Nonprofit Organization Management
Career Options & Highlights
Folsom Lake College’s Non-Profit Organization Management program is designed to provide training for entry-level employment or advancement in a career the non-profit sector, including government, private, education and other organizations on every level. This program was developed to respond to a community need, and reflects the vital non-profit sector activity which characterizes the Sacramento region. The value of the program lies in producing trained professionals who can blend solid business practices and skills with the goals and techniques specific to non-profit operations, thus providing the opportunity to pursue community-based solutions to the challenges faced by various causes and interest groups which help serve and enrich the region.
The Non-Profit Organization Management program is designed for those interested in the non-profit sector wishes to further develop and improve their professional repertoire with knowledge of this unique area of service. This certificate can be a component of management development program suitable for individuals looking to enter or advance in a career in Non-Profit Organization Management either as a vocation or as a volunteer resource, whether as an administrator, board member, fundraiser, activity coordinator, or awareness promoter. People from a range of disciplines find the challenging work of the non-profit sector a good fit with their own ethics and interests, and help to provide a rich working environment populated by community activists, medical professionals, government employees, educators, and business owners and managers .
Some career options may require more than two years of college study.
- Dedicated, well-trained instructors
- Highly interactive learning environment
- On-campus, off-campus, & online course offerings
- Guest lectures and demonstrations
- Opportunity to combine with business and other related areas of study for a more comprehensive education
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