G St 396: Exploring the Feminist Nonprofit
SARAH ISOM CTR FOR WOMEN&GENDER STUDIES
This course serves as an introduction to how nonprofits work with a specific focus on community and campus organizations; their structure, management, types of outreach or service provided, and roles performed by staff. On-site research/service, interviewing, and content analysis of brand awareness including organizational websites, social media, and donor relationship management are active-learning components that provide students with the opportunity to develop new knowledge and apply it to real-world situations in the nonprofit sector.
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