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Students in our groundbreaking Nonprofit Management program question traditional practices to reinvigorate social innovation organizations and initiatives.
Develop your critical thinking skills and gain real-world management experience to pioneer innovation in the fastest-growing employment sector in the US. You’ll learn management techniques to reinvigorate nonprofits, develop new models for social entrepreneurship, and push thriving
companies to be their best.
Change begins with a question. What will you ask?
Erica Kohl-Arenas, Assistant Professor of Nonprofit Management and recent author of The Self-Help Myth: How Philanthropy Fails to Alleviate Poverty, challenges conventional thought to explore how philanthropy maintains systems of inequality.
"Milano pushes you to understand social, political, and economic dynamics in order to foster change at a grassroots level."
Anamaria Vrabie, Milano School alumna
With a world-class faculty, a collaborative cross-disciplinary approach, and learning experiences that extend far beyond the classroom, The New School offers you a chance to become a world changer. The Milano School has long been recognized for
its innovative approach to educating leaders who make a measurable
difference, with many graduates leading public, private, creative, and
nongovernmental institutions around the world and in New York City.