10/28/2016

Nonprofit Clinic: Student Consulting Program Accepting Applications

 

The Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership is offering free consulting services to nonprofit organizations in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Organizations selected for the program will be assigned advanced-level graduate student consultants for approximately 11-weeks between January-April 2017 at no cost to the organization. 

The Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership is offering free consulting services to nonprofit organizations in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Organizations selected for the program will be assigned advanced-level graduate student consultants for approximately 11-weeks between January-April 2017 at no cost to the organization. Graduate students will carry out their work under the direct supervision of Dr. Kevin Kearns, director of the Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership and GSPIA Professor.  Organizations selected for the program will be assigned advanced-level graduate student consultants for approximately 11-weeks between January-April 2017 at no cost to the organization. 

Over the past seven years, the Nonprofit Clinic has served more than 70 nonprofit clients in the Greater Pittsburgh region with impressive results with consulting engagements on topics including rebranding, marketing, program evaluation, fundraising, and feasibility studies. If you would like to participate in the Clinic, please contact lfmcshane@pitt.edu for the application form. Applications due to kkearns@pitt.edu by Wednesday, November 30, 2016.