Schulich Announces MBA Scholarships for Future Nonprofit Leaders

New funds to supplement unpaid internships in the social sector

The Schulich Nonprofit Management Association has established new scholarships available to MBA students in Schulich School of Business' Nonprofit Management Program.

The scholarships will include three awards worth $1,000 for three years starting in September 2012. They are intended to help students support themselves while they pursue the program's requisite work placement in a nonprofit organization, which can last for up to four months and is often unpaid.

Recipients "must demonstrate financial need," and specialize in the Nonprofit Management and Leadership Program, according to a press release.

For more information, please see the Schulich press release.

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