Submit a Listing

Findnonprofitjobs.org is more than just a jobsite.

In addition to nonprofit job postings, organizations can post openings for board members and other volunteers. Individuals can now 'advertise' themselves to organizations, both for paid and volunteer positions.

To post any of these, please click on the link below and then simply complete the online form. You will notice an option for featured listings (an optional feature that highlights your posting and makes it stand out). Members of The Nonprofit Center can post their jobs are at a discounted rate.

Any payment due must be paid in full before the listing will actually be placed on the site.

For Organizations

Connect with thousands of potential employees, volunteers, and board members via our affordable listings, and help to find applicants with experience and passion.

  1. 1Submit a Job Listing
  2. 2Submit a Board Member Listing
  3. 3Submit a Volunteer Listing

For Individuals

Are you looking for that perfect nonprofit job, or to become engaged with an organization as a volunteer or board member? Post your free profile here to help organizations find you.

  1. 1I'm looking for a Job
  2. 2I'm looking for a Board Position
  3. 3I'm looking to Volunteer

 

 

From the blog

The Story of DAN and ALICE

Posted by Joan Ulmer on 15 August 2019, 11:53 am

A euphemism is a word or phrase that is used in place of some other word or phrase that is deemed to be too harsh for “polite society.”   Unfortunately, however, euphemisms are misleading because, in part, they lack the bluntness that truth brings.  In lacking that bluntness, they allow things to be misconstrued, misunderstood and worse, ignored.  A recent newspaper op-ed identified two euphemisms that had me silently screaming.  One was an official euphemism started by the United Way in this region.  A.L.I.C.E.  A nice female name that stands for “Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed Individuals.”  Seriously?  In other words,.

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