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Nonprofits Can Gain from Student Project

Nonprofit organizations (501c3 status) can benefit from working with one of my Winter, 2014 Northeastern University Nonprofit Management classes.

For six weeks from January 6 to February 15th, I’ll be working with my blended format (in-class and online) Nonprofit Fundraising class. Students in this class will develop a Donor Acquisition Plan for participating “client” nonprofits. Students assess current fundraising activities, look at activities from similar nonprofits, and present a set of recommendations for the nonprofit to follow. A Power Point presentation will be delivered at last class meeting for fellow students and clients in the Boston-based classroom. Nonprofits working with blended-format classes should be in the Greater Boston area so a senior staff member or volunteer will be available to join us for first and last class meetings.

For six weeks from February 18 through March 29th, I’ll have my online Nonprofit Marketing class in session. Students will develop a Marketing Assessment for participating nonprofits. This project will cover brand identity, social media applications, and target audience messaging. A Power Point presentation will be developed and presented online to fellow students and the instructor during last week of class. A final version of the Power Point will then be provided (sent as email attachment) to the client nonprofit for their use. Nonprofits working with Online classes can be anywhere inside or outside the USA provided they have 501(c)(3) US tax-exempt status and file a 990 with the IRS.

For more information, email me at ste.smith@neu.edu.

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