MWNN & FSU Collaborations

Framingham State University

“Framingham State University (FSU) and the MetroWest Nonprofit Network (MWNN) are pleased to announce the launch of a new partnership focused on training the next generation of highly skilled nonprofit employees in the region through workforce and leadership development…”

FSU Business Students Step Up to Help Non-Profits

“Framingham State students in Professor Karen Druffel’s Information Systems Management class are stepping up to help local nonprofits, while also getting the chance to refine their skills and network with local community leaders. The effort is part of a larger formal partnership between FSU and MWNN to develop and train the next generation of non-profit leaders…” Read more

Newman Civic Fellowship

MetroWest Nonprofit Network (MWNN) is proud to connect with Framingham State University (FSU) through the Newman Civic Fellows program. 

The Newman Civic Fellowship is a year-long program for students from Campus Compact member institutions. The students selected for the fellowship are leaders on their campuses who demonstrate a commitment to finding solutions for challenges facing communities locally, nationally, and internationally. 

“We are proud to recognize these extraordinary student leaders and thrilled to engage with them,” said Campus Compact President Andrew Seligsohn. “The experience of the last year has driven home to all of us that we need open-minded, innovative, public-spirited thinkers and doers. That is what Campus Compact is about, and the stories of our Newman Civic Fellows demonstrate it’s who they are.”

Learn more at www.compact.org/newman-civic-fellowship.

FSU and MWNN Civic Engagement

FSU has a partnership with the MetroWest Non-Profit Network (MWNN), and Anna Cross, the Executive Director, that helps help faculty and staff brainstorm ideas for projects, as she oversees a network of over 1,400 non-profits in the area. To learn more about opportunities, click here