This episode of Career Happy Hour was dedicated to “The Truth Behind Nonprofit Careers” in which Victoria dispels myths about working in the nonprofit sector.
When you’re applying for a job in which you’ll be working remotely (or telecommuting) chances…
Navigating your way through any interview is a stressful event but make it a phone interview for a non-profit and it’s a double whammy. So to prepare yourself and ensure you are ready for your phone interview, follow these tips.
Recently, we spoke with Jamie Smith, YNPN’s Communications & Network Engagement Director for our 3-part series…
Phone and video interviews are very similar, and many initial screenings with potential applicants help ensure the employer that they want to take the next step and schedule an in-person interview. It’s a way for organizations to save time and money, and weed out potential applicants that are simply not a good fit for the job.
Interview coming up? Watch this quick video that outlines the 5 things you should research beforehand.
If you’re truly meeting 90% of the other qualifications for most of the jobs you’re interested in, you can (and should!) apply for them- unless of course the 10% that you’re missing is an integral part of the job. Assess the full list of requirements and how essential they are for the job.
MotherCoders is Lee’s way of ensuring that the projected 1.4 million unfulfilled tech jobs in 2020 will land in the hands of competent, educated, and willing women who happen to be mothers. Since we now know that moms do indeed rule the Internet, she says, we’d be crazy to not give them a chance to help create it.
How do you keep going in the face of setbacks, challenges, and doubt?
A few months ago, I made the leap from the nonprofit world to the private sector, where I now work in corporate social responsibility.