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Phoenix Project: 2009 Nonprofit Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship Program

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Phoenix Project: 2009 Nonprofit Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship Program

Post  driverx77 on Sat Nov 29, 2008 2:45 pm

Passing this along from Dr. Mahoney and the Wilder School:

FYI: Students interested in Working in Nonprofit Organizations: Phoenix Project: 2009 Nonprofit Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship Program

Dear Wilder Undergrads;

Dr. Cathy Howard has asked that I forward this message to you about the Phoenix Project:

"The six week residential summer program, held in Petersburg, Virginia, is the only opportunity for exceptional students from around the state to come together to obtain the knowledge, skills and relationships required for their role as the Commonwealth’s next generation of change makers. The program includes an intensive academic session that prepares students to work with nonprofit organizations and municipal agencies on the frontlines of battling poverty in one of Virginia’s most economically distressed communities."

If you are interested, please read on.

John Mahoney

John S. Mahoney Jr., Ph.D.
Director, Undergraduate Programs
L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs

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The Phoenix Project is officially kicking of the recruitment season for the 2009 Nonprofit Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship Program. We invite you to partner with us to ensure that the best students are selected to participate and represent your university by nominating potential applicants using our online form: http://www.phoenixproject.org/nlpnominate.


The six week residential summer program, held in Petersburg, Virginia, is the only opportunity for exceptional students from around the state to come together to obtain the knowledge, skills and relationships required for their role as the Commonwealth’s next generation of change makers. The program includes an intensive academic session that prepares students to work with nonprofit organizations and municipal agencies on the frontlines of battling poverty in one of Virginia’s most economically distressed communities.

Please visit our online nomination form today and provide the contact information for (at least) your top three candidates. We will reach out to each nominee and invite them to apply for this unique opportunity.

Best wishes for a relaxing and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday.

Warm regards,
David

G. David Carter
Director of Programs and General Counsel
The Phoenix Project
(703) 425-3532
david@phoenixproject.org


Address postal inquiries to:
The Phoenix Project
PO Box 2304
Springfield, VA 22152
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