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American Humanics is a national alliance of over 75 colleges and universities and more than 50 nonprofit organizations. American Humanics mission is to educate, prepare, and certify professionals to strengthen and lead nonprofit organizations. American Humanics efforts are directed at undergraduate students interested in integrating their career goals with their desire to serve humanity. Professor Stan Altman, Baruch campus director of the American Humanics Program notes "The New York City Metropolitan region is the home of over 30,000 nonprofit organizations with annual revenues that exceed $43 billion; the American Humanics program at Baruch may open new career opportunities in the nonprofit sector for students who share nonprofit organizations' vision of service to humanity."
Click here to read the full history of the American Humanics Program founded by H. Roe Bartle.

Both Graduate and Undergraduate students are welcome into the Program.

 

Contact Information

To speak to an American Humanics Coordinator or the Campus Director, please see the directory listed below. You may request a brochure or personal consultation.

Jennifer Harrington
American Humanics Coordinator for
School of Public Affairs

135 E 22nd Street 1009
New York, NY 10010
jennifer.harrington@baruch.cuny.edu

 

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