Quincy Williams, Director of American Humanics
School of Public/Nonprofit Administration
228C Devos, 401 W. Fulton
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
In addition to coursework and internships, students must participate in co-curricular activities coordinated by the AH Student Association (ASHA). Throughout the year, the AH Student Association will organize several leadership and networking opportunities for AH students. Students will be required to attend the AH Management Institute (AHMI) at least once (it is typically held in January in various locations across the U.S.). Students will be expected to raise money or pay for their conference experience. (Approximately $800)
The American Humanics Nonprofit Management Certificate is based on a set of competencies that are classified as either knowledge (something that a graduate should know) or skill (something that a graduate should experience prior to graduation). Competencies may be achieved through volunteering, coursework, a required internship, on-the-job activities, or through student association activities.
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