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The opportunity to help improve the lives at-risk children is something that appeals to a lot of Americans. If you count yourself among that group, and are married, NPT Jobs has a job that is sure to appeal to you.
The Seattle-based affiliate for Susan G. Komen for the Cure fell $700,000 short of its fundraising goal during Sunday’s Race for the Cure, according to a report in the Puget Sound Business Journal.
You’re probably well aware of the expression “don’t judge a book by its cover.” It means that you shouldn’t decide whether you like something before you try it. This same philosophy also applies to the job search.
The Seattle affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure fell $700,000 short of its fundraising goal during Sunday’s Race for the Cure, as fall out appeared to continue from the breast cancer nonprofit’s attempt earlier this year to pull funding from Planned Parenthood.
Arguments in the office are usually considered a bad thing. It’s hard to imagine any silver lining coming from tension between employees but, according to two Human Resources experts, conflict can actually be positive for an organization.
Major gifts are the lifeblood of any capital campaign. Without these donations, the campaign is unlikely to achieve the greatest success possible.
It goes without saying that social networks are extremely popular these days. These sites are useful for catching up with old friends and — most importantly for your job search — making connections for your career. Yet as useful as sites like LinkedIn are, face-to-face networking still remains an effective tool.One of the advantages of traditional career networking is the personal connection. You can learn a lot more about a person by seeing their mannerisms and hearing their voice than by communicating via e-mail. If you are one of those individuals that prefers the “old school” method of networking, here are four tips to help expand your connections:
All of this is not to say you should completely abandon online networking. On the contrary, you should continue to use it to enhance your job search. Just don’t make the mistake of thinking that a social networking site is the ultimate answer for all your problems.
- Talk to your seat-mates on the train. You never know if that person sitting next to you could hold the key for your career. Making conversation with complete strangers isn’t exactly easy, but it can be very valuable if you can do it.
- Start volunteering. This is one of the best ways to build connections in the nonprofit sector. Becoming a volunteer almost guarantees you will meet someone who can be of help to you. It also doesn’t look half-bad on your resume.
- Sign up for an alumni newsletter. There’s a very good chance you will learn about upcoming networking events, which will help you re-establish ties with old classmates or professors.
- Join clubs. These don’t have to necessarily be related to your job search. You are just as likely to find potential networking contacts at a chess club than job search related activities.
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has withdrawn his proposal for a cap on charitable deductions after significant push back from opponents of the measure.
Family Life Communications, a nonprofit Christian organization based in Tuscon, Ariz., is looking to hire a Controller to handle the financial activities of the organization.
Now that June has finally arrived, we are well on our way to summer! That means a lot of time at the beach and (hopefully) a lot of relaxing days. The arrival of the new month also means a new edition of The NonProfit Times. We are very happy to announced that the June 1, 2012 edition is now online!