Whether as an entrepreneur, a problem-solver or a community mobilizer — you want to be part of building a better world. You take your work and its contributions seriously. You naturally gravitate towards big challenges where the payoffs are great.
The nonprofit and philanthropic sector, one of the largest in the Canadian economy, needs people like you. In the midst of tremendous change, it needs a fresh wave of professionals with a distinctive set of skills to push boundaries, innovate and make change.
Our Graduate Diploma or Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership will prepare you for positions of responsibility working in or with the sector. Through a combination of a summer institute and intensive, online courses, you’ll learn how to strengthen your organization and collaborate with governments and businesses to find workable, ethical approaches for addressing complex contemporary issues.
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Amanda Clarke: Tenure = Nirvana?
The lead-up to tenure is a stressful, frantic period of writing, teaching, and research. But once you’ve been promoted, then what? Professors Irena Knezvic and Amanda Clarke share how they navigated that transition and what they are...
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Adriana Hernandez-Soriano: Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership
I am a first-generation Salvadoran Canadian born in Montreal, Quebec, raised in Kingston, Ontario and now live in Ottawa. I attended Carleton University and received my BA (Hons.)...
Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Susan Phillips Talks to The Philanthropist about Advocacy
The Advocacy Riddle How do we ensure the sector has a significant voice in affecting public policy? New research shines a light on the sector’s advocacy efforts, the related challenges,...
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