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The Internet has made background checks for potential employees simpler than ever. An organization only needs to visit the individual’s Facebook or other social media page, and they can find out everything they would want to know about them.
Newly unsealed federal court records show that the Highland Park, Mich. school district lost $170,000 to a fake nonprofit set up by a now indicted school board member.
Sometimes the best employment you can get is temporary. While they don’t offer the stability (or pay) that a full-time job, temp jobs can be very useful for your future career prospects. And, if you play your cards right, you can turn these positions into lasting employment.
One-third of charitable fundraisers in the United States and Canada responding to a survey reported 2011 salary increases of between 1 and 3 percent, about 10 percent reported increases between 4 and 6 percent, and about 15 percent reported an increase of 7 percent or more compared to 2010 compensation levels.
Rules are in place for a reason. They are meant to steer us away from practices that will ultimately do us more harm than good. As a job seeker, you are probably very aware of the many job search rules and you probably follow them. In the competitive economic environment we live in, however, some rules are meant to be broken.
David H. Koch, executive vice president of Koch Industries, has made his mark on National Museum of Natural History by donating $35 million to the Washington, D.C.-based museum.
A Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling on the tax exempt status of a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Orthodox Jewish school’s camp could have the potential to set precedent for future legal challenges of charities.
One of the great things about the Internet is the ability to interact with a community. Sharing your opinion on the hottest stories is a lot of fun, and now you can do just that thanks to the new commenting feature on The NonProfit Times.
You will likely be content for some time once you get the nonprofit job of your dreams. It won’t be too long, however, before you will want to start thinking about moving up the food chain.
Thirteen years after its founding and just two years after going public, Convio is no longer its own company. The Austin, Texas-based fundraising technology firm is now officially a wholly owned subsidiary of its longtime competitor, Blackbaud. The two firms today begin their first day of business as one entity.