Learning Outcomes

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Maureen Emerson Feit, PhD
Director of the Nonprofit Leadership Program
JEFF 401
206.296.5457
feitm@seattleu.edu

Hoang Ngo, PhD
Graduate Program Coordinator
JEFF 401
206.296.5493
ngoh@seattleu.edu

Sarah Curtis-Tilton
Senior Administrative Assistant
206.296.5491
curtists@seattleu.edu

Graduate Admissions
206.220.8010
grad-admissions@seattleu.edu

The MNPL Program is physically located in
Jefferson Building 401
4th Floor
E Jefferson St & 14th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
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When completing the Master of Nonprofit Leadership program, students should possess specific core competencies in certain areas including: 

  • Leadership - Demonstrate understanding of theories of ethical and values based leadership.
  • Foundations of Sector; Governance - Articulate broad understanding of history, development and function of philanthropic and nonprofit organizations.
  • Visioning and Planning - Demonstrate ability to identify need, analyze opportunities, articulate vision and develop appropriate strategies to address key social issues.
  • Communication - Write and speak in ways that inspire diverse audiences to take collective action for a more just and humane world.
  • Resources - Demonstrate ability to select and utilize strategies needed to acquire and allocate all resources necessary to accomplish an organization's mission.

 

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The MNPL program helped me build a network in a city that was new to me, increased my confidence… and continues to offer guidance and support.

Liz Flores-Marcus, MNPL '16

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