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Information Session for Bachelor of Arts in Nonprofit Administration
Spartanburg, S.C. – Employees of nonprofit agencies in the Upstate area are invited to attend an information session at the University of South Carolina Upstate on Tuesday, October 10 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in the Rampey Center to obtain details about the bachelor’s degree in nonprofit administration.
Dr. Theresa Ricke-Kiely, director of USC Upstate’s Center for Nonprofit Leadership, will discuss the courses required to obtain the degree. There will also be curriculum materials and program brochures available for attendees.
“USC Upstate offers the only bachelor’s degree in nonprofit administration in South Carolina,” according to Dr. Ricke-Kiely, “and we are excited to cover all facets of this sector including public relations, fund raising, financial analysis, policy development, conference planning, program development, research and more. This information session will be tailored to those already working in nonprofit agencies who want to broaden their knowledge and develop a career in the nonprofit sector.”
For further information or directions, please call Dr. Ricke-Kiely at (864) 503-5754 or email her firstname.lastname@example.org.
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