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Social work major wins prestigious American Humanics scholarship

Jordan Diamond, a senior social work major, has been selected as a Next Generation Nonprofit Leader by American Humanics. She is the tenth UNT student to win the nationally competitive American Humanics awards since 2007.

Diamond will be awarded a $4,500 scholarship to complete an internship with a nonprofit organization during the spring 2011 semester.

Established in 1948, American Humanics is an alliance of academic institutions, nonprofit organizations and professional associations designed to prepare college and university students for professional and leadership positions in the nonprofit industry.

The Next Generation Nonprofit Leaders Program began in January 2007 when W.K. Kellogg Foundation granted $5 million to American Humanics.  The program is affiliated with more than 60 colleges and universities and 30 to 40 national nonprofit organizations and their local affiliates.

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