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Careers in the nonprofit sector

Terry W. McAdam

Careers in the nonprofit sector

doing well by doing good

by Terry W. McAdam

  • 152 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Taft Group in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vocational guidance.,
  • Job hunting.,
  • Career changes.,
  • Nonprofit organizations.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 177-183.

    StatementTerry W. McAdam.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5381 .M39623 1986
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 199 p. :
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2729209M
    ISBN 100914756265
    LC Control Number86023201

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With The Nonprofit Career Guide, you'll get the competitive edge you need to land a great first job and build a rewarding career in the nonprofit sector.

Published by Fieldstone Alliance in collaboration with American Humanics/5(17). Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The Idealist Guide to Nonprofit Careers for Sector Switchers is the comprehensive resource for transitioning professionals pursuing new career options in the nonprofit sector.

Get indispensable advice, relevant strategies, and nonprofit-specific resources to strengthen your job search/5(25). Profiling more than 70 dynamic careers, Career Opportunities in the Nonprofit Sector educates readers about the diversity of opportunities in nonprofit and provides practical and useful information about possible career paths and job titles.

Extensive appendixes include lists of schools, organizations, publications, and further resources. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Private nonprofit economy / Dennis R.

Young --Myths and realities / Henry Goldstein --Compensation patterns in the sector / Anne Preston --Educating and training managers for the sector / Lilly Cohen --General managers / John R.

Garrison [and others] --Managers of philanthropy / Steven. Careers in the Charity/Nonprofit Sector December 1, If you would like to remember the positive things in your life and you would like to support Good News Shared which shares positive charitable news, you should get The Moments Journal for someone for Xmas- launched today.

Work for Good is a simple nonprofit job board that lists up to different nonprofit careers. With more thanmonthly Careers in the nonprofit sector book, the site is the go-to place for people looking to start a new career, transition to a new one, or simply move up the ladder in a mission-oriented organization.5/5(5).

The Nonprofit Career Guide: How to Land a Job that Makes a Difference by Shelly Cryer: Highly rated book that can help you think about possibilities in careers in the nonprofit sector.

Career Opportunities in the Nonprofit Sector by Jennifer Bobrow Burns: Resource for college students to. Get this from a library. Career opportunities in the nonprofit sector. [Jennifer Bobrow Burns] -- Outlines career opportunities in the nonprofit sector, discussing such aspects as salaries, skill requirements, education and training, and advancement prospects.

by Joshua Heim, Abbey Gardner Publication Date: Whether you're mulling over the pros and cons of a career in the nonprofit sector, or are actively seeking employment or promotion in the industry, Vault's Guide to Nonprofit Careers has something to offer you: a tour of the industry that encompasses both a big picture view of the sector as well as some of the individual details that affect.

“I believe that you need to read books that are outside of the nonprofit sector to inspire outside of the box thinking,” Dahling Sullivan said. “My take away from this book is the value of ‘creating memorable moments’—I also bought copies for my staff!” The Harvard Business Review Daily Alert, Harvard Business Review.

Average salary: PayScale puts the range of senior data scientist pay between $93, and $, per year, but you may see lower numbers in the nonprofit sector. Education requirements: You’ll need advanced information technology training, as well as better than average analytical and business insight. The nonprofit sector offers more varied paths.

Depending on how you look at it, this can be either daunting or wonderfully liberating. Here’s the lowdown on the winding nature of career paths in the nonprofit and social good sector.

Getting your foot in the door. Good news. There are many ways to get started with a nonprofit or social good. “The nonprofit sector is burgeoning with opportunities for career changers,” says Laura Gassner Otting, author of the excellent new book Mission. nonprofit sector know that this is not the type of career that provides a millionaire’s salary.

However, it is a misconception that people in the nonprofit sector cannot make ends meet. In fact, some statistics indicate that in certain sub-sectors of the economy, nonprofit workers are paid better than their for-profit counterparts.

TheFile Size: KB. We need a fresh map of life and careers, beginning with sabbaticals for those between midlife and their encore. That’s true for people who are already working in the nonprofit sector, as well as for those moving in from other backgrounds.

Many people who have worked 25, or 30 years in the nonprofit sector will want a break. Part One. The nonprofit sector: a review of employment opportunities.

The private nonprofit economy by Dennis R. Young. Myths and realities, rewards and frustrations of working in the nonprofit sector by Henry Goldstein. Compensation patterns in the sector by Anne Preston.

Educating and training managers for the sector by Lilly Cohen. An example of this type of book is Jobs and Careers with Nonprofit Organizations: Profitable Opportunities in the Nonprofit Sector (Impact Publishers, ), by Author: Gwendolyn Bradley.

57% of non-profits anticipate creating new positions (v. 36% in the private sector). You can benefit from this growth as a job-seeker, career changer, entrepreneur, or even if you're not looking. For instance, in that Johns Hopkins Nonprofit Employment Report mentioned in the introduction, you can find the scope and diversity of employment in the sector.

Just consider that more than half of all nonprofit jobs in the U.S. are in the health. Careers in Nonprofit Studies. The nonprofit sector has exploded over the past three decades, both in the US and abroad. Nationally, approximately 9% of GDP is produced by nonprofits and the nonprofit sector employs about 8% of the workforce.

In Richmond and the surrounding counties, nonprofit organizations employ o workers and expend.The Idealist Guide to Nonprofit Careers for Sector Switchers is the comprehensive resource for transitioning professionals pursuing new career options in the nonprofit sector.

Get indispensable advice, relevant strategies, and nonprofit-specific resources to strengthen your job search. Written by nonprofit career experts, The Idealist Guide is easily accessible and convenient to read.The Disadvantages of Working for a Nonprofit.

As with any job or industry, there are disadvantages of working for a nonprofit organization. These aren’t hard-and-fast rules – for example, some nonprofits pay surprisingly well, especially if you’re in a senior leadership or technical role – but they are general themes that seem to plague these types of organizations more than for-profit.