Join The NonProfit Times: or Become a member

Subscribe: Print Publication or Newsletter

Stay connected.
Stay informed.

Nonprofit news delivered around the clock,
around the world.
Jobs > Career Tips

Career Tips

  • 4 Modern Job Interview Questions

    By The NonProfit Times — November 1, 2010

    You think you know all about the job interview questions employers will ask you? While some of the classic questions (“Tell me a little bit about yourself,” etc) still exist, many organizations are updating their repertoire to reflect current trends. Today’s economic environment demands that nonprofits do their due diligence to ensure the individual they hire has the necessary skills and commitment to succeed.

  • 6 Cover Letter Mistakes

    By The NonProfit Times — October 15, 2010

    Like it or not, first impressions are everything when it comes to job applications. This is especially true with your cover letter. Just because you have included everything you needed to in your letter doesn’t mean you got rid of all of the unnecessary things. Failing to exclude these items will only serve to hurt your first impression.

  • 5 Steps To A Better Nonprofit Salary

    By The NonProfit Times — October 1, 2010

    The newly released 2012 Nonprofit Salary and Benefits Reports from The NonProfit Times contain the most up-to-date salary information for hundreds of jobs in the sector. While this information is mostly useful for organizations looking to ensure their employees are compensated accordingly, it’s also useful for job seekers.

  • Think Before Accepting A Salary Offer

    By The NonProfit Times — September 15, 2010

    The good thing about a salary offer is it means you are getting closer to a job. The bad thing is, if you are too quick to accept, you could be costing yourself thousands of dollars.

  • 7 Professional Development Tips

    By The NonProfit Times — September 1, 2010

    Just because you’ve finally got the job of your dreams doesn’t mean you can relax. On the contrary, you should always be working as hard as you can to impress your superiors so they not only know they made the right choice in hiring you, but also to improve your chance of moving up the ladder.

  • 8 Ways To Get Your Resume Seen

    By The NonProfit Times — August 15, 2010

    Some job seekers believe like they are sending their resume into a black hole when they submit them to an organization. More often than not your application will get to the recipient but there are times when that feeling about black holes is legitimate, all because of a new technology some employers use.

  • 10 Red Flags For Employers

    By The NonProfit Times — August 1, 2010

    Stop me if this sounds familiar: You’ve submitted one job application after another yet, for all of your hard work, you don’t have any positive results. This is an experience that many job seekers are very familiar with and while it can be partially blamed on the poor job market, there are times when the problem rests with you.

  • The Nonprofit CFO Quiz

    By The NonProfit Times — July 15, 2010

    Without sufficient revenue streams, a business will be hard-pressed to achieve its goals. That’s why an excellent Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is a must-have for any successful organization. Yet being a nonprofit CFO requires a slightly different skill-set than one in a for-profit corporation.

Newsletters

Stay informed, catch latest trends in the nonprofit space.

Subscribe to Our Free Newsletter

No obligation, unsubscribe at anytime.

Success! Check your email inbox.

NPT Jobs On Twitter

NPT 2014 Buyers' Guide

Newsletter Sign-up



click here to return to the previous page