Nonprofit Studies Program
Minor in Nonprofit Studies
The interdisciplinary Minor in Nonprofit Studies is designed to prepare undergraduate students for careers in the nonprofit sector, in both paid and volunteer positions. The program provides students with an understanding of the role of the nonprofit sector in society and builds students’ knowledge, skills and abilities in effective nonprofit leadership. Through multiple service-learning experiences and a nonprofit internship requirement, students are offered a variety of hands-on experiences designed to facilitate an understanding of the issues and challenges faced by nonprofit organizations and prepare students for nonprofit leadership positions. The Minor in Nonprofit Studies is a strong complementary course of study for students with Majors offered across the NC State campus including Communication, English, Engineering, History, Political Science, Psychology, Social Work, Parks, Recreation and Tourism, Forestry, Business Management, Art and Design, Education, and more. The Minor in Nonprofit Studies enables students to explore the interconnections between their chosen field and the nonprofit sector.
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