PACE NONCREDIT COURSE:
Social Entrepreneurship (Voucher Included)
Areas of Study
Hours: 300 | CEUs: 30 | Duration: 6 months
Ready to develop the skills and strategies to become a leader in the nonprofit sector while learning the fundamentals needed to launch your own business? In this course bundle, you will learn the most important aspects of nonprofits, including how to start a nonprofit and delve into the world of business, from generating an idea to writing a plan and much more.
The Nonprofit Manager course will teach you how to start a nonprofit, including the most important aspect—your mission and how to define that. You will also study governance and leadership issues, looking at the laws that regulate nonprofits and codes of conduct as you learn how to run a nonprofit further. From there, you will be looking at how best to manage your volunteer program. You will learn how to handle nonprofit finances and, critically, how to create a budget. This course will also teach you how to market and raise funds through fundraising and earned income. Lastly, you will understand the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion and how to achieve this within your organization.
In the Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and Business Owner Management course, you will refine your start-up idea as you prepare for the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Certification. You will learn all business areas of an entrepreneurship venture, such as legal structure and requirements, funding sources, intellectual property law, operations, marketing, advertising, and finances. By course completion, you will create a comprehensive business plan to get your start-up idea off the ground and into the market.
This course offers enrollment with a voucher. The voucher is prepaid access to sit for the Entrepreneurship and Small Business ESB Certification certifying exam upon eligibility.