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Northeast Business and Economics Association (NBEA) 2021
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In an effort to promote engagement with organizations in the not-for-profit sector, Molloy College’s graduate business program includes an experiential learning component. Prospective graduates of the MBA program are required to complete a rigorous Capstone course, through which students provide consulting services to a not-for-profit organization. Tasked with finding solutions to real problems, the students must apply their cross-disciplinary knowledge and skills to develop a comprehensive proposal for their clients. In one short seven-week semester, class members must form teams with fellow students, meet their clients, assess the problems presented and develop comprehensive proposals. This paper describes the consulting project undertaken by a team of Fall 2020 MBA students, as well as the local not-for-profit organization and its challenges.
Alduino, Anthony; Alonzo, Christopher; Beauchamp, Kendra; Magno, TJ; Stephens, RikSan; and O'Neill, Brian, "MBA Capstone Students Focus on Process, People and Technology to Develop Recommendations for Not-forProfit Organization" (2021). Faculty Works: Business. 106.