The University of Maryland’s Do Good Institute (DGI) and the School of Public Policy (SPP) are recruiting the first class of Nonprofit Leadership Fellows who will enter SPP in fall 2017 to pursue a Masters of Public Policy (MPP) or MPP-MBA degree specializing in Nonprofit Leadership.
The Nonprofit Leadership Fellows program will create the next generation of nonprofit leaders through a two-year program that offers students an unparalleled benefits package including tuition support, living stipend, health benefits, paid internships with leading nonprofits and NGOs, and a mentoring program that pairs each Fellow with a nonprofit executive.
To learn more about the new Nonprofit Leadership Fellows Program, see the flyer below. Interested applicants should apply to the MPP program at the School of Public Policy by February 10, 2017 and apply for the Fellowship by February 10, 2017 (https://goo.gl/forms/u7ndRCcsMGOiyMI03). Questions about the Fellows program can be directed to Sara Gallagher (firstname.lastname@example.org), Manager of Operations at the Do Good Institute