Through the CPRL Education Practicum, students have the opportunity to work with a consortium of business, policy, education, and law students from top tier upper-level graduate programs. This is an intensive, full-semester seminar and practicum in the theory and methods of managing, governing, and transforming public- and social-sector organizations in K-12 education.
This study-away experiential offering is structured with three components:
Seminar: Theoretical seminar in the design, governance, transformation and democratic accountability of public sector organizations.
Skills Training: Professional skills training in the competencies required for success as managers and leaders of modern public- and social- sector organizations.
Consulting Engagement: Students support education organizations in thinking through some of their challenging issues and provide actionable solutions.
CPRL offers a limited number of scholarships granting exceptional students to apply to their NYU tuition in return for a commitment to spending time after graduation in a public or nonprofit job in the education sector.
Some MBA students are eligible for this program. This program may not be offered each semester or every year. The program offering and teaching faculty are subject to change. Current students can view our CampusGroups website below for more information on eligbility, the application process, registration timeline, and program policies.