Creating New
Human Services Organizations
HUS 530
3 credit hours

Professor William R. Griffin, JD, MM, MS, BS
HUS 530 is a broad overview of the management and leadership challenges of the human service sector.  Course content is designed for students who not only plan to lead human services organizations, but participate on boards of directors.  This course examines the history and scope of the human services sector, the need for human services, contemporary theories of nonprofit and profit enterprise, governance and leadership, ethics, social entrepreneurship, and new decision-making models.

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Greeting and Syllabus


 

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OTHER RESOURCES (posted periodically)


• Starting A Business In Georgia

• Being Business-like While Pursuing a Social Mission: Acknowledging the Inherent Tensions in US Nonprofit Organizing 

• TIN

• IRS Form 1023 - Instructions & PDF

• IRS Form 1023 - PDF Only

•  Guidebook: Making Sense of Writing Research Papers

•  Forming A New Nonprofit: Filing Procedures & Examples – State of GA

• Generic Nonprofit Bylaws

•  Understanding Nuances of 501(c)(3) Budgets

•  Understanding Nuances of 501(c)(6) Budgets

• Sample CEO Job Description

•  2015 Nonprofit Sector In Brief

•  APA Sample Formatting Guide 

•  History of Nonprofit Boards in the US

•  Nonprofit Organizations in American History

• The Changing Role of Private, Nonprofit Organizations in the Development and Delivery of Human Services in the US