What is IT Coaching?
It’s simple. IT Coaching is one-on-one or group Microsoft training provided at no cost to your organization. The program runs in 4-month semesters twice a year so your agency commits to 4 months at a time. You can receive coaching at your location in one or more of the following areas:
- Windows Navigation
Why should your nonprofit participate?
With a low time commitment you can increase your productivity and confidence with IT tools while using your own technology during sessions. IT Coaching is professional development that makes your job easier.
How does IT Coaching work? You can participate in IT Coaching through 4 easy steps:
- Sign up and submit your coaching request
- A coach assigns him/herself to your request
- Your coach will contact you to schedule sessions
- Meet and work with your coach
What nonprofits are saying:
"This is such a beneficial program! I am so grateful to be a part of it."
"Colleen Bosak (Duke Energy) is my IT coach she is so sweet and patient, I was nervous to sign up but was a great experience! Thanks!"
"Huge thank you to Leslie Martin (Bank of America) for her patience and flexibility! I learned so much from her, a great teacher! Thanks again!"
"I would like to say a huge "thank you" to Brendan Fitzgerald (Duke Energy ). First of all - he was extremely patient and professional. He also did an excellent job of explaining how things work!!! He taught me some quick tips on excel that make my monthly reporting much, much easier! I really felt like I could improve my monthly reporting skills after the excel training. Way to go Brendan!! I appreciate your willingness to use your computer talents to help others!! Thank you so much Brendan and Apparo!"
“Reg Staples provided 5 of our staff with Basic Excel training yesterday. Not only was he knowledgeable, but he was so engaging that his instruction was quite fun. The Apparo coaching exercises are so important for our agency. We are grateful to be a participant in the process. I cannot say enough positive things about this alliance.”—Nora Wolf, Jewish Family Services
At Ingersoll Rand, we are committed to good corporate citizenship and believe that advancing the quality of life requires taking an active role in addressing the social issues impacting our company and communities. The Ingersoll Rand Foundation advances the quality of life through our charitable partnerships to help build comfortable, sustainable, efficient and educated communities.