Marlboro College Graduate School

Program in Nonprofit Management

The Program in Nonprofit Management at Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies supports nonprofit executive staff and trustees who wish to be outstanding leaders in their organizations and their communities. We seek to empower the next generation of nonprofit leaders with the technical competency, management skills and self-confidence to achieve their organizational missions effectively and efficiently, for the ultimate benefit of society.

With a focus on professional development for practitioners, we offer:

Marlboro is also proud to be the lead agency for Benchmarks for a Better Vermont, a two-year collaborative initiative to strengthen performance measurement in the nonprofit sector.

If you'd like to learn more about any of our offerings, please complete our Inquiry Form.  

The Program in Nonprofit Management at Marlboro College trains the leaders of our region's mission-driven organizations to be strategic, efficient and effective. 

Mission-driven in Vermont

Vermont has a thriving nonprofit sector and has emerged as a leader in the creation of new corporate structures that allow for multiple bottom lines.

According to the 2010 state-of-the-sector report by the Vermont Community Foundation:

What if we look beyond traditional 501(c)(3) organizations? From the early days of Ben & Jerry's and Seventh Generation to newer initiatives like the local food agri-innovators of Hardwick and the community-oriented venture capital firm Underdog Ventures in Island Pond, from the vibrant farm to school movement to the ground-breaking legislation in support of L3C "low profit limited liability corporations," Vermont is a global center of innovation for socially-responsible enterprise.

Tapping into the energy and creativity around community-oriented, values-driven work in our region, Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies provides management education and leadership training so that people passionate about mission can do good... better.

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To learn more about becoming a graduate student here, consider visiting us in Brattleboro during a class weekend. Meet faculty and students and hear more about the program. Contact Matt Livingston to make arrangements.

Nonprofit Management

    1. Overview
    2. MS Managing Mission-Driven Organizations
    3. Certificate in Nonprofit Management
    4. Graduate Courses
    5. Board Trainings
    6. Special Workshops
    7. Faculty
    8. Nonprofit Jobs & Careers
    9. Graduates at Work

Quick Quiz

What fraction of American nonprofits have 1 month or less of cash on hand?

Source: Nonprofit Finance Fund 2011 State of the Sector Survey

What percent of lifeline nonprofit organizations in America were able to meet the demand for services in 2010?

Source: Nonprofit Finance Fund 2011 State of the Sector Survey

What’s the number one thing nonprofits wish funders would do differently?

Source: Nonprofit Finance Fund 2011 State of the Sector Survey

How much is the Executive Director of a small nonprofit paid?

Source: Guidestar Compensation Report, 10th edition, September 2010

By 2016, larger nonprofits will need ____ new senior managers per year?

Source: “A Growing Leadership Gap,” Chronicle of Philanthropy, vol. 21, issue 13 (April 23, 2009)

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