The National Business Officers Association (NBOA) is the only national nonprofit membership organization that serves administrators of independent schools' to meet their financial and business operational needs. Since its founding in 1998, the association has grown from 23 member schools to nearly 1,400 schools in the United States, and even more in Canada, Mexico and around the world.
Our mission is to develop, deliver and promote best business practices to advance independent schools. Our primary content areas include accounting, finance, tax, human resources, facilities, risk management and business technology. As a member school, you will find that NBOA.org provides you access to a robust national community of colleagues through our NBOA Connect online communities, in addition to forms, templates, sample policies, and many more resources. Our website also provides up-to-date information on upcoming professional development programs, including the NBOA Annual Meeting, Business Officer Institute, webinars, online courses and workshops, as well as articlces from our award-winning magazine, Net Assets. Most notably, NBOA.org provides immediate access to industry guidance, research reports, and other publications. Most of these are available to member schools, complimentary, as part of NBOA membership.
As an NBOA member school, every school administrator gains access to best-in-class tools, training and resources essential to its financial and business operations, including:
In short, when your school is a member of NBOA, your business, financial and operations staff are no longer on an island, but rather connected to a robust network of colleagues that understand what you do and speak your language. Further, they have information and tools that help solve the challenges your school is facing and, quite frankly, save staff time and your school money.
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