LeaderBridge provides scholarships aimed at developing the leadership of Greater Washington Region nonprofits, with a focus on equity, access and impact. Supported by the Crimsonbridge Foundation, LeaderBridge provides full and partial scholarships for nonprofit leaders of color and of diverse backgrounds working at locally-based and locally-serving organizations. Learn more about how LeaderBridge scholarships (formerly Crimsonbridge Leadership Fund) have impacted the Certificate program. To apply for a LeaderBridge scholarship, follow the application process for Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate program

CPNL is continuing its partnership with the Micron Foundation to support nonprofit leaders of color who are working in one or more of the following fields: STEM, teacher diversity, literacy, or childhood poverty. Applicants’ organizations must be working, and physically located, in one of these communities to qualify for the fellowship: New York (entire state), Virginia (entire state), Idaho (entire state), Atlanta (metropolitan area), Washington D.C.; or they can be a current or previous Micron Foundation grantee. The Fellowship will include a full scholarship to the Summer 2024 Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate Program, hotel accommodations and a travel stipend (if needed), participation in a peer learning cohort, and the opportunity to apply for multi-year general operating support from the Micron Foundation. Click here for the application process. Join us on March 18th at 12pm ET to learn more about the opportunity at our Information Session.