It’s an exciting time here at Idealist Careers HQ. We’re revamping our site and coming up with more relevant ways of helping you find your nonprofit job. But we need your input! Take the Idealist Careers survey today!
Yeah, we know. Networking is one of the best ways to find a job. But what if you’re out and about, meeting and greeting, and still don’t have a job to show for it?
Evaluate a potential career on three factors: value alignment, opportunities for autonomy, and whether you like the people.
Now, you wouldn’t really ask 175 questions during a job interview, however it always helps to have a list handy.
Join us Wednesday January 14th at 6 p.m. EST for a webinar on what it takes to make the leap from for-profit to nonprofit.
We know that during this time of year, many people are eager to find new jobs. To help you out, we’ve created three free email-based classes on a few core areas of job hunting: Using LinkedIn, finding the right fit, and crafting a great resume.
Want extra support to get through a tough job search? Perhaps you can get the help you need from a job search buddy.
Even if your friends can’t give you insider information on an organization you admire, consider the following ways that they can give your job search a boost.
No, this isn’t a letter to air your grievances from being knee-deep in the job search; it’s a letter addressing the employer’s pain and how you can help.
From employment support to consulting services, nonprofits help solve a variety of problems. Use Idealist to look for organizations that offer the help you need.