American Humanics students are back home and fired up since attending the American Humanics Management Insitute (AHMI) in Orlando, Florida! After raising nearly $15,000, 23 students from UTSA were in attendance. This is the most money raised and the largest number of student attendance in UTSA history.
We would like to thank all our partners and donors who made this trip possible for American Humanics students.
AHMI 2011 Sponsors:
For a complete list of partner and donors please click here.
We are so grateful to have such amazing advocates who believe in helping certify tomorrow's nonprofit leaders. THANK YOU!
AH at UTSA received the 2010 Sprint Foundation Program Excellence Award from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance (formerly American Humanics, Inc.) for contributions and excellence in the 2009-2010 academic school year. Out of the over 55 universities in the alliance, UTSA and Auburn University Montgomery were the only two to be recognized for Excellence. The Sprint Foundation Program Excellence Award is granted to the American Humanics campus program that exemplifies overall best practices in student recruitment, internship placement, marketing and certifications. To see our nomination video please click here.
We want to especially thank Dr. Dennis Haynes, Interim Dean, for being there with us when we accepted our award in Orlando, Florida. The support for our Program from the College of Public Policy is clear under his leadership.
This is AH at UTSA's third National Award: the 2007 Excellence in Public Relations Award & the 2009 Outstanding Certifications Benchmark Award.
American Humanics at UTSA is a national certification program in nonprofit management and leadership. Students participate in the program though coursework in nonprofit management at the graduate and undergraduate levels and membership in the American Humanics Student Association (AHSA), which is an organization dedicated to providing its members with cultural and social co-curricular opportunities with the intent of enriching the students' professional leadership potential in the field of nonprofit management and leadership in conjunction with American Humanics, Inc. and The University of Texas at San Antonio.
FOLLOW UP: MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL
Our first project is up and running! The LEARN and SERVE students at Memorial High School will be partnering with SpaySA and hosting a Spay/ Neuter clinic at The Neighborhood Place on Friday, January 28, 2011.
During this block walk they will also be distributing event information that will provide appointment information for the spay/ neuter clinic. During the clinic, Animal Defense League will be distributing information, and LEARN and SERVE Students have invited the Family Career and Community Leaders of America, (FCCLA), to conduct a fundraiser for their student organization.
The students that are a part of the LEARN and SERVE project will be giving a presentation to FCCLA on Thursday January 20th, on a summary of the LEARN and SERVE project, and all of the students will be provided with a block walk safety training from the Talk About It! Campaign.
So, you landed the job working for an amazing nonprofit...now what?
The NMP Introductory Track is back and ready
to take you to new levels in your nonprofit!
The NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT PROGRAM has changed its Introductory Track presentation schedule for the Spring 2011 semester. The first presentation will be Introduction to Nonprofit Leadership on Friday, Feb. 18, 2011 at the UTSA Downtown Campus. Sessions will be held once a month through May from 9am-4pm. Registration includes materials, parking, breakfast and lunch, as well as registration in our Summer Institute.
Please visit the website for an updated schedule and registration information or click here to register.
2011 Annual AFP Conference
February 24 & 25, 2011
Exciting Workshops, Exhibitors, Annual Fund, Technology, Major Gifts & CEO Tracks.
For a complete list of presenters and to register click here.
Headliner Series Luncheon
Wednesday, January 26,
Guest Speaker: Steven H. Goldberg
Author, "billions of drops in millions of buckets: why philanthropy doesn't advance social progress"
For more information and to register,
2nd ANNUAL AH SHOWCASE
Mark Your Calendars and Buy Your Tickets!
Join UTSA American Humanics students, alumni, and staff, as we highlight the work of various nonprofit organizations in our community.
There will be appetizers, dessert, entertainment, and an opportunity to learn more about organizations that are making a real difference in San Antonio and around the world.
Highlighted organizations include:
|SAY Sí The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Shared Beat Healy Murhpy Center|
PLUS, AH Glee Club will be performing! (And there's nothing like a non-choir singing songs!)
Light Appetizers & Networking: 6pm; Show: 7pm; Dessert: 8pm
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