Aug 01, 2021  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

NP 4050 - Resource Development for Social Impact


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As a nonprofit leader, a civic-minded business, or as an individual citizen, the ability to leverage contributed investment in support of community activism (in many and varied forms) is a critical skill in today’s economy. This course provides a robust and practice- as well as academic-based introduction to fundraising principles, active application of those principles, and management not only of the tasks themselves, but the paid, volunteer, and partner players in the continuum of this important work. Emphasis is on the human-centric development of intentional relationships and strategy. The capstone-level final project in this course creates viable work product for your case study entity (for profit or nonprofit) identified in the early weeks of the semester.

Prerequisite or Concurrent: NP 1110 .