Sunday, May 19, 2013
Legal services organizations are facing an unprecedented change in their historical business model. Nonprofits are experiencing an abrupt shift from reliable sources of government funding to an increased reliance on foundation and individual giving. Along with funding changes, a new generation of executive directors are emerging as the baby boomers retire.
The program’s intensive ten-month curriculum, with faculty drawn from the for-profit, larger nonprofit, and academic sectors, expands the capacity of the nonprofits to serve their clients. The program supports and trains a diverse class of executive directors and emerging leaders in core business and management skills.
OneJustice launched the inaugural class of the OneJustice Executive Fellowship in September 2010 to respond to the need of nonprofits to develop strong management skills and train the next generation of diverse leaders. OneJustice thanks the Marcled Foundation for it leadership and investment in making this program possible.
Applications for the 2013-2014 Fellowship will be available in June 2013. For more information about the OneJustice Executive Fellowship, please contact Thieu Do at tdo(at)one-justice(dot)org.