Netherlands LEAD 579I
Comparative Nonprofit Sector
This course will allow students to explore a comparative perspective of the sector and its relations to government. Specifically, this course will examine the role of the nonprofit sector in different political and economic contexts with a comparative focus on the European and American contexts. The following questions will guide the discourse: (1) What roles do nonprofits play in different political and economic contexts? (2) What is the relationship between government and nonprofits in different political, economic, and social regimes? (3) How does this understanding translate to more effective leadership and management practices? The International Society of Third Sector Research (ISTR) conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands is a unique opportunity for students to explore these questions from the leading researchers, educators, and practitioners from around the world.
|Application Opens||November 15, 2017 APPLY|
|Application Deadline||December 15, 2017|
|Travel Dates||July 8 - 17, 2018|
|Pre-trip Sessions||Jun 1 & 8, 2018|
|Post-Trip Sessions||Aug 3, 2018|
|Global Study Fee||$ 350|
|Estimated Program Expenses||$1,224*|
|Total Estimated Expense||$3,824|
*expenses do not include airfare. Accommodation is based on a double occupancy rate.
1. To submit an application, you need: a current passport (valid for six months after intended date of re-entry to the US) and the contact information for two people who will serve as your emergency contacts.
2. The estimated program costs includes accommodation, transportation for in-country program activities, some meals and program costs. Students will need to budget for some additional meals and incidental costs.
3. Upon registration, you will be billed a non-refundable $150 deposit.
4. When you receive confirmation that you have been accepted to the course, you need to book your own flights.