Movin’ On Up in the Nonprofit World

Posted by on October 7, 2005

“Movin’ On Up in the Nonprofit World”

DATE: Tuesday, October 11, 2005

TIME: 6:30-8p panel discussion, followed by food and drink with our panelists

LOCATION: University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Wilson Student Center, 2nd Floor, 42nd & Woodland Avenues, Philadelphia, PA 19104

(Please let us know ahead of time if you need special accessibility arrangements)

DIRECTIONS: Wilson Student Center is located at 42nd and Woodland Avenues behind the Englund Library. Both the 11 and the 36 run down Woodland Avenue. Driving and parking instructions can be found at:


Thinking about grad school as a means to advance your career in the nonprofit sector? Come hear from a panel of professionals who represent the region’s top graduate schools and certificate programs. Featured panelists will include recent grads of MS, MPA, and MBA programs as well as an Admissions Director. Panelists will share their experiences on how they got in to grad school, which classes were helpful, how they landed key internships, where to apply for financial aid, and how they are using their degree currently.

The featured panelists and their nonprofit graduate programs are:
1. Stephanie Scott of Widener University, Master of Public Administration Program

2. Kerry Flanagan of Eastern University, Master of Science in Nonprofit Management

3. Catherine Malkemes of Bryn Mawr, Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute

4. Michelle Garcia-Navarro, Admission Director of University of Pennsylvania, Fels Institute of Government – Master of Government Administration

5. Megan Lewis of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University’s MBA program

*Our thanks to the University of the Sciences campus in hosting the event!

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