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Masterson Personnel
(763) 422-9298
316 E Main St
Anoka, MN

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Labor Now
(763) 422-4917
2015 2 Ave
Anoka, MN

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Doherty Employment Group
(763) 433-9327
900 E Main St
Anoka, MN

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Alternative Staffing, Inc.
(952) 888-6077
8120 Penn Ave S
Bloomington, MN

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Work Connection
(763) 682-5524
1111 Highway 25 North
Buffalo, MN

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Reliant Employment Group
(763) 712-5661
2371 7th Ave North
Anoka, MN

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T. A. Copeland & Associates
540 Greenhaven Rd
Minneapolis, MN

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Team Personnel
(763) 576-8445
2022 North Ferry Street
Anoka, MN

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Staff One LTD.
(414) 918-9200
6737 West Washington St
Milwaukee, WI

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Quality Care Consulting
(320) 286-6539
Po Box 699
Cokato, MN

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Non-Profit Management Training

There are more than 1.4 million non-profit organizations in the U.S., with more than 12.5 million employees. The non-profit sector expends $120 billion in annual personnel costs and represents $340 billion in total annual budget outlays. This means, if you’re lucky enough to land a job with a religious organization, hospital, university, foundation, or other non-profit organization, you can expect stability, salary growth, employment growth, and a variety of positions to choose from.

Most non-profit management personnel have an MBA in non-profit management. These professionals typically hold positions such as assistant director of fundraising, program analyst, program director, program officer, marketing/research manager, director, community outreach coordinator, finance director, director of information systems or director of public relations.

How to Find Non-Profit Management Training Programs

Non-profit managers usually hold a non-profit management MBA from an accredited college or university. Today’s MBA student has the option of obtaining a degree on-campus, online, or through a blended format. Blended formats allow students to complete half of the degree on-campus and the other half online. Blended and online formats make it easier for students to work full-time in the field while pursuing an advanced degree.

When searching for non-profit management training programs, try Princeton Review first. This is an excellent source for lists of top business colleges. U.S. News and World Report is also a great source. When you find a school you’re interested in, make sure it’s accredited by a U.S. Department of Education recognized agency. Just a few recognized agencies include:

  • -The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
  • -The Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
  • -The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA)
  • -Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
  • -New England Association of Schools and Colleges
  • -North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
  • -Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
  • -Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
  • -Western Association of Schools and Colleges

Many online programs have also been accredited by:

  • -Distance Education Training Council (DETC)
  • -Council on Occupational Education (COE)

If you come across a school that has not been accredited by any of the agencies listed above, check the U.S. Department of Education website at ED.gov for a complete list of accrediting agencies.

Non-Profit Management MBA Program Curriculum

Non-profit management MBA programs prepare students for a career in management by teaching everything from business computing and business finance to principles of marketing and principles of management. Online curriculums should require the same courses as on-campus programs, so be sure to check the course listings for the online program you have chosen before beginning th...

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