Tag: millennial advice series

Three Ways to Cultivate Professional Relationships

This is the last guest post of my advice series featuring insights from young nonprofit professionals.   Check out the other articles and be sure to subscribe to my blog via email so you never miss a post. By Guest Blogger Jessica Journey After graduating from college, figuring out the next steps in your career can … Read More »

The New Nonprofit Kid on the Block: Tips on Integrating into a New Community

This is the third guest post of my advice series featuring insights from young nonprofit professionals.   Check out the other articles and be sure to subscribe to my blog via email so you never miss a post. By Guest Blogger Sarah Percoulis Have you ever considered moving out of the area you live in, but … Read More »

Jump Start Your Nonprofit Career with a Year of Service

This is the second guest post of my advice series featuring insights from young nonprofit professionals.   Check out the other articles and be sure to subscribe to my blog via email so you never miss a post. Guest Blogger Jeff Raderstrong As the deadline of graduation loomed before me, I was pretty scared. I had no answer … Read More »

How to Effectively Communicate Undergraduate Experiences to Land a Nonprofit Job

This is the first guest post of my advice series featuring insights from young nonprofit professionals.   Check out the introduction and be sure to subscribe to my blog via email so you never miss a post. By Guest blogger Nathan Hand Pomp and circumstance turns into complete anxiety overnight. College is officially behind you and … Read More »

Advice Series for Recent College Grads Interested in Nonprofit Work

As a new batch of college grads enter the work force, many are looking for opportunities to make a difference.  I have had the privilege of not only sharing my experiences but also working closely with young people who are interested in careers in nonprofit work. I often get a flurry of questions on how … Read More »