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PLS 592 Leading and Managing Volunteers

PLS 592, Leading And Managing Volunteers, addresses major issues in the involvement of volunteers in the nonprofit and public sectors. The course focuses on the two main types of volunteers: service volunteers and policy volunteers.

This course is open to all undergraduate and graduate students at UNCW. The course is conducted in seminar mode, and students should come to class prepared and ready to participate in discussion.

The course may substitute for the internship requirement for the Public Administration Minor as a "Culminating Professional or Field Experience," depending on whether the undergraduate student chooses to conduct a project in the community to satisfy the requirements of the course.

PLS 592, Leading And Managing Volunteers, meets on Mondays, from 3:30 to 6:15 pm, in Leutze Hall, Room 246, during the Fall Semester 2014.