Kellogg Executive Scholars Program

Executive Education

Description

The Kellogg Executive Scholars Program delivers the academic rigor and professional relevance executives demand, and offers the flexibility you need in order to achieve your specific professional goals. The Scholars Program links courses sponsored by Nonprofit Management at Kellogg with the executive education programs at the Kellogg School’s highly regarded James L. Allen Center in Evanston, IL. Successful participants receive a Certificate of Professional Achievement in Nonprofit Management.

The Kellogg Scholars Program allows you to select from a variety of in-depth executive education programs, to customize your experience and to focus on the topics that are most important to you and your organization.

The Certificate of Professional Achievement in Nonprofit Management requires the completion of five programs, four sponsored by Nonprofit Management at Kellogg and one offered by the James L. Allen Center. The Certificate awards participants with lifelong learning and networking benefits, including invitations to Kellogg School alumni and executive education activities, opportunities to participate in Kellogg alumni clubs and events, access to faculty research and publications, and a 30 percent discount to future open enrollment executive education programs at the Allen Center.

If you are looking for a way to gain additional management skills and to interact with like-minded professionals from the for-profit and nonprofit worlds, the Kellogg Scholars Program can help you meet your goals and enhance the success of your organization.

To learn about the Executive Scholars program, click here.

To apply to the Kellogg Executive Scholars Program, click here.

To view the Kellogg Executive Scholars Curriculum Guide, click here.

For further information, please contact Jennifer Paul or 847-467-0866.