Introducing Whole Whale University
Online Class Series for Nonprofits
We create the best online courses on digital topics that will help you amplify the awesome work your org is doing. To date, Whole Whale University has had over 1,000 students go through our courses.
Enroll in WWU courses
NEW! Understanding + Improving Cybersecurity for Nonprofits
Keep your data safe. Build a solid foundation in cybersecurity, improve your literacy around digital security, and learn invaluable strategies for mitigating risk.
Building Better Traffic: Content Marketing + SEO to Drive Impact
Learn how to grow organic traffic by 20% year over year and increase digital impact. We’ll give you clear steps to immediately implement, track, and measure this strategy at your organization.
Google Analytics 101 + 201
Use analytics to answer: “What are people doing on my website?” and dive deeper to find buried data treasure with this 2-part course in partnership with TechSoup
Getting Started with Google Analytics
In this eight week email course, learn the ins and outs of Google Analytics, identify the metrics that matter most, and practice using data to tell stories about your digital presence.
Impact Hacking: Digital Strategies for Nonprofits
Nonprofits can adopt the “growth hacking” mentality and harness it for good – which is why we are excited to bring you this course on #ImpactHacking.
Whole Whale University: Live
Our workshops and webinars offer attendees a unique chance to get one-on-one training and networking opportunities with speakers, partners, vendors, other nonprofits, and Whalers.
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What people are saying
“I really like that the speaker is so engaging and easy-to-follow. It’s clear that he’s not only well-versed in what he’s talking about, but he’s also passionate and excited to tell his audience. I’m excited to keep watching, thank you!”
– Lauren Kuss
“A great introduction to using various social media platforms to increase donor engagement and conversion. Especially interesting and helpful was actually the YouTube section.”
– Angela Ryan