Discover your purpose

Nonprofit organizations need talented, creative people with diverse skills and experiences to lead and manage programs, staff and volunteers. With roughly 1.5 million registered nonprofits in the United States and more than 38,000 in Georgia alone, employment and leadership opportunities abound.

And this work is more than a job – it’s a career of meaning that makes an impact for good.

Why Nonprofit Leadership?

Through your coursework, hands-on learning via service in the community, and an internship, LaGrange College’s interdisciplinary Nonprofit Leadership program equips you for a successful career with nonprofits. You’ll gain knowledge about market and business trends, commercial partnerships, licensing agreements and financial growth.

And you’ll inspired by a commitment to entrepreneurship, business acumen and market savvy that are essential to the field.

Why is a small college better?

It helps students think big. At LaGrange College the student-to-professor ratio is 11:1, which allows for more in-class interaction and collaboration. Classes are not taught by graduate assistants. Compared to business programs at larger schools, with up to 150 students per class, LaGrange students write more, present more, debate more and achieve more.