“I got into nonprofits to get rich”, said no one ever. Let’s face it. We don’t go in this line of work for the money. At the end of the day, we hope that our time and effort will make a dent in making the world a better place.
Author Suraya Zainudin
Waiting to hear back about a job that you recently interviewed for can be one of the most frustrating things to deal with.
However, it is possible to keep yourself busy when you are waiting to hear back. Here are some of the most productive things you can do while you land a job…
elevate your already impressive resume to new heights.
Typically, it can be hard for job seekers to translate their skills, accomplishments, and work ethic from for-profit employment into the social sector. But with the right attitude, more highly-skilled, capable, and passionate professionals can enter the nonprofit world and find both satisfaction and purpose in doing good.
Here are three tips for bringing joy to your job search, with the intention of feeling more energized and empowered in the process, as well as helping you find the right match!
If anyone knows how to cope with a constant stream of rejection, it’s me. But don’t get me wrong – this isn’t a letter of complaint. I’m writing this to help you deal with those times when you’ve been so close to landing the job you’ve always wanted, but haven’t been selected.
There is a number of phrases that might be making you come across as far more inexperienced than you intend – and you might not even be aware of it.
The cutthroat world of corporations may seem light-years away from the good intentions of the nonprofit sector. And while the private sector can learn a lot from the nonprofit sector, like compassion, social responsibility and justice, you can enhance your nonprofit career by learning the strategies used to run businesses and steer them towards success.
The training priorities of organizations today are as much in motion as the business world…
One of the ways to navigate your nonprofit job search is, of course, through social media. The importance of networking and a sound professional profile are well-known, but remember that social media can be used in your job search when you want to target jobs in nonprofit organizations.