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Nonprofit Management

Nonprofit Management

Louis Stromberg — MSNM Student

Louis Stromberg was the first Spertus Institute student to graduate from BOTH the Nonprofit Management and Jewish Professional Studies programs. He now is Assistant Director of the B'nai B'rith Perlman Camp, Washington, DC.

We are no longer accepting applicants for this program.

Information for Graduates
Although Spertus Institute no longer offers the MSNM or MSHSA programs, nothing about your MSNM or MSHSA degree changes.

Spertus Institute remains accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Likewise, official transcripts and degree verification will be available when you need them for employment, to continue your education, or for any reason. You will always have the benefits and opportunities of having an earned degree from Spertus.

When Spertus Institute began its graduate programs in Nonprofit Manangement programs in 1982, there were few higher education options for nonprofit professionals. Today, in a sign of real progress for the nonprofit community, that is no longer the case and we have made the difficult decision to discontinue this program. We are extremely proud of the program's more than 1,500 graduates, who today lead organizations, inspire change, and serve communities across the country. We hope you will stay in touch so we can hear about and celebrate your accomplishments. 

Alumni Resources

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For Those Looking for Graduate Programs in Nonprofit Manangement

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For Employers

Spertus Institute offers a free listing service for employers. These listings are available to the nonprofit community and Spertus students/alumni. By listing a position, you reach passionate professionals who have committed themselves to careers in nonprofits. MORE>