Jim Moran Institute's South Florida Operations launching Non-Profit Executive Program

Oct 06, 2016

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. — The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship at Florida State University’s College of Business is accepting applications through Friday, Nov. 18, 2016, for its inaugural Non-Profit Executive Program (NPEP) in Broward county.

This program is offered at no cost to participants and is designed with non-profit organizations in mind. Those interested should visit and click on “Programs” to apply. The NPEP offers a world-class opportunity to assess your organization’s position, develop long-term strategies, create practical action plans and connect with fellow non-profits leaders and members of the Jim Moran Institute’s network for advice and support. It brings in some of the most accomplished experts, business consultants and leaders from around South Florida to teach in the program.

Applicants must be actively involved in running an organization that has been in existence for at least three years and has three or more employees. The program will be offered in the Spring in Broward County and the Fall in Palm Beach County. 25 applicants are accepted per session. Whether an applicant seeks a more global perspective, better ways to seize opportunities or greater insight into managing day-to-day operations, the NPEP can help.

The inaugural program will kick off on Monday evening, Jan. 23, 2017, with an orientation and opening reception from 4:30 – 6:30pm; the first training session will start that Wednesday. The program’s nine sessions will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at various Broward county locations every other week through May 16. 

The NPEP is focused on growth, leadership expertise, and financial success. While examining business fundamentals, strategies and best practices from the perspective of a business leader, participants will explore a broad range of topics including finance, marketing, technology, and leadership.

For more information about the Non-Profit Executive Program and the Jim Moran Institute’s South Florida Operations, contact Courtney Mickens at, 954-399-2849 or visit us at, 1401 E. Broward Boulevard, Suite 304, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301.

About the Jim Moran Institute

The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship is part of Florida State University’s College of Business and its mission is to cultivate, train and inspire entrepreneurial leaders through world-class executive education, applied training, public recognition and leading-edge research.

A 1995 contribution from Jim and Jan Moran and JM Family Enterprises established the

Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship at the Florida State University College of Business with additional support through the years. Since 2011, further enhancements to the Jim Moran Institute and its outreach have been made possible by Jan Moran and The Jim Moran Foundation.

About South Florida Operations

The Jim Moran Institute’s South Florida Operations was established in 2009 and serves the community through the Advice Straight Up Expert Speaker Series, CEO roundtables, annual Business & Leadership Conference, Nonprofit Executive Program and the Small Business Executive Program. Providing executive education and leveraging the resources of the Jim Moran Institute, South Florida Operations helps its clients’ businesses – and the region’s economy – grow and prosper.

South Florida operations focuses on assisting CEO’s, entrepreneurs, business owners and presidents’ small businesses and non-profit organizations with a minimum of three employees who have been in business for over three years for little to no cost.


Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, Florida State University, College of Business
, P.O. Box 3061110, Tallahassee, FL 32306-1110
Tel: 850-644-3372 Fax: 850-644-5950

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