Tag Archives: Career Development

25 Habits For Moving Up From Your Entry-Level Nonprofit Job

Whether you’ve been at your nonprofit for 2 months or 2 years, it’s natural to wonder what the future holds. Sure this entry-level job will cut it for now, but don’t we all want that big, shiny promotion?

So work with an eye towards the future!  When we have a vision of where we want to be in our careers, we become more deliberate in the steps we take to get there. 

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How to Find & Pitch Your Next Conference Trip

For the ambitious nonprofit professional, conferences are the way to go. A conference can be a great opportunity to expand your skills,  build your network and learn new knowledge to propel your organization forward. As someone who personally loves learning, they really are my jam.

That said, not all conferences are made equal. And not all employers are jumping to send us there.

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The End of Summer Checklist: 10 Ways To Get Work Ready for Fall

If there’s one thing I can count on about this season, it’s the fact that it flies by every single year. Seriously, where did August go?

But this is not the time to lament the end of summer and long days at the beach; after all, who doesn’t love the fall?! Continue reading

The Case for Being Employed for Good

 

Hi, I’m Dee. I’m a life hack addict and I work for a nonprofit organization in New York City.

 

If you’ve ever worked in the social sector, you may think ‘‘nice, she’s one of us!’ If you aren’t familiar with the term, then you’re likely wondering “what does that mean, and who would work for a company that doesn’t turn a profit?” It’s a good question – one that I frequently get from relatives whenever the subject comes up. Continue reading