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There are many different options that make the job search a little easier. Whether it’s this site or other resources on the Internet, job seekers can get a lot of help for their career these days.
Consumers love to comparison shop. That goat’s milk cheese might be one price in the New Artisanal Premium Cheese Catalog but slightly less from Dean & Deluca’s catalog.
The Livestrong Foundation appears to have taken the first tangible hit from the saga of Lance Armstrong’s mea culpa tour.
There are many options to find nonprofit jobs, whether it’s browsing our career center, networking, or simply calling up organizations to ask if they are hiring. One other emerging trends is to sign up for eNewsletters that contain information on the latest available positions and career advice. By subscribing to The NonProfit Times‘ free Jobs eNewsletter, you can get all of that information and more.
Nonprofit software behemoth Blackbaud will cut 150 jobs from across the company, which will bring to 200 the number of jobs eliminated since this past summer. The layoffs come almost one year to the day that it announced the acquisition of Convio, its largest rival in the online fundraising business.
President Barack Obama will announce his proposals to reform the United States’ gun laws tomorrow, nearly one month to the day of the Newtown, Conn., school shootings that claimed the lives of 20 children and six staff members. While these new proposals will likely be welcome news for gun control advocacy groups, members of these organizations know they still have to educate the public on their position.
After a decade of denials and less than three months after resigning from the board of his organization to spare it from the controversy, cyclist Lance Armstrong reportedly admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, which will air on Thursday.
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.
Chances are you’ve probably taken a look at some of the opportunities we have posted on our grants page. There’s an even greater chance you are interested in securing one of these grants for your organization. That’s great, but you have to do a little bit of prep work before you fill out that application.
The current environment in which we live demands that job seekers constantly evolve. Nonprofits are increasingly looking for employees who can fill multiple roles, so it behooves candidates to get to work on their professional development.