August 13, 2009
August 12, 2009, Newsday.com — Karen Humphreys wanted to explore what she could give back to the community and employment opportunities in the nonprofit arena. Paul Barrett was searching for ways to make a decent living after 20 years on Wall Street. Delia Fasano wanted to learn about the nonprofit industry. They got what they were looking for in an eight-week (20-hour) course at the Dowling Institute in Melville called "Nonprofit Employment and Volunteerism in Life's Next Chapter."