The Harvard Business School Club of Birmingham, in partnership with the Alabama Association of Non Profits, is offering a $5,250 fellowship for the President or Chief Executive Officer of a non-profit organization in Alabama to attend a week long session at the Harvard Business School in July.
This will be the fourth year that the HBS club has offered the fellowship. Directors of non-profits may apply by submitting an application to the Alabama Association of Non Profits by March 3, 2015.
Alabama Association of Nonprofits
P.O. Box 292305
Birmingham, AL 35229
ATTN: Shannon Ammons
The program follows the traditional HBS method of case studies. According to the program announcement: "Through case studies of a diverse set of nonprofits, you'll gain an invaluable understanding of the core concepts crucial to nonprofit leadership. This newfound insight will enable you to lead organizational change by developing customized strategies and effective implementation plans."
Past recipients of the fellowship have responded enthusiastically. Wrote one recipient, "attending this program will forever positively affect the way I lead my organization in our strategic decision making...the program at Harvard was excellent... I left convinced that mlore nonprofit executives from Alabama should get an opportunity to do this program. Our state would be a better place for it?"
The fellowship pays for the cost of tuition and room and board. The cost of transportation is up to the recipient.
For more information regarding application, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may read more information about the program by going to : http://www.exed.hbs.edu/programs/spnm or looking up the program by its title in a search engine.