Nonprofit Leadership Alliance

Nonprofit Leadership Alliance student Logan Mitchell on the AMI conference, fundraising and finding a home in the nonprofit sector

Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Student Association members won the Excellence in Student Fundraising Award at the annual Alliance Management Institute conference in Kansas City this January. The association's director of development, ASU student Logan Mitchell, is pictured here, fourth from the left in the back row, with the ASU attendees.

Public Allies Arizona and the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance collaborate for Presentations on Impact

Quick facts

The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, formerly American Humanics, is a national alliance of colleges, universities and nonprofit organizations dedicated to educating, preparing and certifying professionals to strengthen and lead nonprofit organizations. At ASU, the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Student Association (NLASA) helps students build competencies leading to their earning the Certified Nonprofit Professional credential, the only nationally recognized credential that prepares students for leadership in the nonprofit sector. It can be earned with any undergraduate degree.

Public Allies Arizona is a 10-month AmeriCorps program that places emerging young leaders at local nonprofits for full-time paid apprenticeships. Allies come from many backgrounds and do not need to attend ASU. Its mission is to create a just and equitable society and the diverse leadership to sustain it.

Nonprofit Leadership Alliance at ASU certifies students to change the world

Support the future, today

Members of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Student Association at ASU work towards the Certified Nonprofit Professional credential, which can be earned with any undergraduate degree.

The students' capstone experience is the Alliance Management Institute, a transformational three-day conference. They have launched a fundraising campaign to send 14 students to AMI 2020. Invest in the future of the sector by November 20.

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