This course requires students to work for an employer in the nonprofit sector of the economy. Students will typically be employed in a nonprofit organization, in government, or in industry. This on-the-job experience combined with faculty mentoring will enable students to become skillful at both personal and situational analysis and to demonstrate proficiency in multi-discipline nonprofit and business applications. Students may, with prior approval, engage in a new nonprofit organizational startup. Students will build upon the experiences gained from their first work term and demonstrate a higher level of competency in the nonprofit sector.
Prerequisites: Nonprofit Studies 2010 and Management 4407 with minimum grades of C or higher, or consent of the department.