Scholarship Program for Nonprofit Leaders

Posted by on July 9, 2007

American Management Association and Leader to Leader Institute Announce New Scholarship Program for Nonprofit Leaders

Deadline: November 15, 2007

The American Management Association (<a href=""></a>) and the Leader to Leader Institute (<a href=""></a>) have established the AMA Scholarship Program to assist social sector nonprofit organizations in developing "the strong leaders today who will lead the organizations of the future."

AMA has allocated funding for seventy-five scholarships to be administered by the Leader to Leader Institute. Scholarship benefits include one management education and professional development seminar offered by AMA; one year of individual member benefits, including access to members-only Web site, subscriptions to e-newsletters and journals, and discount pricing on all other AMA products and services; and a one-year membership with the Leader to Leader Institute, including subscription to Leader to Leader Journal and discounts on the institute’s publications and services.

The AMA Scholarship Program is available to a range of nonprofit organizations representing the social sector across the United States. To be eligible, a candidate must be an employee of nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization or operate under the fiscal sponsorship of a 501(c)(3); have a minimum of three years of work experience in the social sector; and receive nomination by the Executive Director/CEO of their sponsoring organization (if candidate is the ED/CEO, then nomination by the board).

Visit the Leader to Leader Institute Web site for complete program information.

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