This article discusses the increasing number of courses and degree programs in nonprofit management being offered by universities and colleges in the U.S. The author attributes the increase to a rise in volunteerism during high school, an increase in the number of charities and the anticipated retirement of baby-boomer nonprofit executives. She notes the observation that the generation has more experience than any other already because of the community-service requirements they grew up with in high school. She also indicates that even universities that do not offer such courses to undergraduates are starting to incorporate lessons in philanthropy in other course work and programs.
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