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If you’re preparing to go on the job market this fall (and even if you’re not), now is a good time to start polishing your application materials. For faculty positions that means updating your CV . For staff and administrative jobs, whether you need a CV or a résumé will depend on the position. For every type of...
Here is the link to a fabulous, free webinar with detailed guidelines on slides showing you how to design, build and implement a Major Gift campaign.
Going beyond capital campaigns which are often easier to manage, ongoing, annual major gift campaigns are critical pillars to growing programs and innovating in a competitive philanthropic environment.
Community Partners has shared the following useful resources for fundraising in these difficult times:
Emergency Grants for Humanitarian Nonprofit Organizations Deadline: April 12 Amount: Up to $2,500 Eligibility: Humanitarian nonprofits The Kinkade Family Foundation is providing Emergency Grants for humanitarian nonprofit...
Hot Off The Press: Events That Californian Job Seekers and Development Professionals need to be aware of in 2020
Mentoring Morning Session & Keynote Luncheon @ The Cathedral Center
When: Feb 11, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM (PT)
Where: The Cathedral Center at Our Lady of the Angeles, 555 W. Temple St., Los Angeles, CA, 90012, US...
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1. Starting & Sustaining a New Nonprofit
Wanting to start your own nonprofit? After this event you will walk away with valuable resources, templates, tools, and tips on topics most critical to planning, forming, and growing a new nonprofit organization.
Date: 10/03 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
2. IECC Thrive Nonprofit Conference
This one-day conference will offer strategies and toolkits for staff and board...
It's an interview question you should probably have an answer for, especially in the mission driven nonprofit industry. Luckily, Bill Todd has an interesting approach to preparing for this inevitable question. Be prepared to answer it in different ways, depending on whether it is asked by a recruiter or a hiring manager.
Bill is a great guide to interviewing. The answer is HERE
The Music Center today joined with civic and community leaders to dedicate The Music Center Plaza, opening the newly renovated, accessible outdoor urban space and recognizing it as "The Plaza for All."
The plaza was closed for 20 months for its $41 million makeover , which added a host of new features, including glass-covered elevators on both sides of the main staircase off Grand Avenue, a wine bar, a welcome center, a coffee shop,...
Breaking into the nonprofit world is not that different from entering a for-profit organization. However, making the jump from the corporate world into a 501(c)(3) can be daunting—especially when competing against those with seemingly years of charitable bona fides, international volunteer experience, and degrees in public policy. Certain skills are better regarded than others, knowing what you want is half the battle, and an...