You might think all of your work is done once you get a job offer from an employer. The truth of the matter is the real work is just about to begin: Negotiating an acceptable salary.
The big news out of today’s Giving USA 2014 report was that charitable giving in the United States jumped 4.4 percent to $335.17 billion last year, giving renewed hope that the country could return to pre-recession levels of giving sooner than expected.
Are you looking for nonprofit jobs in Washington, D.C.? Look no further, because the NPT Jobs Career Center is featuring not one but two positions in the nation’s capital.
How popular is #GivingTuesday? The average gift during the online giving phenomena was $101.60 in 2012, its first year. Last year, that number was up nearly 40 percent to $142.05. What will it be this year and, more importantly, will you be ready?
Are you on the market for a software consultant job? If so, Omatic Software’s Senior Consultant position might be just the opportunity for you.
Some unusual items were stolen last weekend from a North Carolina nonprofit: Diapers.
If you have been to the NPT Jobs Career Center today you will have noticed it looks a little different. If you were wondering whether your eyes were playing tricks on you we’re here to put that to rest.
A new report alleges that New York City’s top nonprofit hospitals spend less than 2 percent on free care for uninsured and poor patients despite receiving millions of dollars in taxpayer aid.
A guilty plea is expected in the case of Stan Curtis, the former head of U.S.A. Harvest who is accused of stealing more than $180,000 from the charity.
We are proud to announce that Mark Hrywna, senior editor here at The NonProfit Times, has won three Excellence in Journalism Awards from the New Jersey Society of Professional Journalists (NJSPJ). Mark will be invited to attend the award ceremony at the Yogi Berra Museum in Little Falls, NJ, along with the other winners.