Non-profit fellowship applications open
30 Nov 18
Applications for the 2019 Harvard Club of Victoria’s Non-Profit Fellowship to the Social Enterprise Program at Harvard Business School opened earlier this month on Monday 12 November.
Each year the Harvard Club sends up to three CEOs from the Victorian not-for-profit sector to the Harvard Graduate School of Business Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management (SPNM) course
Now in its 20th year, the Fellowship is open to CEOs in the not-for-profit sector working for organisations that have a focus on areas including alcohol and drug services, disability, Indigenous, children and family services, family violence, housing and homelessness, mental health, refugee resettlement and youth affairs.
Providing an outstanding leadership and development opportunity, the Fellowship includes admission to the course and AUD$14,000 of funding to cover the Strategic Perspective in Non-Profit Management course fees (tuition and case materials, accommodation, and meals), as well as travel to and from Boston plus a study tour to not-for-profit organisations in North America.
Taking place on the Harvard Business School campus in Boston, USA on 14 July until 20 July, the organisations wishing to apply must be based in Victoria, have DGR status and have annual revenues over AUD$3 million.
Previous recipients include Joanna Fletcher from Women’s Legal Service Victoria, Christine Mathieson from the Victorian Deaf Society and Sharon McGowan from the Stroke Foundation.
Submissions close 10 February 2019 with shortlisted candidates interviewed on 30 March 2019.