The Civic Scholars Program, at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business is a highly selective program that annually provides full-tuition scholarships to the Weekend MBA Program for up to eight exceptional professionals from across the US who work in a 501(c) nonprofit organization or for the government. Recipients of the scholarships, known as Neubauer Civic Scholars, are supported by the Neubauer Family Foundation. Scholars study with an emphasis on analyzing problems, generating key insights, and implementing creative solutions.
At Convene, we think where you work matters. A lot. Physical space has the power to make or break your focus, your mindset, your mood. It shapes behavior, molds culture. And when it falls short, your productivity and creativity often do the same. But what about when it’s amazing?
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Our news and opinion pages fuel the national conversation about the role nonprofits play in society. The Chronicle’s special reports, benchmarking data, and popular webinars are essential information for nonprofit professionals. Decision makers at four in five of the largest and most influential charitable organizations in America read the Chronicle to advance their missions.
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Volunteers In Service To America (VISTA), the AmeriCorps program dedicated to helping alleviate poverty, is operated by the federal agency, the Corporation for National & Community Service.
VISTA members serve as a catalyst for change, living and working alongside community members to meet our nation’s most pressing challenges and advance local solutions.
Coupled with being a community benefit, 80% of our VISTA members say that AmeriCorps benefited and advanced their career path.
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The Nonprofit Leadership (NPL) Program at the School of Social Policy and Practice welcomes individuals who are bright, passionate, and energized to be transformative thought leaders, social entrepreneurs, and innovators for social impact. The world needs innovative approaches to address the world’s complex social challenges.
Our students are the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs who will help transform nonprofits, social enterprises, international NGOs, educational systems, social service agencies, art/cultural institutions, foundations, and advocacy.
This event was made possible with support from REALITY, an epic journey through Israel for global change-makers on a mission to repair the world. Following their journey, REALITY alumni join a network of entrepreneurs and global shapers that continue to work together to create positive change in their communities.
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