Future Learn is offering one of their courses, Entrepreneurship in Nonprofits, to help build the economic tools and knowledge needed to become a successful social entrepreneur.
Topics that will be cover include: organizational theories and entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, introduction to social innovation, new financing models for nonprofits, and impact measurement.
The course is for anyone interested in the topics of social entrepreneurship and dedicated people who want to work in the nonprofit sector, no prior knowledge of the economic tools that are needed to apply entrepreneurship in nonprofits is necessary.
The course was developed by the University of Basel and students will be learning with Georg von Schnurbein, Professor for Philanthropy Studies at the University. Read the Entire Article
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