15 nonprofits looking for visionary leaders

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Photo credit: Ruslan Grumble, Shutterstock

While the work nonprofits do might vary, what they all have in common is the need for dedicated, visionary executive directors to help the organization grow and succeed. If you are ready to become an executive director, or you’re currently an ED looking for a new challenge, check out the job opportunities below! And if you want more resources and guidance on leading a nonprofit, check out our articles.

Executive director positions in the arts

  • Get the San Francisco community involved in visual arts by working with ArtSpan.

Executive director positions in education

  • After winning $5 million from Bloomberg Philanthropies, Providence Talks in Rhode Island needs a leader to help them ensure children are ready for and succeed in kindergarten.
  • After-School All-Stars National is largest school-based after-school program provider in the country and they are launching a new chapter in Philadelphia, PA. Apply here to lead this new chapter.

Executive director positions in leadership and relationship development

  • Strengthen the relationship between China and the United States at the 1990 Institute in San Francisco, CA.

Executive director positions in economic and housing development

  • Support the economic and social development of the Fairmount section of Philadelphia and work with the Fairmount CDC.
  • Committed to affordable housing? The New York Housing Conference needs a leader to bring together various stakeholders in New York to figure out how to build more affordable housing for New Yorkers.

Executive director positions focusing on the environment

Happy searching! And be sure to explore more executive director positions on Idealist.

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