Harvard Club of Victoria: Nonprofit Fellowship Program

Each year, the Harvard Club of Australia – Victoria’s Nonprofit Fellowship (NPF) Program, supported by donations from members of the HCAV community, makes it possible for the CEOs of two nonprofit disability sector organizations to attend the week-long course Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management (SPNM) at Harvard Business School. The managerial and strategic decision-making skills whose development is the focus of this highly regarded program (see following page) are in increasing demand within the nonprofit sector in Australia. In 2009, the SPNM program will run from 12 to 18 July.

To be eligible to apply for an HCAV Nonprofit Fellowship, you must be the CEO, or equivalent, of a nonprofit organization whose primary mission is the delivery of services to people with disabilities. An HCAV Nonprofit Fellowship covers the recipient’s SPNM course fees (tuition and case materials, accommodation, and meals), as well as travel to and from Boston, including a side-trip to allow for visits to appropriate nonprofit organizations in North America. Fellows and/or their organizations must meet any costs over and above the Fellowship award (A$12,000 in 2008), and any out-of-pocket expenses.

For more information see the information briefing (RTF), or download the application form (MS Word).

Mar. 10, 2009

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