If you’ve been looking for a way to stand out from the crowd of fellow job seekers vying for a nonprofit career, the idea of earning a graduate degree in a program that best supports your career interests may have come to mind. This article is an entryway into the exciting (and daunting!) world of graduate school funding opportunities.
A few years ago, I had to scrape together a series of part-time gigs after losing my job. My former employer, hit hard by increasing health care costs and declining insurance reimbursement, could no longer afford to keep me on as a full-time staff member. I had to get my personal finances in order
If the thought of going to grad school has been on your mind but you’re not sure if your interests translate into an actual degree, check out these unique degree programs and see if you find a fit.
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When you are clear on the skills you need to learn, the professionals you want to work with, the type of degree you want and your price range you will have a great list of criteria by which you can evaluate graduate programs and find the right fit for you.
When I lecture students or chat with my own friends who are pursing graduate degrees, they constantly mention their fears of being prepared only for the academic world. If that is your concern too, here are a few tips to keep in mind.
Most people search for scholarships to help cover the cost of their graduate degree. However, there are plenty of other resources available, if you do a little digging.
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If you have been wondering how to pursue a socially-minded career path, advance your skills in the nonprofit sector, make a difference, or deepen your impact, you may be contemplating the idea of going to grad school.
If you’ve been thinking about going to graduate school, the Summer can be a great…