- board governance
- program evaluation
- diversity and equity
- strategic planning
The Seattle University Master of Nonprofit Leadership (MNPL) program offers a practicum for graduate students during their second year of studies. The MNPL practicum is designed to (1) support nonprofit organizations in select areas of nonprofit leadership and management, where students work to assess current strategies and make recommendations, and (2) allow our graduate students to apply their education and develop their nonprofit leadership skills through practical application.
Each fall, we seek regional nonprofits that are interested in a student providing analysis and recommendations in one of the following areas:
Once matched, individual students are available to work with an organization for 3 to 5 hours a week from December through March. Under the supervision of our faculty, the students conduct assessments, analyze opportunities, and deliver implementation-ready recommendations to the organization.
Nonprofit directors from Old Goats Home & Rescue on Vashon Island and Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB) and MNPL students talk about the benefits of the practicum for all
Apr 15, 2021