Financial Management for Nonprofits
I have been to financial management training that made my eyes glaze over. This was hands-on and helped me understand. ”
I now have a better understanding of QuickBooks and how this will give me a better look into the finances of my organization. I wil also be able to use this with the work I do in the community with nonprofits.”
“I loved [Ed]. He is wonderful—explained things well, lots of material, but he kept us all on track.”
–comments from Financial Management for Nonprofits Track
This track provides hands-on casework for people charged with developing a nonprofit accounting system. Ed McCormack, Professor of Economics and Business, will lead you through the creation of a QuickBooks® system of accounting. Process a month of transactions, prepare financial reports and work with budgets. You will leave the track with a written guide to financial management.
Track Limit: 10
|Ed McCormack is a Professor of Business and serves as Program Coordinator for the Economics and Business Program at Berea College. He has been teaching at Berea College since 1986, where he founded the Economics and Business Internship Program. He has extensive experience in financial management and has been a private business consultant. He has provided accounting services to a variety of organizations as well as assisting with business planning for small entrepreneurial firms in the Appalachian region. Ed has an MBA and BBA in accounting from Eastern Kentucky University.|