Programs in Social Enterprise at Columbia Business School Executive Education

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About Us

At Columbia Business School, “social enterprise” is defined as the application of business management skills to the solution of social problems. For over 30 years Columbia Business School Executive Education has offered open enrollment and custom programs for nonprofit professionals. The Programs in Social Enterprise draw heavily on the resources of Columbia Business School. Having access to its faculty, curriculum and facilities¬–as well as outstanding practitioners from New York City’s rich nonprofit, government and business communities–makes it possible for us to offer a broad range of programming. Our upcoming 2010 open enrollment programs include:

Senior Leadership Program: For senior-level nonprofit professionals. Apply by Nov. 1, 2011

Developing Leaders Program: For midlevel nonprofit directors and administrators. Apply by Dec. 1, 2011.

In addition to our open enrollment programs, our custom programs are tailored specifically to an organizations needs and goals.

For more information, visit our Web site (www.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/social-enterprise) or contact us directly (212-854-3395 or execed@columbia.edu).


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