Adjunct Lecturer — Non-profit Governance
This course introduces students to nonprofit management, beginning with the history of philanthropy and the emergence of the nonprofit sector. Classical organizational theory and principles as well as current management and supervision practices are applied to the structure, resources and mission of the nonprofit organization. Special attention is focused on collaborative strategic planning. The instructor will teach students to develop an understanding of the evolution and development of individual nonprofit organizations and the nonprofit sector, and how they fit into U.S. political culture and the U.S. constitutional system. Demonstrate critical thinking and writing skills to analyze and manage nonprofit settings.
- Demonstrate collaborative leadership/strategic planning skills used in the nonprofit organization.
- Understand the major forces that have brought about changes in the function, size, and characteristics of the nonprofit sector and that continue to challenge nonprofit organizations and their leaders today demonstrate competencies in strengthening neighborhoods and communities through collaborative/strategic management efforts.
PhD preferred, master’s degree minimum.
- Experience teaching adult students in an urban, multicultural, setting.
- Professional experience related to the subject matter.
Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to [email protected], place job title in subject line or Human Resources Department, Metropolitan College of New York, 60 West Street, New York, NY 10006. MCNY is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
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