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After a decades long history of helping nonprofits find the right talent and helping job-seekers connect with meaningful missions, The Nonprofit Center is closing its jobsite.  Findnonprofitjobs.org will suspend operation as of 12/31/19, yielding to an abundance of national job search websites that are meeting that need.  We thank  you for your support and interest throughout the years (from our monthly OppNocs jobs newsletter to today) and urge you to visit lasallenonprofitcenter.org/ for all your capacity building needs. Thank you for your support.

December 1, 2019 is the last day we will be accepting postings. Those posts will run through 12/31/19. Thank you.

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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

Happy Donors

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 12 December 2019, 8:16 am

So many cultures and faiths teach the adage that it is better to give than receive.  While it is done to encourage selflessness while helping those less fortunate.  Research indicates, however, that giving isn’t quite the selfless act we think it is, in that is also beneficial to the giver. Giving both time and money actually ratchet ups a giver’s oxytocin (the “compassion hormone”), as well as endorphins and dopamine, producing what some refer to as the “donor’s high” (akin to a runner’s high).  People who donate, regardless of their motivation (genuine altruism or moral whitewashing, and every other reason,.

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Dinkum Kreischer Miller Laura Solomon Subaru