The Arts & Business Council of Chicago (A&BC) is excited to assist the Harvard Business School Club of Chicago (HBSCC) in recommending passionate arts and cultural leaders to HBSCC’s Community Impact Scholar program. The Community Impact Scholar Program will provide Executive Directors of arts and cultural nonprofit organizations exceptional professional learning through fully-funded coursework at the Harvard Extension School. Executive Directors accepted into the Community Impact Scholar program will be matched to attend one of three courses offered in the Management Certificate Program at the Harvard Extension School at Harvard University in Cambridge, MA for the Fall 2019 semester.
Qualified candidates for the Community Impact Scholar program are Executive Directors of arts and cultural organizations (3+ years in current position) with annual budgets under $1 million dollars.
Interested Executive Directors are encouraged to complete a short online application including a current resume, letter of recommendation from the organization’s board President /Board Chair, and a writing sample. The writing sample will not be considered during the application and selection process. Writing samples of selected candidates will be provided to Harvard Extension School at the time of course registration.
A&BC is committed to removing barriers that are faced by equity-seeking groups including veterans, people with disabilities, individuals who identify as members of ALAANA communities, and individuals who identify as LGBTQIA+. Members of these groups are encouraged (but are not required) to self-identify as such in their application.
In furtherance of Harvard Business School’s mission, the HBS Club of Chicago looks to inspire, educate and support Non Profit Leaders who make a difference in the Chicago area and provide channels for our Club’s members to make a positive impact in the community.
For more information, email Braden Cleary at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312.372.1876 ext. 105.