Harvard Grads Subsidized to Take Nonprofit Jobs: Good, Bad or Irrelevant?
By Eugene Fram
According to the May 31, 2013 issue of Bloomberg Businessweek, the Harvard Business School Leadership Fellows Program, a special MBA program, supplements its grads’ beginning nonprofit salaries of $45,000 with another $50,000. Over the last 13 years only 106 students have been placed with a total of 47 organizations. However, the 19 grads in the 2013 group is the largest one ever.
Is this a “canary in the mine” singing about coming changes in the backgrounds needed for nonprofit management? (more…)