OLPD4421: Practicum in Nonprofit Organizations

2 Credits

This course will provide students the opportunity to develop and implement critical aspects of a nonprofit organization from board selection, training, fundraising, event marketing and management, and conducting outreach programs. Students will have the opportunity to develop a variety of job functions including: sales, marketing, e-marketing, operations, management, accounting, administration, purchasing, procurement, fundraising, pre-event planning, and post-event evaluation.

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