Thursday, May 29, 2008

Two Nonprofit Leadership Training Programs in US

Executive Education for Philanthropy Leaders

The Center for Social Innovation at the Stanford Graduate School of Business is pleased to announce there is still limited space available for the 2008 session of our Executive Program for Philanthropy Leaders.

Access cutting-edge ideas, connect with exceptional philanthropy executives and harness effective frameworks to emerge a better manager, leader, and innovator. This intensive, week-long executive program focuses on strategy and leadership for grantmakers, with a special emphasis on vision, power, governance, and collaboration. Led by Stanford's world-class faculty, the program will take place at the Stanford Business School. Philanthropy leaders from private, corporate, community, operating foundations and government agencies that grant at least $2 million annually and have full-time staff are encouraged to apply. Space is limited, so submit your online application today:

All participants receive a one-year subscription to the Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Dates: July 27-August 2, 2008
Apply by: June 9, 2008
Tuition: $7,300
For More Information

Web site:
Contact: Brett Cicerone,
650.723.0544 (local) or 866.542.2205 (U.S. and Canada only)

2008 Senior International Fellows Program

A rare opportunity for senior Third-Sector practitioners from overseas…
4-weeks in New York City to network, study and reflect!


The Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society is pleased to announce a unique fellowship opportunity: the fall 2008 Senior International Fellows Program. The program provides an opportunity for the professional development of Third-Sector decision makers from outside the United States. This year’s program will focus on the topics of community foundations, as well as corporate social responsibility and diaspora philanthropy. The deadline for application is June 20, 2008.

Please see the attachment for program details, eligibility requirements and application guidelines or visit the Center’s website.
For your convenience, I am also attaching a condensed version of the program’s information, which we hope you will find suitable for posting to a listserv, newsletter or other appropriate venues. If you have any difficulty accessing the attached files or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for your interest in the Center’s program and thank you in advance for your assistance in sharing news of these opportunities with your members and others in the sector.

Amal A. Muhammad
Program Associate
Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society
The Graduate Center
The City University of New York

For More Information

tel. 212.817.2010 ; fax. 212.817.1572

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