The Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations supports the mission of nonprofits through a blend of services and programs that nurture the development and prosperity of nonprofit organizations and their leadership. Mandel Center faculty are research leaders in the field who make their findings available to students and the wider community through forums and lectures. In addition, the peer-reviewed journal Nonprofit Management and Leadership was founded here in 1990 and is headquartered at the Mandel Center.
A student’s education need not end with his or her degree: professional development programs at the Mandel Center ensure that alumni, their organizations, and nonprofit stakeholders have continued access to the latest research and the best resources. These include a number of well-established and widely respected programs:
With a Mandel Center degree or certificate, a student will gain the skills needed to meet the persistent demands of nonprofit leaders today. The center’s faculty consists of highly skilled professionals who have a wealth of expertise from both an academic and community perspective and the center’s teaching approach is dynamic and interactive with an emphasis on management skills and knowledge needed to address a wide range of issues confronting nonprofits today.