Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Communication Management FellowshipFirst Presbyterian Church in Germantown

Philadelphia, PA

Admin/Clerical

Jan 14
Grants AssociateMission First Housing Group

Philadelphia, PA

Other

Jan 14
Development AssistantWissahickon Valley Watershed Association

Ambler, PA

Development

Jan 14
Development ConsultantOdyssey Charter School

Wilmington, DE

Education

Jan 11
Strategic Partnerships ConsultantOdyssey Charter School

Wilmington, DE

Education

Jan 11
Director of DevelopmentHow I Decide Foundation

Bala Cynwyd, PA

Development

Jan 10
Programs and Partnerships ManagerRiverfront North Partnership

Philadelphia, PA

Program Management

Jan 09
Development CoordinatorRiverfront North Partnership

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Jan 09
Development and Communications Associate

West Chester, PA

Development

Jan 09
Office Assistant (Part-Time)Vincentian Family Office

Philadelphia, PA

Admin/Clerical

Jan 08

From the blog

Leading with Purpose

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 10 January 2019, 8:40 am

Are all nonprofits, by definition, social justice organizations?  This is a question that I pose to students in the Masters in Nonprofit Leadership program.  It is followed by questions like:  given that our purpose is to work on behalf [of some portion] of the public good, does that mean we should all also be working for social, environmental, civil, etc., justice?  Or, is the job of working for justice in whatever area fall only to those organizations with that explicitly in their missions? Now, think about these phrases:  “people expect more responsibility, action, and accountability;” “the beliefs and values that.

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Dinkum Kreischer Miller Laura Solomon Subaru