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Volunteers in Transition Certificate Program

August 2–7, 2015

Qualities of leadership exhibited by postgraduate volunteers are increasingly recognized by employers. The goal of this week-long certificate program is to offer tools and resources to help volunteers transition from volunteering to employment. The certificate program is open to anyone who has completed a year or more of full-time volunteer service. The certificate program will be held at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana during the week of August 2–7, 2015. The program is free and includes a $150 stipend to help cover travel and food. Also, free lodging is available in an on-campus air-conditioned dormitory, double room occupancy.
 
The Volunteers In Transition Certificate Program in Career Management is presented by the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business Master of Nonprofit Administration Program in collaboration with the Center for Social Concerns.

View 2015 Volunteers in Transition Program.

View testimonials from past participants.

The application will be available soon.

Application deadline: Monday, April 27, 2015

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PROGRAM LEADERS

 

Marc Hardy

Director of Nonprofit Executive Education

MNA Program

University of Notre Dame

340 Mendoza College of Business

Notre Dame, IN 46556

Email: mhardy@nd.edu

Phone: 574-631-1087

 

Michael Hebbeler

Program Director

Student Leadership and Senior Transitions

Center for Social Concerns

132 Geddes Hall

Notre Dame, IN  46556

Email: hebbeler.2@nd.edu
Phone: 574-631-5779

 

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