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Non-profit Job Training on the Internet
  • Christopher Butsko
  • Kyriakos Leonidou
  • Shamit M Mehta
  • Srinath Nagarajan
  • Yuenman Pang

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Non-Profit Sector
  • Non-Profit organizations - one of the largest
    sectors of US economy.
  • As of 1990
  • Assets exceed 1 Trillion
  • Gross Receipts exceeded of 807 Billion (10.5 of
    GDP)
  • Employs 8 million people
  • Growing four times faster than any other sector
    of the economy since 1970.
  • Source http//www.symphonyofservices.com/pa
    ges/nonprofits.htm
  • Growing Importance
  • . . .We should do more to help Americans
    help each otherwe should support Americans who
    tithe and contribute to charities . . .
  • - President William J. Clinton, State of the
    Union Address, January 27, 2000

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Major Players
  • Private
  • Desert Area Resources Training
    http//www.dartontarget.org/
  • Outreach Technical and Assistance Network (OTAN)
    http//www.otan.dni.us/
  • Work Training Center http//www.wtcinc.org/
  • Public
  • Training for Change http//www.nonviolence.org//tr
    aining/
  • Community College of Allegheny County Workforce
    Training http//www.ccac.edu/wf_train/
  • United Nations Institute for Training and
    Research http//www.unitar.org/

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Types of Websites Classified to Private and
Public Sector
Private Sector To assist persons who have a
disability or who are disadvantaged to reach
their maximum potential. http//www.dartontarget.o
rg/
Public Sector UNITAR provides training to assist
countries in meeting the challenges of the 21st
century http//www.unitar.org/
Private-Public Sector . . . private, non-profit,
community based organization . . . trains people
for jobs particularly those who are most in need
and hardest to serve. . . http//www.best.com/
cfet/main.htm
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The Objectives
  • Work Training Center is a nonprofit organization
    providing services to people with disabilities.
    - http//www.wtcinc.org/
  • The mission of the Inland Empire ASTD Chapter
    is to provide leadership to individuals,
    organizations, and society to achieve work
    related competence, performance, and fulfillment.
    We are a non-profit organization.
    http//www.astdie.org/

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Services Offered
  • To Individuals - Patrons
  • To Other Agencies
  • Links from sites
  • Exchange of Information
  • To Donors
  • Provide information
  • Networking between donors

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Classification on Scope and Customers
  • General public
  • Social change workshops (dealing with issues of
    general interest, e.g. racism, non-violence)
    http//www.nonviolence.org//training/
  • Programs designed to offer technical skills (e.g.
    computer education, electronic communication)
    http//www.otan.dni.us/
  • People with special requirements and disabilities
  • Programs designed to offer services to people
    with disabilities (e.g. work evaluation, job
    placement, on-the-job training)
    http//www.wtcinc.org/
  • Comprehensive suite of services that includes job
    training
  • Programs on social welfare and administration
    (e.g. financial management, waste management)
    http//www.unitar.org/

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Job Training Effectiveness
  • Through non-for profit job training programs
    several people have succeeded to increase their
    standards of living
  • Average Training Time 28 weeks
  • Source http//www.best.com/cfet/facts.htm

Before Training After Training
Salary 6,256 18,233
Average Hourly Wage 5.25 7.31
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Customers
  • To assist persons who have a disability or who
    are disadvantaged to reach their maximum
    potential. http//www.dartontarget.org/
  • UNITAR provides training to assist member
    states, conducts research to explore innovative
    training and capacity building approaches each
    year UNITAR reaches out to a large number of
    individuals and institutions of Member States.
    http//www.unitar.org/
  • The Community College of Allegheny County
    Workforce Training Development Team is
    committed to providing meaningful employee
    training to area businesses. http//www.ccac.edu/
    wf_train/

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Attracting Customers
  • Traditional media (e.g. TV ads, magazine ads)
  • Establishing an online presence
  • Organizing events, meetings, celebrations etc.
    (e.g. Social Club , Concerts, Parties and Dances,
    Camping Trips, Special Olympics)
  • Word of mouth
  • Direct mail

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Value Added
  • National network of information -
    (http//www.otan.dni.us)
  • Electronic forum of the latest innovations in
    adult education practice and research
  • Historical collection benefiting practitioners,
    researchers, and policy makers
  • Electronic forum for information exchange
  • Technical support to users through telephone
    support and regional training

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Value Added
  • Secondary support programs are provided at some
    of the sites
  • Montessori child development/child care centers
  • immigration educational services
  • energy conservation programs
  • transitional housing for homeless farm workers
    and a
    region wide farm worker information networking
    project
  • (http//www.best.com/cfet/facts.htm)
  • Offer varied courses
  • Ex. Acct. Clerk/Bookkeeper, Automated Office
    Skills, Automotive Specialist, Building
    Maintenance, Electronic Technology, etc.

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One-shot Customers to Repeated Customers
  • Offering value-added services for registered
    users
  • Offering increased advancements in training
    options as users continue association with the
    site
  • Provides information on current affairs
    (http//www.unitar.org/)
  • Converts prior students to repeat donors

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above all
Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave
in the attempt. Special Olympics Oath
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