RITís College of Business Offers Assistance to Not-For-Profit Executives
May 6, 2002
by Paul Stella
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center>Applicants sought for Donald Zrebiec EMBA Scholarship Award
A new scholarship at Rochester Institute of Technology is helping not-for-profit executives meet the challenges of todayís business environment.
RITís College of Business introduces the Donald Zrebiec EMBA Scholarship Award. Through this program, a $10,000 tuition grant has been designated for a qualified candidate entering the RIT Executive MBA program this August. Program applicants employed by 501(c)(3) charitable human service organizations in the Rochester area are eligible.
The scholarship fund honors RITís first EMBA director, Donald Zrebiec, who oversaw the program from 1991 to 1998. "This award reflects Donís commitment to the local community and human service agencies," says Ann G.T. Young, current EMBA director.
The EMBA program is founded on business principles common to both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Designed to develop the general management skills of results-oriented professionals with considerable career experience, the program benefits executives in all sectors of the business community.
The deadline for applications to the RIT EMBA program is June 14. For more information, call the office of executive programs at RITís College of Business at (585) 475-7435 or visit the Web at www.ritexecutive.com.
NOTE: RITís College of Business is recognized nationally as a leading provider of career-oriented business education, offering undergraduate and graduate level programs in accounting, finance, international business, management, management information systems, marketing, and photographic marketing management. U.S. News & World Report ranks RITís College of Business among the top 50 undergraduate business programs in the country.