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.
Niki Jagpal is research and policy director at the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP). She is the co-author of “Smashing Silos in Philanthropy: Multi-Issue Advocacy and Organizing for Real Results.”
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).
Have you reached a dead end in your search for a nonprofit job? If this describes your current predicament, you should check out our newest featured position: Executive Director at Back Bay Mission in Biloxi, Miss.
Stop me if this scenario sounds familiar to you: You applied for a job for which you seem perfectly qualified yet never heard back from the organization. If you are like a lot of job seekers, you are probably wondering why didn’t get called in for an interview since you appeared to be well suited for the position. The reason for the radio silence lies in the changing definition of the word “qualified” in today’s job market.
Allison Fine is the co-author of the bestselling The Networked Nonprofit, and author of the award-winning Momentum: Igniting Social Change in the Connected Age. She is a senior fellow on the Democracy Team at Demos, a New York City-based think tank. Connect with Allison on Twitter at @afine and on her website www.allisonfine.com
#Giving Tuesday was yesterday, more or less kicking off the giving season. Studies show that more than one-third of all annual giving to causes happens from October through December, with more than 17 percent in December alone.
First Degree, LLC is looking to hire a Corporate Alliances Manager to work for one of its clients, Shriners Hospitals for Children, as a Corporate Alliances Manager. Are you interested in this position? Read on for more information.
Just in time for the end of Thanksgiving weekend, the December 1, 2013 edition of The NonProfit Times is now available.
Gary D. Bass is the executive director of the Bauman Foundation in Washington, D.C. and started the Bright Lines Project in 2008 when he was running OMB Watch. Tom Halloran is the coordinator of the Bright Lines Project, which is now housed at Public Citizen, also in Washington, D.C.
Imagine there is a law that mandates you cannot drive fast, but the speed limit is not posted: You have been given no definition of what it means to go fast. This is the situation charities face when it comes to political activity. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has failed to define what constitutes political activity, relying on the “facts and circumstances” of each case to decide whether an organization is participating in political activities.
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