How does the American Nonprofit Academy work for Instructors?
We designed the American Nonprofit Academy to be your podium in front of America’s Nonprofit community.  Serving as an elevated platform for your knowledge, our goal is to connect qualified experts with nonprofit organization professionals, volunteers and supporters from across the United States along with the Non-Government Organizations across the world.

What skills do I need to become an instructor?
The most important skill you can bring is your willingness to listen to the needs of the nonprofits. Nonprofit organizations have very distinct needs depending on the mission of the organization.  Because of this we don’t need simple generic knowledge.  The more tailored your knowledge to the needs specific to the missions of the people and groups serving others, the more value you bring to this podium.  For example, women’s health advocacy groups need to know the latest issues concerning pending legislation — which would be a great Live Webinar for you to offer –or create a set of courses on how-to work within the HIPAA laws for the armies of volunteers in women’s health groups.

How do I signup to be an Instructor?
Call us at area code 602603-9886 or send an email to: [email protected] There are no fees to apply or any on-going charges to be an Instructor at the American Nonprofit Academy. We will ask you to provide a brief account of your professional experience and qualifications, plus defining what course areas you would like to teach.

How does the American Nonprofit Academy reach students?
We market the American Nonprofit Academy using digital social media linkage in combination with scheduled active email marketing.  Our Instructors and students use their global linkage and our reach multiplies. We have nurtured a database of more than 65,000 individuals actively participating in non-profit organizations across the USA and we send a monthly Connections Newsletter to them, along with our social media networks.   Using the digital tools constructed within our platform your classroom size is unlimited.

What are the Instructors benefits?
We encourage and set active links to your own websites and to other learning implements you may wish to amplify.  Instructors use the American Nonprofit Academy as a lead marketing tool and point of reference to connect their skills in training, consulting, conference moderations and independent presentations.

What methods can I use to teach?
Our students are looking for value in their learning.  Course content specific to their needs and an on-line experience which is pleasant to view are the keys.All content is subject to review and approval by the American Nonprofit Academy before it is published on the site.

What if I have never taught before or am really not great with technology?
A keen ability to teach is not a prerequisite of our platform. If you have good and important information to share we can help you package that information to get it out to the nonprofits who need it. We are looking for experts in a multitude of areas which nonprofits can use to learn to improve their missions.

What else should I know about all this?
The American Nonprofit Academy is rooted and focused exclusively on educating those involved with nonprofit organizations across the US and Globe.

There are more than 1.8 million tax-exempt organizations across the USA and non-profits account for almost 10% of all wages and salaries paid in America. The nonprofit workforce (not including volunteers and donors) is the third largest workforce in America with 12.4 million employees.