PASE/Baruch Emerging Leaders in Nonprofit Management – A Course for Youth Program Professionals
PASE leads the field in offering professional development that provides both theoretical grounding and practical help for all levels of staff. Baruch College's School of Public Affairs gives students the tools and strategic perspective necessary to effect change in an increasingly complex and competitive world. This innovative curriculum offers lectures and practical discussions that combine the expertise of both PASE and Baruch by merging the talents and experience of Baruch professors and seasoned non-profit practitioners.
This course helps practitioners develop the skills they need to help usher their agency through challenging times, while improving services. The course provides practitioners a great affordable way to increase their managerial capacity right here in the city! Providing a strong theoretical base and very practical ways to improve managerial skills, the course will cover all aspects of management including organizational diagnosis and strategic planning, financial management and accounting, human resources, fundraising, advocacy, board relations, government contracting, information technology, performance measurement and evaluation.
Benefits of the Program
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Program Overview and FAQs
Program Schedule – The program runs from October 26, 2012 through February 8, 2013.
Numerous alumni of the program have used this opportunity to launch their careers by matriculating at Baruch College for their Masters of Public Administration.
Emerging Leaders students have traditionally worked at a diverse range of New York City agencies. Click here for a list of alumni organizations.
The Emerging Leaders Program is supported by the
American Express Foundation
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