Nonprofit Management Programs
Leaders of nonprofit organizations face many new challenges in this increasingly competitive world. The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University provides outstanding academic programs for nonprofit practitioners to hone their skills and to develop additional competencies to take their enterprises to even greater success.
Designed by teams of Kellogg School faculty and experienced nonprofit practitioners, these programs are directed at senior managers — executives who have direct impact on the goals of the organizations. Board members and trustees will also gain valuable insights. In addition to lectures and cases, instructors use problem-solving and role-playing exercises to promote group learning, and they invite leading practitioners to share their experience with participants.
With the support of several local and national foundations, the Center for Nonprofit Management at the Kellogg School offers limited financial assistance to nonprofit executives who cannot afford the tuition cost. The programs are held on Northwestern University’s downtown Chicago campus, in Kellogg’s facility at 340 E. Superior Street. Programs run from Sunday afternoon through lunch on Tuesday.
We invite you to explore the current nonprofit executive education programs and to contact Jennifer Paul with any questions.