Philanthropy Studies

A new development in Jewish academia: Hebrew University’s Rothberg International School is starting an MA program in Philanthropy Studies.

This intensive two-year program is designed to create a cadre of community leaders with cutting-edge skills and ample theoretical and practical knowledge in the areas of leadership and philanthropy, who are acquainted with the Third Sector, i.e. non-profit organizations. This unique program offers the students a broad perspective in the management of non-profit and communal organizations and in the rapidly developing area of philanthropic studies.

(Thanks to JTA for the tip.)

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