Posts made in May 2018

Various Roles You Could Hold in a Nonprofit

nonprofit recruitersWhether you are interested in learning more about working for a nonprofit or are struggling to see yourself as an employee of one, we have good news: there are a variety of things you can do in a nonprofit organization. Here are a few that are often not heard of as much and what kind of duties you would be responsible for in each of these job titles.

Grant writer – Do you like to write? Are you good at conveying emotion, and are highly articulate in detailing what you need and how you need it? Grant writing might be for you! While it is not the right job title for everyone in an organization, grant writers are valuable pieces in the nonprofit puzzle.

Fundraising coordinator – If there is one position that is overlooked when people are looking for roles within a nonprofit, it is fundraising coordinator. The fundraising coordinator of an association oversees the various events and programs that generate money for the nonprofit’s mission and works with other parts of the organization to find resources for their projects.

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How to Bring Millennials to Your Nonprofit

Millennials make up a sizable portion of the workforce in the United States currently. Forward-thinking, innovative, and more technology-nonprofit recruiting firmsdriven than any other generation before them, millennials can be significant assets to any nonprofit organization’s staff. Here are a few ways in which you can work to bring millennials into your organization:

Talk up the experience of your nonprofit – Studies have shown that over ¾ of millennials appreciate the experience of something over tangible objects. If you are looking to bring more millennials into your nonprofit, talk about the great experience they will gain from working there.

Show that you are invested in their future – Along with valuing experiences over objects, millennials also want to know that their future is being valued not only by them but their employer as well. By showing them that you are invested in their future with your nonprofit, this can help them to see themselves as an employee there.

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