Scholarships are available for under-resourced nonprofits in Orange County to attend OneOC’s training courses at a reduced cost. 

ECofOC

OneOC Training Scholarships are available thanks to the generous sponsorship from Executive Coaches of Orange County (ECofOC) toward the OneOC Scholarship Fund. The initiative is generously supported by the contributions of all our local training sponsors. These scholarships are designed to assist small, community-based nonprofit organizations.

 

Eligible Organizations
  1. Mid-level and senior managers looking to enhance or develop leadership skills.
  2. Individual must be affiliated or represent an organization that has 501(c)(3) status with the IRS.
  3. Organizations must be located in Orange County.

 

To serve the greatest number of applicants, scholarship awards will range from 10% to 75% of the cost of the course, based on the organization’s budget size and need.

Nonprofit organizations are eligible to receive up to two scholarships per calendar year. By accepting the scholarship, applicants also agree to complete a three month follow-up evaluation sharing with OneOC how the training attended assisted the growth and development of them and/or their organization.

 

To apply for a scholarship:
Please click here to begin Application form

 

All fields are required. Scholarships cannot be combined with any special offers or discounts. Scholarship applications must be received at least two weeks before the Training start date.

The Scholarship Sub-Committee of OneOC retains the right to determine the applicant’s need based solely on this application and will notify you at least one week before the training date.

 

 

See what people are saying about us:

"Big thanks to OneOC Sponsors who understand the importance of education and professional development for non-profit organizations. I applaud and thank those who support the behind the scene work that goes into successfully running a non-profit organization so that they can positively impact our community and the families that make up those communities.”

Trina Fleming, Women Helping Women/Men2Work