Mini-MBA: Crummer Management Certificate Program Scholarship
Offered through the Rollins Management & Executive Education program at the Roy E. Crummer Graduage School of Business, the Crummer Management Certificate Program provides a fast and comprehensive way to update your management skills. This 18-week Mini-MBA™ provides solid grounding in current business theory and practices that today's professionals need to succeed. The Philanthropy Center offers a limited number of scholarships to paid staff of 501c3 organizations that are members of the Philanthropy Center.
To apply, download and complete the Mini-MBA Scholarship Application Form below.
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• Mini-MBA Application (Word document)
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Martin Bell MBA Scholarship
The Martin Bell Scholarship is awarded annually to a senior nonprofit professional who demonstrates exemplary leadership in his or her field. It was established in 1988 in honor of Dr. Martin L. Bell a former Rollins MBA executive MBA director, who was a passionate advocate of business graduates using their skills to benefit charitable organizations.
Certificate in Human Resources Management
Offered through the Rollins Management & Executive Education Program at the Roy E. Crummer Graduate School of Business. Over seven weeks, the Human Resource Management Certificate Program provides a practical foundation to manage an organization's most valuable resource: human resources. Full-time staff of Philanthropy Center member organizations receive a discount on tuition. This offer does not apply to volunteers or board members. To learn more or to register, visit Management and Executive Education.
Rollins MBA Nonprofit Board Member Program
Since 2006 the Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership Center, in partnership with the Rollins
MBA Center for Leadership Development, has successfully placed our Early Advantage MBA students onto nonprofit boards. These bright, energetic young people have proven to be valuable additions to the boards they serve. Read more...