You’ve written what you consider to be the perfect advertisement for the job opening at your nonprofit, yet candidates are not busting down the doors to send in their applications. What is the reason? Newsflash: Your job description might not be so perfect after all.
Forget the Oscars or the Golden Globes: DoGooder wants to celebrate the best nonprofit videos of the year with its annual DoGooder National Video Awards.
By now you have heard about our new job board, NonProfit Talent Match. What you might not know is what makes it different from our previous site. While there are a number of significant additions, the biggest one is the Real-Time Job Matching system.
Ever been called on to prepare a professional presentation … and wondered how and when you’d be ready to perform?
For years now, job seekers have come to rely on The NonProfit Times‘ Career Center for the highest quality nonprofit jobs. That goal has expanded even further with the launch of NonProfit Talent Match.
Are you looking for an authoritative directory of suppliers for your nonprofit? Look no further than our recently-released 2015 Buyers’ Guide.
Is your nonprofit becoming frustrated with using QuickBooks or some other financial system? If your answer is “yes” then you should attend our upcoming free webinar with Intacct Corporation.
The former controller of a medical nonprofit has been charged with embezzling more than $1.8 million of the organization’s funds for personal use, according to the a formal complaint filed by federal prosecutors in New York City.
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.
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