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Devin Oakes selected for NextGen Leaders program

Nonprofit leadership and management undergraduate student Devin Oakes is one of ten students from across the country selected for the Nonprofit Leadership Alliances' Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders program.

Selection to the program is a nationally recognized honor and milestone for students seeking the Certified Nonprofit Professional credential. 

The program provides a stipend to support his senior internship experience. 

Devin Oakes selected for NextGen Leaders program

Nonprofit leadership and management undergraduate student Devin Oakes is one of ten students from across the country selected for the Nonprofit Leadership Alliances' Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders program.

Selection to the program is a nationally recognized honor and milestone for students seeking the Certified Nonprofit Professional credential. 

The program provides a stipend to support his senior internship experience. 

Conference highlights insight into living an abundant life

What are the secrets to not only living a long life, but living an abundant life? Six leading scholars will share their insights at “Abundant Aging and Longevity,” an event that features fast-paced, 20-minute presentations on the latest health and well-being topics important to seniors and their families.

Public Allies Arizona volunteers celebrate MLK Day

On January 19, the ASU Lodestar Center's Public Allies partnered with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and PHX Renews to support their ongoing effort to revitalize vacant lots in Phoenix.

The event, "Planting the Seed of Service: A Day On, Not a Day Off," was a celebration of MLK Jr. Day 2015. Over 70 Public Allies, alumni, and community volunteers contributed 245 hours of service at the Keep Phoenix Beautiful garden space on Central and Indian School Rd.

16th Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness, Tucson, March 6

The ASU Lodestar Center will be hosting the 16th Annual Forum on Nonprofit Effectiveness on Friday, March 6 at the Tucson Jewish Community Center in Tucson, Ariz. This year's theme is "all in" and will assist attendees in addressing the need for a future pipeline of young leadership in order for organizations to be relevant and sustainable.

ASU Lodestar Center seeks new bloggers and knowledge experts

Did you know that the ASU Lodestar Center has a blog? It is one of the many assets and tools that the Center offers to the nonprofit community. We would like to regularly feature ASU faculty and staff in this widely-read electronic publication. The blog continues to build a sense of community among nonprofit practitioners, and has done so for the past several years.

Ceremony honors fall 2014 master of nonprofit studies grads, and Nu Lambda Mu inductees

On December 3, the ASU Lodestar Center and the School of Community Resources & Development celebrated the newest graduates of the master of nonprofit studies program.

This semester, five master’s candidates successfully completed all of the requirements to graduate. During the graduation reception, attendees and guests learned the many ways these talented graduate students have impacted the local nonprofit community through their capstone project poster presentations.

Student team examines economic impact of community art exhibit

In fall 2013, the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix followed up on its record-setting exhibition with Chihuly in the Garden, bringing the renowned artist, Dale Chihuly back for a second time.

Student team examines economic impact of community art exhibit

In fall 2013, the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix followed up on its record-setting exhibition with Chihuly in the Garden, bringing the renowned artist, Dale Chihuly back for a second time. His stunning creations complemented the Garden’s vast desert landscape and attracted visitors from the local community and around the world.

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