PASE's “Emerging Leaders in Nonprofit Management: A Course for Youth Program Professionals" is a comprehensive, twelve-session nonprofit management course which provides training to future executive leaders in NYC’s afterschool field, offered in partnership with the Baruch College Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs.
For the past decade, PASE’s course has offered lectures and practical discussions that merge the talents and experiences of Baruch’s professors with insights from seasoned nonprofit professionals from the PASE community. Class sessions provide a strong theoretical base for understanding issues facing nonprofits, while offering practical ways to improve critical aspects of management, including: strategic planning; financial management; human resources; fundraising; advocacy; board relations; and evaluation, among other topics. The Emerging Leaders course has yielded diverse, and uniformly positive, results for its over 200 alumni, including career advancement and increased long-term commitment to the youth-serving community.
Below are capstone teams and their topics.
Marcia Bueno, New York Hall of Science
Terry Henry, Benjamin Banneker Elementary (PS 256)
Mayra Medina, Bronx Arts Ensemble
Ryan Mitchell, New York Junior Tennis & Learning
Takisha Dozier, Bronx Children's Museum
Miguel Pizarro, Grand Street Settlement
Sofía Snow, Urban Word NYC
Amy Torres, Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc.
Lee Page, Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center
Karla Ruiz, Bank Street College Liberty LEADS Program
Marcus Scurry, CAMBA
Harold Williams, Stoked Mentoring Inc
Holly Harrison, The Fresh Air Fund
Justine Iris Ouano, Global Kids
Carly Smith, Junior Achievement of New York
James Stratford, Phipps Neighborhoods
Clare Carroll, St. Ignatius School
Kaylena Gonzalez, Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation
Melissa Herman, Graduate NYC
Kirsten Hernandez, The Knowledge House