Nonprofits help people and change the world. But a nonprofit organization doesn’t operate for long without a solid business plan and the means to coordinate resources, distribute services, and raise funds. That’s where an MBA can become a helping hand for the helping hands.
"Look for flexibility and a lot of course options in the MBA curriculum, including independent study options or nonprofit electives."
Learn more from Jessica Brazelton, Executive Director
"Check out which recruiters the school has a strong relationship with."
Learn more from Cicely Brown, Micro, Small and Medium size Enterprise (MSME) Development Officer
"For nonprofit management, choose a strong generalist MBA or an MBA with a nonprofit track."
Learn more from Ben Chapman, Manager of HR and Institutional Development