Community Partners is in its 15th year of awarding full scholarships to local nonprofit leaders to attend executive education programs offered through the Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Initiative. We provide scholarship recipients with financial support for full tuition, course materials, and on-campus accommodations in order to attend these programs:
PMNO shows nonprofit leaders how to use organizational performance measurement to help enhance the organization’s ability to deliver on its mission. Through classroom exercises, group discussions, and individual coursework, participants examine and conceptualize a new performance measurement and management system for nonprofit organizations.
SPNM guides nonprofit Executive Directors and CEOs as they explore proactive methods for mastering nonprofit leadership in uncertain times. Through case studies of a diverse set of nonprofits, participants gain invaluable insights to develop customized strategies and effective implementation plans.
Elizabeth is the Managing Director of Programs at NJ LEEP, a college access and success program that seeks to prepare low-income and first generation youth from underserved communities in the greater Newark area for college and careers.
Alvaro is the Director of Governance and Country Advising at the International Planned Parenthood Federation/Western Hemisphere Region (IPPF/WHR), a leader in the movement for sexual and reproductive health and rights in the Americas and the Caribbean.
Clovis is the Managing Director of Programs at Grand Street Settlement, Inc. (GSS). GSS expands opportunities for low-income families and individuals by providing culturally relevant services that support community-building, advocacy, self-determination, and an enriched quality of life.
Jill is the Executive Director of Hunts Point Alliance for Children which was created in 2007 to inspire Hunts Point youth to envision a limitless future and empower parents to be advocates for their families, and champions for their children.
Renee Blinkwolt is the Executive Director of Ars Nova which exists to discover, develop, and launch singular theater, music, and comedy artists who are in the early stages of their professional careers.
NY Sun Works is a non-profit organization that builds innovative science labs in urban schools. Its Greenhouse Project Initiative uses hydroponic farming technology to educate students and teachers about the science of sustainability.