Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Featured Emergency Housing DirectorEpiscopal Community Services

Philadelphia, PA

Human Services/Mental Health/Recovery

Jul 21
Featured Grant SpecialistValley Forge Educational Services

Malvern, PA

Development

Jul 15
Manager of Stewardship and Board RelationsSettlement Music School

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Jul 15
Development and Communications AssistantSafe Harbor of Chester County

West Chester, PA

Development

Jul 15
Volunteer Coordinator Gift of Life Donor Program

Philadelphia, PA

Volunteer Management

Jul 14
AmeriCorps Positions Beginning August 2016! College Possible

Philadelphia, PA

Education

Jul 14
Director of DevelopmentACLU of Delaware

Wilmington, DE

Development

Jul 11
Director of Faith-Based ProgrammingPresby's Inspired Life

Lafayette Hill, PA

Development

Jul 08
Addictions TherapistMazzoni Center

Philadelphia, PA

Human Services/Mental Health/Recovery

Jul 07
Executive DirectorNew Century Trust

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Jul 07

From the blog

The Future of Nonprofits

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 21 July 2016, 1:01 pm

Increasingly, I see the nonprofit sector in failing health.  If it and its parts (that is the individual 1.6 million nonprofits that comprise the sector) don’t take stock and implement some corrective actions, we have no one to blame but ourselves. Embed from Getty Images First, let’s recognize the schizophrenia plagues too many nonprofits.  I’ve lost track of the number of clients who have told me:  “my nonprofit is not like others.”   Nonprofits see themselves as different from their peers, as unique, when, in truth, there are far more commonalities across the entire sector than there are differences.   Somehow, in.

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