The Executive Scholar Certificate in Nonprofit Management is designed to help nonprofit leaders like you develop your skill-sets, prepare you to tackle tough organizational challenges, and inspire you to drive your organization’s mission forward.
This certificate distinguishes you as a leader, is customized to your professional development goals, and confers you with Kellogg Executive Scholar benefits upon completion. It involves taking five programs of your choosing over a five year period. See below for more detailed information and how to get started.
We offer personalized advising to help you plan your path to certificate completion. Contact us to speak with our Scholar Advisor to discuss your goals.
Overall, you can expect to pay between ~$6,500 to $12,000 depending on the program choices you make and if you apply for Center scholarships.
The Scholar Certificate is designed to be extremely flexible as it is personalized to your learning goals and timeline. You have within five years of your first program to complete your remaining requirements. Go as quickly or as slowly as you would like, and select the programs that are the best fit for your professional goals. We are here to help so do reach out anytime you have any questions or if you would like advising.
There are no admission or academic requirements since all of our programs are non-degree continuing education. All of our programs are designed specifically for organizational leaders like you.
Contact our Scholar advisor to see how your previously taken cohort based program fits into your Scholar Certificate.
Your first four Center for Nonprofit Management programs do not include accommodations. Most programs are held on our downtown Chicago campus, just off of the Magnificent Mile. Here is a list of nearby hotels.
However, most "capstone" programs include room and board in the list price.
Questions about which Center for Nonprofit Management programs are right for you? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to helping you in your lifelong-learning journey.