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Nonprofit & Public Management Opportunities

Posted: June 22, 2009

Do you want to learn more about nonprofits – from running one, to investing responsibly in one, to being an effective board member – while you are studying at the University of Michigan?

The Nonprofit and Public Management Center (NPM) is a collaboration among School of Social Work, Ford School of Public Policy, and Ross School of Business.

We provide programs for graduate students interested in nonprofit and public management, including:

•Workshops and event throughout the year;
•The Board Fellowship Program where students are placed as non-voting board members of local nonprofits;
•Our Self-Directed Internship Fund that provides stipends between $500-$2000 to support nonprofit management related field placements and internships during the spring/summer term;
•An online course directory (www.nonprofit.umich.edu/students/courses.php), which draws from offerings across eight U of M graduate programs; and
•Emails for job postings.

For more information about NPM, visit www.nonprofit.umich.edu or email nonprofit@umich.edu. You can also join NPM on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.


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