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CFR what? It’s CFRE – Certified Fundraising Executive and you should consider it for yourself.

Have you been a fundraising professional for 5 years or more? Are you proud of your career? Are you interested in attaining a professional certification that acknowledges you as a leader in fundraising with a wide breadth of knowledge?

Then consider preparing for the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) exam, the global standard for the fundraising profession. The CFRE exam is a generalist exam designed to test the knowledge and skills you use on the job on a daily basis. It is designed to test mastery of knowledge of best practices and how to apply them. Your AFP Cincinnati Chapter is here to help you prepare for the exam.

Join CFRE Chair and presenter Norah Mock, CFRE, along with other CFRE presenters, will walk you through AFP’s CFRE Review Course. This thorough session offers development professionals an opportunity to review the main components of a complete fundraising program. It is a two-day, intensive program the purpose of which is to provide an overview of skills, techniques, and program components based on fundraising experience at the five-year level.

When:  Thursday, September 17, 2015 (full day), Friday, September 18, 2015 (half day)

Time:  Thursday – 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Friday – 8:00 am – 12:15 pm

Where:  Shriners Hospitals for Children Cincinnati
3229 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio  45229-3095

Parking:There is no charge for parking at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Cincinnati. You access our garage at the rear of the hospital by turning onto Albert Sabin Way – if going north on Burnet, turn left – if going south on Burnet, turn right.  You will then turn left into the first driveway, and left again into our garage.  When you come to the speaker, let them know you are here to meet with Vanessa
Mosley.  Park in any available space and take the elevator to the first floor and enter the lobby.

Cost:  Members – $390, Non-Members $490

Sign up today at www.afpcincinnati.afpnet.org

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