Seattle University Nonprofit Leadership Center

  • WA

Address

900 Broadway
Seattle
WA
98122
United States

About Us

Better Leaders. Better Organizations. Better Communities. Seattle University's Executive Master of Nonprofit Leadership (MNPL) program is the first executive program in the country designed specifically for those who lead or aspire to lead nonprofit organizations. As an executive degree, the MNPL program offers opportunities to network with and learn from experienced peers while also working with a distinguished mix of instructors drawn from Seattle University faculty, practitioners, and training professionals. A Program Designed for Working Professionals: The MNPL program is oriented toward working professionals who currently are nonprofit executives or who expect to be in such positions within three years of completing the program. Students will be selected from: • Those already employed in nonprofit and philanthropic organizations who have at least two years in middle to upper management; • Those with comparable experience in business, government and the professionals who wish to prepare for a career shift to the nonprofit sector; • Individuals with eight years of experience in leadership positions on nonprofit boards who now desire employment as a nonprofit executive; • Professionals selling services to the nonprofit sector. MNPL Offers: • Opportunities to learn from peers and to develop superior professional networks • Faculty with practical experience in nonprofit management • Personal mentoring by a diverse group of nonprofit leaders • Opportunities to meet with a wide variety of the region's nonprofit and grantmaking leaders • Access to career support services The MNPL program is proud that more than 86 percent of its graduates are now nonprofit or philanthropic executives in the Pacific Northwest. Others have moved into new leadership roles on boards while continuing employment in business, government or the professions. The average graduate has seen a 21 percent increase in salary within one year of graduation. Visit us and learn more Join us for an information session. Meet with faculty, staff, and graduates of the program. Learn about the MNPL curriculum, application process, career opportunities and more. Please RSVP to (206) 296-5440 or mnpl@seattleu.edu Information Session Information sessions are regularly scheduled October through February from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. or contact the MNPL Coordinator to schedule a personal meeting. Thursday, March 15, 2007 - Room 200 - Casey Building To apply, visit http://www.seattleu.edu/artsci/npl/apply.asp Applications due March 15th, 2007 Survey Please click on the link http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=310453643283 and answer a brief questionnaire (about 5 or so minutes) about your experience with board chairs. The data generated from this survey will be used to inform a paper that we are preparing for the Networks, Stakeholders, and Governance conference in Kansas City on April 26th and 27th. You can expect that we will provide you with a summary of these results after the conference. To take part in the board chair survey click here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=310453643283 For more information about this study, please contact: Dr. Yvonne Harrison, Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Leadership, Seattle University, Washington, USA, yharriso@seattleu.edu Dr. Vic Murray, Adjunct Professor, School of Public Administration, University of Victoria, British Columbia, CANADA, vmurray@uvic.ca


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