PB AF 598
Teaches practical administrative, leadership, and analytic skills commonly required of managers and analysts in the public and nonprofit sectors. The workshops emphasize hands-on problem resolution, simulations, and actual practice. Credit/no-credit only.
This course will provide an overview of the basic principles fundraising and philanthropy. Students are encouraged to select a non‐profit to use during exercises. The learning outcomes from this course would be as follows: • Understand role of philanthropy and fundraising at non‐profit organizations and in the community; • Knowledge of basic fundraising process: identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship; • Fundraising techniques and vehicles: case statement, annual campaign, capital & major gifts campaigns, planned giving and special events
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