2012 Continuing-Education Guide
See how nonprofits, foundations, and workers themselves are devising new approaches to aquiring skills they need to help their organizations meet growing needs.
Advice for New Fund Raisers
What should rookie fund raisers know before they start meeting with prospective donors? Veteran fund raisers offer their ideas.
A project aimed at matching skilled, older volunteers with charities shows how those organizations can benefit far beyond the amount of time managers put into supervising and...
- Do Charity Executives Need MBA’s?
- Nonprofit Job Market Appears to Stabilize, Study Finds
- Nonprofit Groups Don't Expect Major Job Cuts in 2010
- Graduate Applications Rise as Job Uncertainty Looms
- A Growing Leadership Gap
- Social networks can give job hunters an edge -- or reveal too much
- A Recruiter Gives Guidance to Those Seeking Switch to a Nonprofit Career
- Facing an Age-Old Problem
- Résumés Matter: What Nonprofit Employers Want to Know About Job Seekers
An intensely competitive job market is making it harder than ever for recent graduates and established business professionals to break into careers in the nonprofit world.
- Changing Careers to Change the World
- Grooming the Next Generation of Nonprofit Leaders: an Intergenerational Discussion
- Starting and Building a Career in the Nonprofit World
- Standing Out: How Young Nonprofit Workers Can Get Ahead of the Competition