Want to maximize your learning impact?

Can a curriculum do that? Absolutely! Relevant and engaging programming curriculum can bridge knowledge and skill gaps in a way that motivates your volunteers, students, staff - you name it - to acquire the information they need to positively impact your organization and the communities you serve

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It's time to stop feeling overwhelmed.

Your programs and curriculum have the same goal: create positive behavior changes. But how? You want to create these changes by bridging key knowledge and skill gaps. This is where DG Consultancy comes in. Whether your nonprofit organization already has a formal curriculum or a great idea, we make the development process seamless. The result? Impactful learning content. Let's set up a discovery call to discuss your project and how it can strengthen your growth .

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Need a little help figuring out how to work together? No problem! There are a couple of options.

If your project is starting from scratch, check out the FAQs of Curriculum Development to answer some of the questions you might have having. 

If you already have learning content - like a course, workshop, or programming curriculum - and it's wayyy past time to refresh and level it up, either Curriculum Revisions or a Curriculum Audit is for you.

If you're interested in curriculum coaching, consider joining the Develop It Yourself (DIY) Curriculum Program and get 1:1 support while you build your course and bring it to life. 

Just looking for a bit of guidance to get started? Then, I'd suggest visiting The Learning Corner Template Shop for step by step directions and short explainer videos on key parts of the curriculum design and development process. 

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"The new (curriculum) enhancements are engaging, relevant, thoughtful and rich with a lot of examples and hands-on activities. "

Alan Lightman, Harpswell Foundation founder

"Danielle created a survey to be taken by school principals and their administrative staff about how the grants department could better serve them. Using the information she gathered, Danielle created a user-friendly manual completely from scratch. Because of Danielle’s patience and hard work, the manual was published and distributed to every Title I campus in the (school) district. "

Emma Richardson Trevino, Former Project Development Specialist for Ft. Worth Independent School District

"Danielle Gines is one of those people whose enthusiasm for the work we were all doing and the compassion with which she carried out that work, will always make her stand out in my memory."

Samantha Dullisear, Director of Izizw e Projects

About DG Consultancy

With over 12 years of curriculum experience of varied capacities, Danielle is your guide for your entire curriculum development process. 

We enjoy working with nonprofits and NGOs to develop, or enhance, their training programs and curriculum. Our values include empathy, strong communication, an equitable and inclusive process, and a zest for learning.

Have a project in mind? Schedule a free 30 minute discovery call with Danielle below.