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Find your way forward. Whether you’re upskilling to advance your career, improve client/patient outcomes, pursuing a new passion or something in between, our flexible online, in-person and hybrid classes are designed to work with your schedule, here on the UW–Madison campus or wherever you are in the world. Use the search filters to find the class, badge or certificate that works best for you.

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Spanish 0

Subject Area: LanguagesSpanish
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This mini-course sets you up for success in Spanish 1 with a slow introduction to the fundamentals of the Spanish language.
Upcoming Dates
  • Aug. 9, 2022–Sep. 13, 2022
    $119
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  • Sep. 12, 2022–Oct. 3, 2022
    $119
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  • Sep. 12, 2022–Oct. 3, 2022
    $119
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The "Art and Soul" in Funds Development -- Classic How-Tos from our Legacy Conference and. . . The Moment We're In: Preparing for Current and Future Trends

This session will feature core lessons and how-to’s from the legacy Fundraising and Development conference and expand into current and future trends. Join to learn about the generational transfer of wealth, lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and promising strategies that nonprofit organizations can use to adapt to the changing times. Instructors: Don Gray, former Vice President for Principal Gifts, University of Wisconsin Foundation Michael Johnson, President and CEO, Boys and Girls Club of Dane County Mary Beth Collins, Executive Director, Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (the CommNS) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Tony Shields, President and CEO, Wisconsin Philanthropy Network Register for the full series here: https://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/classes/top-trends-promising-strategies/ 
Upcoming Dates
  • Aug. 9, 2022
    $50
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Top Trends and Promising Strategies in Revenue Model and Funds Development

The Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies ("The CommNS") invites you to join us for our first-ever webinar series, Top Trends and Promising Strategies in Revenue Model and Funds Development. Co-hosted by AFP Greater Madison, this multi-week webinar series will support individuals and nonprofit organizations in designing their revenue models and strengthening their funds development plans. Join us to embrace tried and true practices, explore and advance new practices and encourage forward-thinking approaches for the future of philanthropy. Over the course of the series, participants will complete worksheets that will inform their development work moving forward and help refresh fundraising strategies with current trends.
Upcoming Dates
  • Aug. 9, 2022–Sep. 27, 2022
    $300 full series | fees vary per session
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Making Philanthropy More Diverse and Equitable

Learn how to make philanthropy more diverse and equitable at your organization and within the sector at large. Hear from experts in the field on how to attract and engage diverse donors while learning about the ecosystem and trends around where money in philanthropy is going and how we can make shifts. Instructors: Kelvin Alfaro, Internal Consultant, UW’s Office of Strategic Consulting Eugenia Podestá, Vice President, Vital Voices Jen Davie, CFRE, Chapter Director, AFP Greater Madison and Owner, Jen Davie Consulting, LLC Register for the full series here: https://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/classes/top-trends-promising-strategies/ 
Upcoming Dates
  • Aug. 16, 2022
    $50
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Intercultural Communication: Foundation for Cultural Competency

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Communication across cultures often breaks down due to basic cultural differences that are misunderstood and frequently invisible. We introduce you to tools that enable you to identify and understand cultural differences and lay a foundation for strong cultural competency, domestically and globally.
Upcoming Dates
  • Aug. 17–18, 2022
    $425; gov't/nonprofit $325
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Coding Bootcamp

Subject Area: Computing & Technology
Offered through UW Extended Campus, the University of Wisconsin Coding Boot Camp is a deeply engaging online full-stack web development course that gives you the knowledge and skills to build dynamic end-to-end web applications and become a full stack web developer in 24 weeks.
Upcoming Dates
  • Aug. 22, 2022
    $11,995
    Interactive online
  • Aug. 22, 2022–Feb. 23, 2023
    $11,995
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Trust-Based Philanthropy and Shifts in Giving Processes

Explore the core principle of trust-based philanthropy and what this means for organizations in the nonprofit sector. Join for a discussion around the shifts in giving processes due to changing perspectives and technology. Additionally, we'll learn how to be a part of the change to benefit your organization and the sector at large. Instructors: Dr. Amy Hilgendorf, Associate Director, Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies, joined by the Co-Create team Noah Salata, Community and Social Impact Advisor, American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation Mary Beth Collins, Executive Director, Center for Community and Nonprofit Studies (the CommNS) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Stephanie Schlecht, Executive Director, Schlecht Family Foundation Register for the full series here: https://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/classes/top-trends-promising-strategies/ 
Upcoming Dates
  • Aug. 23, 2022
    $50
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Revenue Models, Operating Costs, and Reserve Funds

Join this session for practical tips and tools around revenue models, operating costs and reserve funds. Explore the importance of diversified revenue sources, social entrepreneurship, funds management, and communicating and collaborating with diverse funders. Instructors: Jen (Feltz) Hense, Director of Development, Urban Ecology Rachel Nielsen, Director of Finance and Operations, Urban Ecology Melodi Bunting, Senior Manager of Advisory Services, Wegner CPAs Kelly Douglas, Chief Development Officer of Health Poverty Action USA Lisa Dugdale, Executive Director, Center for Community Stewardship (C4CS) Register for the full series here: https://continuingstudies.wisc.edu/classes/top-trends-promising-strategies/ 
Upcoming Dates
  • Aug. 30, 2022
    $50
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French for Reading and Translation

Subject Area: LanguagesFrench
Open to anyone who wants to study French for reading and translation. We cover essential grammar and vocabulary to provide knowledge that is especially useful for students preparing for the French graduate-level reading knowledge exam.
Upcoming Dates
  • Sep. 1, 2022–Dec. 16, 2022
    $435; graduate students $335
    Self-paced

German for Reading and Translation

Subject Area: LanguagesGerman
Open to all students who want to study German for translation. Great for meeting graduate program language requirements or for genealogy work. Key skills you'll learn include taking advantage of similarities between English and German, expert dictionary use and recognizing easy grammar cues.
Upcoming Dates
  • Sep. 1, 2022–Dec. 16, 2022
    $435; graduate students $335
    Self-paced

Italian for Reading and Translation

Subject Area: LanguagesItalian
Offered three times a year and open to all, this course on Italian reading and translation covers the essential grammar and vocabulary to prepare you for your Italian graduate-level translation exam or other research. When you have completed this course, you will have a solid foundation in the Italian language.
Upcoming Dates
  • Sep. 1, 2022–Dec. 16, 2022
    $435; graduate students $335
    Self-paced

Spanish for Reading and Translation: Basic

Subject Area: LanguagesSpanish
Develop the skills you need to read and accurately translate Spanish texts to English, using texts from various disciplines in the social sciences and humanities. Start with the basics and work your way through more challenging grammatical concepts that appear in the scholarly texts you translate.
Upcoming Dates
  • Sep. 1, 2022–Dec. 16, 2022
    $435; graduate students $335
    Self-paced

Spanish for Reading and Translation: Comprehensive

Subject Area: LanguagesSpanish
Benefit from all of the materials in our basic course with additional interactive exercises, 60 percent more instructor-graded translations, more advanced readings and a final capstone project tailored to your academic or professional field. Hone your Spanish-to-English translation skills.
Upcoming Dates
  • Sep. 1, 2022–Dec. 22, 2022
    $545; graduate students $445
    Self-paced

Language Reading Knowledge Exam

These translation exams test reading knowledge of French, German, Italian or Spanish and meet the requirements of UW–Madison graduate programs. Register at least one week prior to your chosen exam date. No refunds after registration. Honorlock will proctor these exams.
Upcoming Dates
  • Sep. 6, 2022
    $65
    Self-paced
  • Jan. 12, 2023
    $65
    Self-paced

Spanish 2

Subject Area: LanguagesSpanish
Customizable
Explore the cultural richness of the Spanish-speaking world while taking your skills to the next level with this practical high beginner’s course (A1.2), which uses a curriculum designed by DCS aimed at adult language learners. Improve your ability to converse about a wider range of common topics in the present tense and take your first steps in conversing with past tenses.
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  • Sep. 6, 2022–Nov. 15, 2022
    $259
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  • Sep. 6, 2022–Nov. 15, 2022
    $259
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  • Oct. 6, 2022–Dec. 22, 2022
    $259
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  • Oct. 6, 2022–Dec. 22, 2022
    $259
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Italian 1

Subject Area: LanguagesItalian
Italian 1 is designed for beginning learners who wish to gain practical knowledge of the Italian language and familiarize themselves with Italian culture. Learn the vocabulary and grammar necessary to communicate effectively in key social situations and while traveling.
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  • Sep. 7, 2022–Dec. 7, 2022
    $239
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  • Sep. 7, 2022–Dec. 7, 2022
    $239
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  • Sep. 19, 2022–Dec. 5, 2022
    $239
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  • Sep. 19, 2022–Dec. 5, 2022
    $239
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French 2

Subject Area: LanguagesFrench
Build your vocabulary as you improve your ability to converse in the present tense and become familiar with past tenses. Practice conversing while learning relevant cultural information.
Upcoming Dates
  • Sep. 8, 2022–Dec. 1, 2022
    $239
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  • Sep. 20, 2022–Dec. 6, 2022
    $239
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Spanish 1

Subject Area: LanguagesSpanish
Customizable
This beginning-level language class (A1.1) explores the cultural richness of the Spanish-speaking world while helping you master the basics of Spanish with a proven curriculum designed by DCS for adult language learners. We’ll quickly have you talking about life, family, work, and travel.
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  • Sep. 8, 2022–Nov. 17, 2022
    $259
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  • Sep. 8, 2022–Nov. 17, 2022
    $259
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  • Sep. 12, 2022–Nov. 21, 2022
    $259
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  • Sep. 12, 2022–Nov. 21, 2022
    $259
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  • Sep. 13, 2022–Nov. 22, 2022
    $259
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  • Sep. 20, 2022–Nov. 29, 2022
    $259
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  • Sep. 20, 2022–Nov. 29, 2022
    $259
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  • Oct. 4, 2022–Dec. 13, 2022
    $259
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  • Oct. 4, 2022–Dec. 13, 2022
    $259
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