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Why the Event Management or Sports Philanthropy Certificate Programs?

Classes in Event Management

George Washington University's International Institute of Tourism Studies (IITS) offers event management classes to meet the training needs of the emerging field of meeting and event planning professionals. Offered by university partners throughout the world, the event management program is the first comprehensive certificate program in higher education that provides classroom and online training based on industry certificate requirements.
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The George Washington University's School of Business has launched the first ever academic program in the field of sports philanthropy.  The Certificate in Sports Philanthropy offers a ground-breaking curriculum tailored to the unique needs of those who work for professional sports teams, leagues, athlete foundations, sport-related companies with an emphasis on corporate social responsibility, nonprofits using sports for social good and those looking to enter the field.
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