UW Faculty Spotlight Features Ruth Bernstein and the School of IAS Nonprofit Management Program

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Tacoma is the only UW campus that offers a minor in Nonprofit Management. The program sets students up with a 120-hour internship, which puts them behind the scenes at local museums, food banks, co-ops, and established orgs like United Way and the YMCA. They sit in at board meetings, chat with executive directors, and comb through financial reports.

The School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences (SIAS) is proud to share the University of Washington faculty Friday spotlight of Ruth BernsteinRuth Bernstein, UW Tacoma Nonprofit Management minor coordinator

Bernstein runs the SIAS Nonprofit Management program at the University of Washington Tacoma--the only UW campus to offer a Nonprofit Management minor. For students who already have a bachelor's degree, the program offers a certificate in Nonprofit Management.

Bernstein is currently a lecturer, though she will move into an assistant professor role in the fall. She has taught nonprofit management at the University of Washington Tacoma since 2012.

Bernstein has a B.S. from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, an M.S. from Brown University, an M.A. from Indiana University and a Doctor of Management from Case Western Reserve University.

See Ruth Bernstein's complete profile here.

Visit the SIAS Nonprofit Management minor or certificate page to learn more about the program.

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Meridith Hatch / May 20, 2016
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Originally posted on  by Quinn Russell Brown. This entry was posted in Faculty FridaySpotlight