Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Executive AssistantThe Central Association of the Miraculous Medal

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Jul 12
Director of Finance and AdministrationCenter for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly (CARIE)

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

Jul 12
Coordinator of After School and Summer Enrichment ProgramsHope Partnership for Education

Philadelphia, PA

Program Management

Jul 11
Director of Major GiftsSt. Joseph's Preparatory School

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Jul 11
Counselor AdvocateTurning Point of Lehigh Valley, Inc.

Allentown, PA

Advocacy/Legal

Jul 10
HR/Finance SpecialistPhiladelphia Academies, Inc.

Philadelphia, PA

Other

Jul 05
Administrative AssistantPhiladelphia Stories

Philadelphia, PA

Admin/Clerical

Jul 05
Director of Communications and MarketingWillistown Conservation Trust

Newtown Square, PA

Marketing & Communications

Jul 03
Chief Mission OfficerBridge of Hope National

Exton, PA

Program Management

Jul 02
Grant AdministratorThe Snider Foundation

Bryn Mawr, PA

Other

Jul 02

From the blog

Advocates for Social Justice

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 12 July 2018, 12:28 pm

I have been having a lot of conversation with my masters students about the role nonprofits might play in the fight for social justice.  Obviously, there are nonprofits whose explicit mission is all about social justice, working on behalf of a group being denied that essential American promise of the ability to pursue life, liberty and happiness, and all that entails.  For those nonprofits, there is no question, but only up to a point:  the point at which the current fight doesn’t fit within the parameters of their mission.  Then they are in the same boat as the vast majority.

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Dinkum Elko and Associates Kreischer Miller Laura Solomon Subaru