Having a tough decision trying to decide whether or not it’s best for you to spend the extra time and big bucks to add three letters to the end of your name?
The nightmares of being jobless after graduation haunts college students like the slimiest, hairiest and most repulsive monsters. Is my bachelors going to pay off? Should I pursue an even higher education?
Yes, the more schooling you take on will result in higher pay in the nonprofit sector. However, according to Rosetta Thurman, learning is doing. If your main prerogative is to make a change and a positive impact on the world, the extra three letters tagged onto the back of your name will not make much of a difference on whether you will be able to do so.
When it comes to nonprofit work, experience is the greatest form of education. So face the monster of unemployment and scare it away with your go get’em attitude.
Read on to get the full explanation from Rosetta Thurman on why you can lead without a master’s degree.
“You Don’t Need a Master’s Degree to Lead” [Rosetta Thurman]