5 Types of Nonprofit Organizations

Posted by Rebecca Bernstein on August 25, 2016  /   Posted in Human Services

Approximately 2.3 million nonprofits operate in the United States, according to the Urban Institute. Furthermore, the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that nonprofit jobs account for about 10.3 percent of private sector employment. With nonprofits representing a significant segment of the economy, it is no surprise that those that fit the definition are substantially varied

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Crowdfunding for Nonprofits: The Best Fundraising Websites

Posted by Rebecca Bernstein on July 26, 2016  /   Posted in Business

Nonprofit organizations are always searching out new opportunities for development. Crowdfunding, it seems, is quickly becoming their newest and most effective way to raise money. Defining Crowdfunding Crowdfunding is an online tool that allows entities (such as individuals and organizations) to procure funds for projects or causes by soliciting large groups of people. MobileCause compiled

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Which Business Is Right For You? LLC vs. Inc.

Posted by Brian Neese on June 21, 2016  /   Posted in Business

Choosing between a limited liability company (LLC) and a corporation begins an important process for your business known as incorporation. Incorporating your business means that it will be formally recognized by the law. And by doing so, your business assumes benefits such as the ability to transfer owner interests and easily raise investment capital, according

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3 Steps to Effective Delegation

Posted by Brian Neese on June 20, 2016  /   Posted in Business

Effective delegation does more than save a manager’s time. Delegation uses the best people for a task, targeting each employee’s strengths for maximum impact. As a result, delegation helps employees grow to be better and more productive workers. Managers can engage, motivate and build trust with employees through this process. Delegation is a leadership skill

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Top 5 Entry-Level Jobs in Sports Management

Posted by Brian Neese on April 25, 2016  /   Posted in Sports Management

The North American sports market is projected to grow to $73.5 billion in 2019 from $60.5 billion in 2014, according to the PwC Sports Outlook. Gate revenues, media rights, sponsorship and merchandising will drive market growth at a compound annual rate of 4 percent. Industry growth will lead to more opportunities for jobs in sport

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