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Community service and service learning (CS SL) exposes students to the business practice of giving back to society while reinforcing classroom learning in an applied real-world setting. However, does the CS SL format provide a better means of instilling the benefits of community service among marketing students than community-based learning (CBL), a modification of client-sponsored projects using nonprofit organizations that emphasize societal benefits? A series of three studies reveals that CBL renders results that are more favorable than CS SL by enhancing student awareness and perceived benefits of community service at the undergraduate and graduate curriculum levels.
Political Scientists' Study Shows Wealthier Schools Are Magnets for Donations
Sarah Hill and Shelly Arsneault are studying California school funding, specifically the establishment of nonprofit foundations, and finding that despite a 43-year-old ruling to equalize public school funding, inequity still exists.
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Southern California's Nonprofit Sector
This 154-page report is the Center's third on the local nonprofit sector, and was produced in collaboration with the Center for Nonprofit Management. (Adobe Acrobat PDF File, about 3 MB in size.)
Nonprofit Sector: Orange County (2012)
The Gianneschi Center and OneOC co-sponsored a town hall event in June 2012 exploring growth and trends in Orange County's nonprofit sector. The report documents $8.2 billion in total revenues and $16.5 billion in assets reported by 3,181 religious, educational and charitable nonprofits for the year 2010, and the growth those numbers represent since the Center's last report for the year 2000...
The First 10 Years
Highlights of the Gianneschi Center's activities and accomplishments from its founding in 1996 to 2006. (Adobe Acrobat PDF File, about 1 MB in size.)