Thanks again to everyone who attended our last free webinar, “Meeting New Nonprofit Regulations and Standards in 2014.” For those who enjoyed that presentation, we have another upcoming that should pique your interest.
Are you looking for high-quality nonprofit jobs over the holiday season? You’re in luck, then, because our latest featured position offers job seekers the chance to join the Oakwood School as a Director of Communications.
As this year comes to a close, our thoughts quickly jump from Christmas to the New Year – but do we overlook what’s in between? The week between Christmas and the New Year is the most generous week of the year. And there is still time to consider thoughtful strategies to incentivize giving from your donors. Consider the following top 10 tips:
A U.S. District Judge in New York ruled today that a group of Catholic health and educational organizations do not have to comply with a provision in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that requires employers to provide contraception coverage.
Chances are that you have said something you wish you could take back at least once in your life. While suffering from a sudden case of foot-in-mouth disease can be merely embarrassing in most instances, it can all but ruin your chances of getting a job when it happens during an interview.
The nonprofit arm of publishing giant Pearson Inc., agreed Thursday to pay $7.7 million to settle an investigation into whether it gave government employees improper benefits.
Are you looking for a nonprofit job in New York City? Today might be your lucky day because our newest featured position — posted by the American Institute of Chemical Engineer (AIChE) — offers just that opportunity.
The median salary for an arts executive in the Philadelphia area is $100,000, according to a new survey released today by the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance and Gallagher Benefit Services.
The New Year is just around the corner and with it comes a lot of changes for your nonprofit. One of the adaptations your organization will have to make is to the continuously changing nonprofit accounting regulations and standards.
As I listened to a webinar hosted by Grantmakers in the Arts (GIA) on its report Annual Research on Support for Arts and Culture, I was relatively unsurprised to hear from Steven Lawrence of the Foundation Center that their research found the largest share of arts grants went to the performing arts (36.8 percent) and museums (27.6 percent).
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