Dear Graduate Students:
If you are interested in earning a certificate in International Development or Nonprofit Management, please join us at the following information session to learn more about these programs.
Monday, March 18, 2013
12:30 pm – 1:20 pm
Parrington Hall, Room 112
The one-year International Development Policy and Management Certificate program gives you the tools and frameworks needed for addressing pressing international issues in developing countries. The program explores the root causes of unique problems, and the social, economic, and political contexts in which they occur.
The one-year Nonprofit Management Certificate program gives you the tools and framework needed to meet the increasing challenges facing the nonprofit sector today. Students are drawn from diverse departments across the University of Washington (UW), giving the core courses a distinctive, interdisciplinary perspective on the unique issues facing the nonprofit community.
Only current UW graduate students are eligible to apply. The certificates are designed to be incorporated into your graduate studies during your second and/or final year in school.
All application materials are due in the Evans Student Services Office (Parrington Hall, room 109) by 5pm on April 15th.
Further information and the link to application materials can be found here:
If you are unable to attend the session above, but would like to learn more about the IDCP or Nonprofit programs, please don’t hesitate to contact the Evans School at evansdss or 206-543-4900.
Alexandra (Alix) Furness, Director of International Programs
Evans School of Public Affairs
109A Parrington Hall