Prospect Research Training
For institutions that have a prospect researcher on staff, training in the tools and methodology is a must. Elaine Lotto has been training new and seasoned researchers in the art and science of research for over 20 years.
The training, done in the clients office in small groups or one-on-one, is a comprehensive presentation of Internet sites and on-line databases that are used in prospect research. The hands-on, interactive and well-organized format shows researchers, and even development officers, how to effectively search for biographical, corporate, financial and philanthropic information about a prospect.
Development Research Systems clients often repeat the day-long prospect research training when a new researcher joins the staff. Other satisfied clients call on Elaine Lotto to train their new nonprofit staffs when they move to another job.
My staff was very enthusiastic about the training. They appreciated your clarity and patience.
Director of Development, independent school, Maryland
We both really enjoyed the Internet training and found it fascinating and very helpful. I've already used it in some research on corporate partners.
Director of Development, museum, upstate New York
You were very thorough, and I really feel as if I can undertake some research projects now.
Researcher, independent school, Rhode Island
Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and experience researching potential major donors. The resource checklists and bibliography will be used! Worth every penny.
Researcher, seminary, Massachusetts
Thank you for the superb teaching job you did. I found myself totally engaged in the process. You were patient, helpful, organized, and highly instructive.
Director of Development, social service agency, New York City
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