Jobs and Careers with Nonprofit Organizations: Profitable Opportunities with Nonprofits
Impact Publications, 1999 - Associations, institutions, etc - 259 pages
Over 700,000 nonprofit organizations employ more than 10 million people. Here's the book that outlines the many job and career opportunities available in this little known but highly attractive employment arena. Includes 6 major trends for nonprofit organizations; 10 myths that prevent many people from seeking nonprofit jobs; 12 major types of nonprofit organizations; and information on more than 300 major nonprofit employers. Includes job search strategies and examples of resumes and letters appropriate for a nonprofit job search.
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Myths Motivations and the Future
CHAPTER Whats Your Monprofit l g?
CHAPTER Key Nonprofit Job Finding Resources
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