In the short-term, the Program Director is responsible for managing key aspects of the lead up and implementation of the Philadelphia training. This entails working closely with current PI staff and partners to prepare the curriculum and to plan for the deployment of training.
The Communications and Public Relations Associate has as its primary responsibility: to help foster and maintain a positive public image for TSNE MissionWorks, promoting its mission, services, programs, and projects both internally to TSNE MissionWorks, and externally.
(This letter was originally published in the Nonprofit Quarterly)
Dear Google for Nonprofits, Amazon Smile, Facebook, Slack, Microsoft, and others,
The Research and Data Intern will be part of a small, fast-paced staff based in New York City that works closely with our national group of advisors, the BMP Project Team. The Intern will contribute to the Building Movement Project’s research projects on leadership (particularly race and nonprofit leadership), service and social change, and movement building.
The Regional Community Facilitator is a full-time position with ACEs Connection. The person in this position will function as a Regional Community Facilitator and support Southern California region. Counties to be covered include: San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura, Kern, San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, Inyo.
The Learning and Evaluation Coordinator will help implement TSNE MissionWorks’ learning strategies, practices, and systems.
With a wave of anti-immigrant policies sweeping our nation, the Center to Support Immigrant Organizing (CSIO) has released a new report, Unlocking Leadership for Social Change: Immigrant Perspectives on Grassroots Transformation, which identifies successful strategies to building leadership in immigrant communities.
The next President and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Hartford, Inc. will lead the organization in its focus on empowering people to change their lives and to reduce economic disparities in local communities.
The Massachusetts Psychological Association is seeking an executive director to lead one of the most highly regarded psychological associations in the country.
It is an open secret in the nonprofit sector that organizations need to engage in succession planning, but few are doing it and fewer still are doing it well. This is especially critical now that a tsunami of baby-boomer executive directors are retiring from longtime leadership. What’s the hold up? The truth is that leadership transitions present an overwhelming number of tricky issues, ranging from the personal needs of executive directors to the organizational requirements of the staff and the board.