Job applications generally consist of two documents: The resume and the cover letter. While resumes have a set form, cover letters seem to have free reign. Creativity is always a good thing when it comes to cover letter writing, but there are still some guidelines you need to follow.
There are certain things you should never say or do during a job interview, whether it’s in person, on the phone, or on Skype. No matter how skillfully you answered other questions, making one huge mistake could be the difference between getting hired or not.
Bouncing back after being rejected for a job can be a difficult task. This is especially true if it was a job for which you had really high hopes.
You’ve worked hard. You’ve stayed late. You’ve been a team leader. And, finally, you’ve gotten that promotion. Now what? Build that team, train those new hires, push all the papers, and create great results. It’s significantly different than the job you used to do.
Infofree.com, the premier provider of sales leads, email lists and mailing lists, and The NonProfit Times, the leading business publication for nonprofit management, are partnering to offer data-driven prospect lists to nonprofit professionals nationwide. This partnership, available Nov. 1, allows nonprofit professionals to reach quality prospects efficiently and affordably at only $49.95 per month.
Real transformation can be a nauseating experience. It probably should be gut-wrenching. And the phrase thinking out of the box has created a new box without actually looking at the nature of the box. The “puritanical” idea that philanthropy assuages guilt holds charities back from transforming the process of mending society’s issues.
We are living in an increasingly digitized world. With the rise of social media and other digital channels, it has become even more imperative for a nonprofit to constantly communicate with its supporters.
As the job market continues to recover from the mess that was the Great Recession, more high quality jobs are becoming available. The latest featured nonprofit job on our Career Center is no exception to this trend.
Giving to nonprofit health care institutions in the United States during fiscal 2013 increased more than 3 percent compared to 2012 and more than 20 percent since the low point of the recession in four years ago and exceeded the gross domestic product (GDP) in the United States.
After guiding Livestrong through its most tumultuous times, President and CEO Doug Ulman is leaving the organization to become chief executive at another cancer-fighting charity.
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