A great opportunity to contribute to restoring hope and human dignityHypolite Niyongabo, World Food Programme, Logistics Associate
As I am in my first years of the humanitarian career, this program is hopefully a great opportunity for me to tackle my work more professionally and better contribute to restoring hope and human dignity, where they have been jeopardized.
I could not have found anything better!Francesca Cinus, Community Organizer at At-Bristol, Master in Project Management for International Cooperation, 2011
I could not have chosen anything better, not only in terms of a physical place, but also in terms of objectives and perspectives; Social Change School is the place that helped me perceive myself as a professional among other professionals. The Social Change School helped me put the final touch on my personal profile and it trained my ability to concentrate; the master gave me the chance to experience the non profit world from the inside.
I decided to take the Master as I wanted to work in the Non Profit sectorWendy J. Carrel, Oxfam International, Master in Fund Raising Management, 2009
I decided to take the Master as I wanted to work in the Non Profit sector and I needed some training in the field.
Coming from England this seemed like a good choice compared to other master courses.... Throughout the year I learnt more about how the Sector works and its very particular characteristics. I also had the pleasure of meeting some fantastic people on the course with similar interests and worked on a ‘project’ with a very passionate group of like minded individuals.
I did not know that one day I would get the opportunity to give back to my communityMichael Odong, Social Behavior Change (SBC) Advisor, John Snow Inc (JSI)
I began my education career in a rural school in an area highly affected by the war and because of that I dropped out of school for two years as my family ran from place to place seeking for refuge. With this kind of background, I did not know that one day I would get the opportunity to give back to my community.