The Heller MBA in nonprofit management culminates in a summer-long Team Consulting Project (TCP) in which students work together to address real-world management challenges for mission-driven organizations. This year's TCP groups tackled problems as varied as indigenous culture preservation in the Philippines, fair compensation for apparel workers and improving operations for farmer's markets.
Data from the Institute for Child, Youth and Family Policy's project, diversitydatakids.org, forms the foundation of this Boston Globe article on the troubling landscape of affordable housing in the Boston metro area.
Data from the Institute for Child, Youth and Family Policy showcased in Boston Globe article on affordable housing.
In a Labor Day op-ed, Janet Boguslaw and Margot Trotter Davis revisit the Hyatt 100, a group of housekeepers who were dismissed by the hotel chain in 2009 as a cost-saving measure.
Revisiting the Hyatt 100, housekeepers dismissed by the hotel in 2009 as a cost-saving measure.
At Heller, you’ll learn to navigate the full circle of policy creation and implementation. You’ll understand the root causes of today’s most pressing social issues, develop the management skills to design effective solutions and build the capacity to put your ideas into practice.
With more than $18 million in grant-funded projects annually, our 10 research centers and institutes generate knowledge that informs policymakers and supports practitioners. Research faculty are a key part of a Heller education—they teach courses, employ students as research assistants and provide mentoring.