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Find Nonprofit Jobs: Our name says it all

As the nonprofit that knows nonprofits, it makes sense that The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University's School of Business provides a centralized site to search for all things related to nonprofit jobs. That's why we created the "Find Nonprofit Jobs" website, responding to all nonprofit personnel needs including:

  • Organizations posting staff openings
  • Organizations recruiting board members and other volunteers
  • Individuals looking to match their skills to a nonprofit

Sign-up to receive our email alerts so that you won't miss an opportunity. You'll see featured positions and be alerted to relevant information about nonprofit jobs and professionals.

For a cost of less than $3 a day, it's simple and inexpensive to post a job that will reach thousands of potential candidates immediately.

Job-seekers have always known that The Nonprofit Center's job search page is first place to start their search, and nonprofits know it's the most effective and economical way to reach potential employees. And now, with the added opportunity to match your board and volunteer needs with awaiting talent, it's even more useful and convenient.

Explore Find Nonprofit Jobs and find nonprofit excellence.

 

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From the blog

Giving Tuesday Fatigue

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 8 November 2019, 9:03 am

Giving Tuesday is fast approaching.  According to reports, Giving Tuesday raised 27% more money in 2018 than it did in 2017; it raised 50% more money in 2017 than in 2016.  But where did these billions go? How much of that money did your organization see? There may be something in the downward trend of those percentage increases.  Has Giving Tuesday run its course?  In a recent conversation with a dozen executive directors, not one was singing its praises.  In fact, the opposite was happening; there were lots of laments about the amount of work required for the paucity in.

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