Department of Family Studies and Community Development
Towson University Student Association of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance
What The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Student Association Does
The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Student Association sponsors meaningful leadership and community service activities, raises funds for student projects, collaborates with other Nonprofit Leadership Alliance programs in the Baltimore/Washington area, partners with nonprofit organizations in Maryland and nationally, and networks with professionals. Some recent activities in which members have participated include preparing dinner for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House, attending the Women in Leadership Symposium and the Service Learning and Civic Engagement Conference at Towson University, recruiting new members by speaking in FMST classes, and raising funds to offset the cost of attending the Alliance Management/Leadership Institute (AMI).
Meetings are held biweekly on Wednesdays. Members must be interested in learning about the nonprofit sector, attend at least 50% of the meetings and the community events, become part of at least one committee, and be willing to lead and take on new responsibilities. Students seeking certification in Nonprofit Leadership are required to be part of the student association. Noncertification seeking students can join as affiliate members. Membership dues of $5 are due each semester.
To apply for membership, there are two steps to complete. The first step is to click on the link below and submit an application.
For more information or to become part of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance program at Towson University, please contact the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Campus Executive Director or the Student Association Adviser: