HCV Non-Profit Fellowship
- Alcohol and drug services
- Children, youth and families
- Family violence
- Housing and homelessness
- Indigenous services
- Mental health
- Refugee resettlement
Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, HBS had to postpone the SPNM Program scheduled for July 2020. Consequently the HCV Non-Profit Fellowship program will be paused until later in 2021. We will recommence applications for the program in 2022 in November/December 2021. Further information will be available closer to the application opening dates.
2020 was a turbulent year for the Non-Profit Fellowship. The selection and interview process were held, by the Committee, around the beginning of the first Victorian COVID Pandemic shutdown. Nonetheless, the NPF Committee held the interviews via Zoom and identified the three recipients of the fellowship. As mentioned above as the year progressed, it became clear that the recipients would not able to travel to the Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management course (SPNM) held on the Harvard Business School campus. Therefore, HBS made the decision to postpone the program until 2021. Our three 2020 Fellows’ places have been reserved for a possible July 2021 SPNM Program.
We are absolutely delighted to announce that The Harvard Club of Victoria 2020 HCV Non-Profit Fellowship recipients are;
- Dr Jennifer Fitzgerald; CEO, Scope (Australia)
- Marcus Godinho; CEO, FairShare
- Karen Heap; CEO, Ballarat and District Aboriginal Cooperative (BADAC)
Including these three, we will have sent 45 CEOs from the Community Sector in Victoria to HBS. This would not have been possible without the generous support of Harvard alumni.
For more information on our recent Fellowship recipients, please click here.
Any queries about the program may be addressed to Mandy Croker at email@example.com.