Global Philanthropy in India: Education and Project Engagement with NGOs and Social Enterprises
In partnership with the Grameen Foundation and its Bankers without Borders program, students spent approximately three weeks in India during the 2015 Winter Term providing direct, project assistance to a pre-selected group of poverty-focused social enterprises and NGOs, including customized tasks and deliverables to ensure they fulfill all the expectations of a policy school project course.
Israel and Jordan: Engaging and Exploring the Complexities of Global Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership
In January 2014, we embarked on our first abroad program. For three weeks, nineteen undergraduate and graduate students traveled throughout Israel and Jordan on a once-in-a-lifetime study abroad experience. The course, led by Dr. Noah Drezner, analyzed global philanthropy and the role of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), focusing on the many diverse and complex humanitarian, philanthropic, and NGO leadership issues facing the two countries and the region in general.