The student will spend 36 hours in a nonprofit organization to gain practical work experience in the sector. During the practicum the student is expected to use their acquired fundraising knowledge to gain valuable experience, insights and connections for work in a nonprofit organization. The practicum includes training, mentoring and hands-on project work. Pre-approved host organizations will be identified for the student. The practicum is contracted by both the student and the organization, with oversight provided by a BCIT advisor.
Completion of the five Fundraising Management required courses or with permission from the department.
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