Get Even More of a Good Thing: Sign Up for Free Access to Cutting-Edge On-Demand Training

Get free access to nonprofit training from VolunteerMatch and the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation.We promised we’d be back with more opportunities to get free access to cutting-edge on-demand trainings, and we always keep our promises!

So today we re-launch our awesome partnership with the Cornerstone OnDemand FoundationWe formed this partnership to provide VolunteerMatch training content to nonprofits through the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation’s Gift of Learning program.

And now, once again, we are giving 500 nonprofits the key to a training treasure trove absolutely free.

The Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation is a nonprofit organization formed by global cloud-based talent management leader Cornerstone OnDemand. The Gift of Learning program leverages Cornerstone OnDemand’s state-of-the-art learning technology to create an online career development tool that provides nonprofit employees and volunteers with access to a free collection of e-learning and other training resources provided by industry experts.

Through this portal you can have access to a customized curriculum that supports the most common job families in the nonprofit sector: Fundraising, Leadership, Accounting and Finance, Operations, Marketing and Communications, Volunteer Engagement, and Program Management.

All you have to do is fill out the form below. If your nonprofit is among the first 500 to respond, you can choose up to ten employees to access the online library of trainings and resources for three months, absolutely free. (If you can’t see the form below, click here to fill out the form on the web.)

Once 500 organizations respond, the offer is closed – so don’t procrastinate! If your organization is chosen to participate, you will receive a welcome email directly from the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation within a few weeks.

Some fine print: Your organization must have 501(c )(3) tax exempt status to qualify. Once 500 nonprofits have responded to this offer, requests for additional access may be considered.

(If you can’t see the form below, click here to fill out the form on the web.)

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