Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management Newsletter

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Tuesday, October 15, 2013
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Baruch College Information & Technology Building
Newman Conference Center, 7th Floor, Room 750
151 East 25th Street (Lexington & 3rd Avenues)

The seminar will discuss key ingredients for a successful partnership between students, organizations and colleges, as well as the benefits for each party.

How students have used internships to:
•  Develop professional skills and network; and
•  Test settings for potential careers

How organizations have used internships to:
•  Strengthen organizational capacity and programs; and
•  Develop strategic relationships with colleges and universities.

How internships are used by colleges to:
•  Build partnerships with organizations active in the fields served; and
•  Encourage the exchange of ideas – research findings and best practices.

Stan Altman
School of Public Affairs,
Baruch College

Carmen Cortez
Assistant, Alumni
Leadership Development,
Teach for America

Molly Delano

Director, Human Rights
Education, Global Kids
Chris Hanway
Executive Director, Jacob A. Riis
Neighborhood Settlement House

George Suttles

Vice President, Senior
Philanthropic Relationship
Manager Philanthropic Solutions,
U.S. Trust, Bank of America
Private Wealth Management

Michael Watson

Former Senior Vice President,
Human Resources, Girl Scouts
of the USA

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For more information about our seminars and other activities, or to join our mailing list, please email us or visit our website. CNSM is part of Baruch College School of Public Affairs. Baruch is located in six buildings along Lexington Avenue from 25th Street to 22nd Street. Most of our events take place on the Baruch campus.
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