Great Lakes Christian College Announces Business Management Nonprofit Major for Students Who Want to Make a Difference

GLCC is helping students who want to make a difference by offering a Business Management Nonprofit major complete with customized internship experience.

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Dr. Kendi Howells Douglas visits a Dominican Republic Non-Profit Organization

Dr. Kendi Howells Douglas visits a Dominican Republic Non-Profit Organization

Students will participate in an internship experience as a part of the program, which will be coordinated with the Great Lakes Christian College faculty and focused on the student’s particular area of career interest.

Lansing, MI (PRWEB) June 05, 2014

Great Lakes Christian College offers a major in Business Management – Nonprofit. Students participating in this program will learn to effectively communicate the Kingdom principle of stewardship and how it relates to non-profit organizations.

Students will utilize statistics, research methodology, and strategies to evaluate existing research and conduct research to facilitate reliable decision-making. They will also apply strategic planning, finance, resource development, resources, deployment, and accountability reporting to the non-profit organization.

Students will participate in an internship experience as a part of the program, which will be coordinated with the GLCC faculty and focused on the student’s particular area of career interest.

Participants will be prepared for entry-level management positions in large nonprofit organizations as well as leadership positions in smaller organizations. The degree will also prepare the graduate to envision, start up, and manage a nonprofit entity.
For more information, contact the admissions office at 1-800-YES-GLCC, or email admissions(at)glcc(dot)edu.

Great Lakes Christian College is an academic community in Lansing, Michigan whose task is to educate men and women to make a difference in the world around them, as well as for careers related to the church or other institutions in the public sector. In all instances, preparing student to be servant-leaders is central to the College’s founding character, history, curriculum, and campus ethos.

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