Author: Andrew Jaworski

Andrew Jaworski

Managing the Chart of Accounts for Nonprofits

The Chart of Accounts (COA) is a listing of all account titles and coding conventions used by an organization to properly classify and record transactions. In theory, it should be a relatively simple excel file that shows everything about where the revenue is coming from in one organized place. It displays the who, what, where,…

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Andrew Jaworski

Interning with a Company in Transition

A large company undergoing a transition period is similar to working at a start-up. You end up working on much more critical projects than planned. As with anything else, there is the good and the bad with it. The good is that all of your work carries much more weight and are able to see…

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Andrew Jaworski

The Bigger Picture

Every Babson student remembers their FME experience vividly. The good, the bad, and the ugly. No matter what your overall opinion of the experience was, everyone learned what it was like working for a non-profit. Not many people have put in the hours that we had to in the classroom and outside, trying to start…

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Andrew Jaworski

A Search For The Right Fit

Within the first few weeks of being at Babson, internships always have their way of entering most conversations about future plans. This being my first legitimate internship, I had a lot of different ideas as to what I wanted out of it. Obviously, I wanted to get the most out of my internship as far…

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