Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Nonprofit Career Round-Up: 4/6/2011

Another day, another batch of helpful nonprofit job links for you.  Here are today's recommendations...

  • 'Seven Tips for Techies in a Nonprofit Job Interview'-This article is from NTEN (Nonprofit Technology Network), and as the title implies, it is geared towards those who are interested in the technology side of nonprofits.  So if you want to, say, get a job as a webmaster at a non-profit organization, this is a good article for you to read.
  • 'The Wild Woman's Guide to Fundrasing'-Before you ask, yes, this link is safe for work.  Maureen Anderson, a nonprofit career expert, has recently written a book on fundraising as a career.  Why is this interesting to you?  Well, you can submit her questions that will be asked on a radio show broadcast on the link I provided.  Here's your chance to ask any burning questions you might have about fundraising!
  • 'Nonprofit Offers International Teaching Jobs in Asia'-Many people I know have decided to take teaching jobs overseas after they graduated college, so I decided to pass along this link I found about that very subject.  Greenheart Travel, a division of the nonprofit organization Center for Cultural Interchange, has announced that it is looking for applicants for teaching jobs in Asian countries.  These countries include China, Taiwan, and South Korea.   I haven't ever done teaching abroad, but everyone I talk to tells me it is a life changing experience, so it's worth taking a look at.

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