Nonprofit organizations rely on donations to do good in the world, but they can’t just sit back and passively wait for people to donate. Otherwise, their funding would dry up and their planned good works would never come to fruition. Instead, these organizations need to be proactive about raising money for their causes and campaigns. . . .
If you think business degrees are all about raking in big profits for companies that are already rich, you might be surprised to see another, less self-serving side of business. Business is by far one of the best degrees for nonprofit work. Some of the nonprofit jobs you can attain with a degree in business . . .
It’s good to be the boss – especially for managers in the nation’s highest-paid positions. Not only do you have the prestige of supervising lower-level employees and the other perks that accompany senior-level status, but you have serious earning potential. In nearly three-quarters of the most profitable management careers, six-figure median salaries are the norm, . . .
IMAGE SOURCE Overview Nonprofit organizations are always in need of funding. Fundraisers are the professionals who work in-house or for consulting firms to raise money for these organizations. They participate in the fundraising process in its entirety, from doing the initial research into potential donors and devising strategies to implementing and coordinating the campaigns and . . .
The current challenges facing traditional colleges and universities, including higher tuition, budget cuts, and course shortages, have caused many students to search for alternatives. With over three million students currently enrolled in fully online degree programs and roughly seven million taking at least one online course as part of their degree program, online education has clearly . . .
Millions of students are taking or considering taking their college courses online for various reasons: current employment, lower cost, convenience, logistics, business requirements, disabilities and a host of personal reasons. A 2011 survey done by the Babson Survey Research Group reported that just over 6 million students were enrolled in at least one online course. . . .