMAL EDUCATION

    Formal Education IS NOT REQUIRED to be eligible to receive any credential. List all degrees you have, starting with associate degrees and ending with doctorate(s). This section is not limited to the past three years. Identify name of degree as indicated on your transcript or diploma; college/university name and year completed.

  • 6. HIGHER ED CERTIFICATIONS

    Higher Ed Certifications ARE NOT REQUIRED to be eligible to receive any credential. What certifications from a college/university do you have? Include any certification received regardless of type. Indicate name of certification, name of granting university/college, year awarded. Example: Certificate #1 - Nonprofit Management Certificate; Duke University, NC, 2011.

  • 7. ASSOCIATION CERTIFICATIONS

    Professional Association Certifications ARE NOT REQUIRED to be eligible to receive any credential. What certifications do you have from professional associations? Indicate name of certification, name of granting association, year awarded. Example: Certificate #1 - Marketing Certificate; Association of Doctors & Nurses; 2010.

  • 8. CONTINUING EDUCATION (within past 5 Years

    PLEASE NOTE: If you HAVE NOT achieved any of the previously mentioned degrees or certifications please demonstrate in the following section a minimum of 25 hrs in Adult Continuing Education (relating to nonprofit management) within the past five years.

    Identify continuing education (CE) experiences you have had over the past five years (no more than 25 hrs). Give name of seminar/course/workshop, sponsoring agency, year, number of instructional hours involved. Example: Course #1 - Identifying donor prospects in my community; Duke University Center on Nonprofit Management, NC; 2010; 6 hrs.

  • 9. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

    PLEASE NOTE: If you HAVE NOT achieved any of the previously mentioned degrees or certifications please demonstrate in the following section a minimum of 25 hrs in Adult Continuing Education (relating to nonprofit management) within the past five years.

    Identify continuing education (CE) experiences you have had over the past five years (no more than 25 hrs). Give name of seminar/course/workshop, sponsoring agency, year, number of instructional hours involved. Example: Course #1 - Identifying donor prospects in my community; Duke University Center on Nonprofit Management, NC; 2010; 6 hrs.

  • 10. AUTHORSHIP

    List up to 10 publications written on nonprofit management and/or fundraising matters. These should be pieces published by other than your organization unless your organization publishes books, articles, magazines as part of its services (e.g. news articles, journal articles, magazine articles, book chapters, books, etc.). Give complete citation on each (.i.e. author(s), year published, name of publication, publisher town, state, publisher name). Example: Doe, John. (2010). Creating Interesting Direct Mail. NY, NY: X Publishers.

OUR MEMBERS ARE OUR MISSION

National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE) is a nationwide network of donors, volunteers and charitable leaders whose relentless commitment to significant and sustainable impact transforms the communities we serve. NANOE members are innovators who solve problems (not just service them) by deploying heroic missions of scale that confront social and environmental dilemmas so completely that money chases after their every need.

  1. We connect philanthropists, funders and academics to people that transform their worlds;
  2. We create platforms, programs and tools that supercharge financial capacity building;
  3. We form economic impact engines infusing capital into charities to guarantee mission success;
  4. We confront intellectual dishonesty using mass communications to dispel myths and disseminate truth;
  5. We disrupt industry associations, organizations and media outlets whose activities injure nonprofits;
  6. We build personal relationships with leaders that strengthen them and meet their needs;
  7. We establish compensation standards that safeguard the financial success of those employed in our sector;
  8. We credential executives in advanced management models, capacity-building and consulting;
  9. We research and report on scale, sustainability and significant impact;
  10. We host forums, conferences and events on scale, sustainability and significant impact;

NANOE, a 501(c)3 corporation, has unveiled a new and growing set of capacity-building “best practices” that empower nonprofits in ways previously thought to be impossible. These approved techniques are based on field tested university research and have been peer-reviewed by NANOE Governors during NANOE’s Convention & Expo. They have been designed for leaders who have a passion to grow their mission. For more information on NANOE’s Board of Governors’ Convention & Expo please visit our Events Page.

NANOE is the only nationwide membership organization in the U.S. for executives seeking credentials in the art of nonprofit capacity-building. Practitioners who hold a prestigious NANOE credential are “best practice” experts who grow charitable enterprise and discover new ways to advance the common good. For more information on CNE, CDE & CNE credentialing please visit our Credentials Page.

Ultimately, NANOE members believe that “innovation never fears a challenge” and that the greatest contribution nonprofit practitioners can make to charity is to become the creative enterprise-leaders our sector so desperately needs. For more information on how you can join please visit our Membership Page.

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