Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Saginaw Valley State to Offer Nonprofit Management Certificate

Looks like another school is getting on the nonprofit management bandwagon.  I posted earlier that the University of Hawaii was going to offer a certificate in nonprofit management; well, now it looks like Saginaw Valley State is planning to do the same thing.

Anyone who is interested in taking the program, which starts June 1st, can start sending in applications today at the University's official website.  The program, which is made possible by the United Way of Saginaw, is designed for upper level employees at nonprofit organizations.  It looks like this certificate will help these individuals get through the often tricky world of non profit management by offering courses that cover the following areas:

  • Leadership
  • Evaluation
  • Governance
  • Financial management
  • Information technology
  • Fund development
  • Human resources
These are just some of the topics covered, of course.  Want to know more?  Read the full article at MLive.

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