It's always a bittersweet day. The last class of NPFD 4200: Technology and Communication Trends in Nonprofit Organizations at Rockhurst University.
This semester, Deanna Johnson, my co-instructor, and I taught six second-semester seniors and one junior.
In many ways, though, they taught us.
We spent a lot of time in the class exploring technology and its role in nonprofits. The students shared innovations that intrigue them and perhaps more importantly, they shared their perspectives as younger donors.
It's a wonderful and humbling reminder that no one has all the answers, and there is much to be learned from every generation.
Best of luck class of 2015! I'm excited to see how you change the world.