MASTER IN FUNDRAISING MANAGEMENT IN THE NGOs
Business Administration, Marketing, Communication, Social Media, Campaigns
Leader in Europe for history, number of students trained and partner NGOs, since 1999 – at its 41ST edition (English)
Training provided in blended formula: eLearning + workshops
90% EMPLOYMENT WITHIN ONE YEAR in the main European NGOs
Be the Change?
- Supported by: Save the Children, INTERSOS, Fondazione Acra, ANT, Terre des Hommes, WFP Italian committee, MSF, ASSIF, AEFR.
- Employment rate: 90% (official data: August 2016 Follow up).
- Training Centers: Madrid, Roma, Inverness.
- Certifications: EFA Certification – Excellence in Fundraising; Hpass Learning Provider
The blended formula, partly based on eLearning platform with monthly workshops during the weekends, allows presence for those who work or in general cannot afford to waste another year in a classroom.
- Inizio Master: Dicembre 2019
- 1000 hours, 12 months
- eLearning + 29 workshops in 8 long weekends (approximately one per month) in Rome and Madrid
- Field Experience(a real one – not just a visit)
- Group Project Work
- Internship at least 200 hours up to 6 months if abroad.
- Matching – Presentation of your profile to the NGOs in Europe or outside if requested
Download the programme for more information about didactic structure, master features, workshops scheduling and lecturers!
Because what we are offering you is not just ‘another course’, but a clear professional profile, among the most requested. With the best NGOs we take care and the responsibility for your practical preparation as only those who come from the field can do.
The courage to have a dream. Because NGOs look for the right skills, not credit and paper certificates. You will have as lecturers only the best managers and professionals, shared with the School by the best NGOs, to train you according to the required standards.
Full employment. Because the employment rate is 90% within a year (50% of the students find a job in the very same organization where they did the Training Period. 10% don’t access to the market within a year for personal-family-work-logistics-maternity, or other reasons). The Career Development Service works with you developing your “Career Plan” and introducing you in the right way, taking in consideration ambition and caution of the choices.
- Internationality. FRAME is an International Program, with European (and not only European) lecturers and students, that combines quality, accessibility (affordable cost + scholarships) and flexibility (thanks to the eLearning + workshops formula, that makes it easier to attend).
- Certifications: the FRAME Master is EFA-Fundraising Excellence certified, a framework that establishes solid and professional standards.
The Social Change School is among the first certified in the world as HPass Learning Provider.
- Experience, History and WorldwideNetwork of the School: in a historical moment that sees humanitarian emergency become the new training business, the School provides its experience, contacts, relations, international community and the helpfulness of hundreds of fellows around the world.
- Management Competences: are you able to pitch with a Company, or present the project to a Foundation? The managerial development feature “keeps you safe”, allowing you to have basic skills in Conflict Management, Negotiation, Stress Management, Assertiveness, Public Speaking, Time and Organization Management.
Be the change! Can you see the Master as a powerful lever for social change? For us and the NGOs it is. We believe that your professional commitment is fundamental to enhance the quality of NGOs. We believe that you, with your passion and professionalism, can be the change for the lives of thousands of people. We do not just consider you a student, but as a social activist, a rights’ defender, a person interested not only in “doing projects” but in changing systems: a heavily committed “social” professional.
Do you recognize yourself in this description? Do you feel you can have the right potential to be the change? Book the admission and evaluation interview with Marco Crescenzi, who directly takes care of the selection and admission process to guarantee you (for a right choice), the NGOs (on your human and professional quality) and of course the good name of the School – represented by each of its fellows, all over the world.
FRAME TASK FORCE
|Master Director||Filippo Ungaro,Communication, Campaigning and Volunteers Director at Save the Children Italia|
|Coordinator||Alessandro Zito, Didactic Staff|
|Senior Advisers||Isabel White, Tenika Ah-Wan, Giampiero Giacomel, Francesco Stefanini|
|Career Development||Tirso Puig, Head of Career Development|
Rocio Requena, Head of Administration Office
WE WORK WITH
Save the Children UK, INTERSOS, Oxfam, UNHCR, Amnesty International UK, UNICEF Italia, AIRC, Telethon, COOPI – Cooperazione Internazionale, WorldVision, Medici Senza Frontiere Italia, The CHS Alliance, EMEA, British Red Cross, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Save the Children Italia, Save the Children International, Association CooperAction Onlus, Euclid Network, Amref Health Africa Italy, Organisation for Economic Development and Cooperation (OECD), NGO International Rescue Committee, Médicos del Mundo España, Médecins du Monde, Agriterra, Humentum, Bioforce, IASC, OCHA, Red Cross/Red Crescent movement, Amnesty International Italia, UNDP, Handicap International, Plan International, Ricerca e Cooperazione, ESCOACHING, Save the Children España, MSF Belgium, Cancer Research UK, Sphere Focal Point, Santa Rita da Cascia Foundation onlus, TechSoup’s Italian division, Guardavanti: futuro dei bambini ONLUS, Federal Commission of Mexico on Human Rights, UN Commission on Human Rights, Liberi di credere, Oxfam Italia, VIS, Germany’s Relief Coalition, Young Foundation, Cocoon Projects, Association for Peace, Caritas, Ucodep, CIR (Consiglio Italiano Rifugiati), Assoforr, ISFOL, Fondazione Di Liegro, Opera Sante de Sanctis, Coop. Wipala, Liberi Nantes, Opera Don Guanella, Astirforma, Mission Bambini Foundation, Change.org, GoFundMe, Cure3Children, Cure Thalassemia, Greenpeace Italia, Libera Associazioni, Type B (Social Cooperative), Federsolidarietà Confcooperative, UNDESA, MAE, AGIRE, Action Aid, CDAC, DEC, ECB project, Amnesty International Italia, Italian Foundation for volunteers, Aster-X, Cesvi, GVC, SoS Villaggi dei Bambini, Terre des Hommes, ZaLab association, NATO, VOICE, PRIME Italia, International Commission of Jurist, Italian Red Cross, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, RedR-UK, Nesta, EU Commission, ASEAN Centre of Excellence on United Nations Millennium Development Goals (ARCMDG), UNICRI (United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute), UN Coordinator for the fight against Aids in Asia and in the Pacific area, UNODC, FAO, World Food Program (WFP), IFAD, Fodanzione CENSIS, Associazione RUR, European Neighbourhood Working Group at Bond
Some of the main partners that collaborate in the realization of the Master
- Supported since 2010 by Euclid Network – European Association of Third Sector Leaders. Supported by the European Commission.
- Supported since 2015 by ACOSVO – Scotland’s Third Sector Leading Network.
- In partnership with ASSIF – Italian Association Fundraiser.
- In partnership with AEFR – Asociación Española de Fundraising.
… and more than 200 organizations hosting interns worldwide.
The Field Experience represents the moment of application in the field of knowledge and techniques learned during the course of the Master. 3-4 days of real and direct field experience in collaboration with an NGO.
In 2018 the students were in Caserta
From September 7th to 10th 2018, the students of the December 2017 edition took part in a Field Experience in Caserta, with the New Hope Cooperative. Students spent 4 days at the organization’s headquarters to implement a fundraising plan with the board, stakeholders and donors of the organization.
Leggi il report completo: Field Experience FRAME per NewHope: esperienza di Fundraising e impatto reale
In 2018 the students were in Turin
From February 21st to 24th 2018, the FRAME Master fellows participated in a Field Experience in Turin, with the Il Circolo dei Lettori Foundation. Students spent 4 days at the organization’s headquarters to implement a fundraising plan with the board, stakeholders and donors of the organization.
Leggi il report completo: Field Experience a Torino: esperienza di Fundraising per i fellow di FRAME
In 2017 the experience took place in Scotland, in collaboration with Shirlie Project
The students of June 2016 edition before and December 2016 edition then, had the opportunity to take part in the creation of a real fundraising strategy, collaborating with Shirlie Project (Inverness, Scotland), interacting with local stakeholders, potential donors and partner. This gave the opportunity to use in a real context all the knowledge, skills and tools acquired during the Master. The students organized a fundraising event, made prospective research, used a real database, made a telephone campaign and a written appeal to increase support from individuals and trusts.
Leggi il report completo: Field Experience in Scotland for the Master FRAME
Social Change School has always worked closely with the HRM and managers of the sector. The Masters are co-projected with the Masters’ directors and managers of the non profit sector and are constantly updated by means of surveys concerning the competences and required professional profiles at international level.
Career Development is one of the qualifying processes of the Master programmes and provides first class services, in terms of the personalised assistance given by the staff. They help finding the best match between our students’ skills, competences and the right organisations, something we are able to achieve thanks to our wide range of partners. An experience that, to use our students’ words, “changes your life”.
FRAME trains a high level fundraiser guaranteeing strict adherence to the needs of the sector. The lecturers come from the most important International organisations. The network of partners (the biggest NGOs) is directly involved in educational projects.
More than 400 professionals have attended our Master PMC. Some of the best operators in the sector come from this Master programme, and have updated their integrated fundraising management skills with us; a “friendly” Alumni network for post-diploma support.
The Master is strongly international and totally in English.
The Master is suited for professionals between the ages of 23 and 55: brilliant graduates, people already working in non-profit seeking specialisation or people working in the for-profit sector – even professionals and managers – looking for meaning and a change of life. The selection of candidates and their admission is accurate, carried out by the Staff of the Social Change School, based on a admission and evaluation interview to verify the specific predictive dimensions of professional success connected to the chosen profile.