Executive Management of Philanthropy (EMP)
The Executive Management of Philanthropy (EMP) is the first professional philanthropy management education program in China, and is also the core brand education program of the CGPI. It is committed to creating a network platform for the world's best experience co-sharing by building a systematic knowledge system for philanthropy management, and to cultivating senior philanthropy management talents who are professional, and have the ability of innovation and sustainable development.
The EMP program has been in operation for 14 consecutive terms, and the 15th term is about to start, with more than 600 alumni. Many of the alumni play an outstanding leading role in various fields of social development, and have won honors such as "the Bearer of Red Flag March 8th", "National Advanced Individual in Poverty Alleviation", "Chinese Youth Wusi Medal", and "China Charity Award".
Initiator of charitable organizations or projects
Senior managers of enterprises or charitable organizations
Promoter of the new "philanthropy + business" integration
Practitioners who need to learn professional philanthropy systematically
The first professional philanthropy management education program in China
Bringing together top teachers from the field of global philanthropy, business, and academia
Updating the "C-G-P-I" teaching system, adding general courses, and newly setting up professional courses
Diversified alumni network that focuses on the unity of knowledge and action
Encouraging philanthropy + business pair registration, and win-win cooperation
Supported with scholarship, like the unprecedented CGPI Love Scholarship (available for full-time philanthropy practitioners)
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Based on the three modules of "Philanthropy Theory, Philanthropy Management, and Social Innovation", we have created a unique C-G-P-I teaching system, namely: Charity Course, General Course, Professional Course, International Courses, and constructed a multi-disciplinary and cross-field curriculum structure, highlighting the teaching characteristics of "problem orientation, innovative thinking, dual-teacher guidance, case teaching, global resources, and action learning".