Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Madison Nonprofit Day Conference 2021
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Summer Graphic Design Internship
Tingalls Graphic Design Tingalls 12-week paid internship program is perfect for graphic design students in their last semester of school or recent graduates beginning their career to enhance their personal portfolio. Our interns polish their software skills, collaborate and brainstorm with our design team, attend client meetings and teambuilders, tour local printers, and more.
Peace Corps Response Volunteer
Peace Corps @UW-Madison Peace Corps is seeking professionals with diverse skills and the know-how to hit the ground ready to serve. Bring your expertise and experience to the projects where you are needed the most.
Your service term length is 3-12 months, not the usual 2+ years you've heard about. Find out more from the campus recruiter at the UW-Madison.
Peace Corps Volunteer
Peace Corps @UW-Madison From leading health campaigns to boosting local entrepreneurship to teaching digital literacy, Peace Corps offers a range of opportunities for making a difference. If you need help finding the best fit, contact the UW-Madison campus recruiter. Attend the Live Demonstration on Wednesday, 5/12 between 3-3:30 PM. https://madisonnonprofitday.events.whova.com/Exhibitors/143493
This program is a 27-month commitment: 10-12 weeks of training followed by 2 years of service.
Rooted Rooted grew from a desire to merge the strengths of two vibrant Madison organizations— Center for Resilient Cities— and Community GroundWorks— committed to enabling people to grow and thrive in healthy, equitable, and sustainable neighborhoods. We ground our work in collaborations rooted in food, land, and learning.
Ours is a firm commitment to building racial equity and inclusion and dismantling racism in our communities, in our education and food systems, in the environmental movement, and within our organization. This is a path of lifelong learning and commitment to action.
The Development Director is responsible for securing the resources to sustain our mission. This position develops, manages, and implements the fundraising plan through various channels. The Development Director also cultivates individual donor relationships in collaboration with organizational strategy.
Student Services Coordinator
Literacy Network The Student Services Coordinator for Adult Basic Education (ABE) is a part-time employee who helps adult students reach their goals. The Coordinator conducts ABE student intake and assessments, manages ABE tutoring program waitlists, provides student attendance support, and recruits participants who want to achieve their GED/HSED or improve their reading, writing, and computer skills.
Preschool of the Arts Preschool of the Arts is always looking for great substitute teachers! Come join our team! Very flexible schedules are available. To apply, email email@example.com with your resume.
Director of Finance
End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin Based in Madison, Wisconsin, with staff across the state and country, End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin (End Abuse) is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization dedicated to creating safer communities and freedom from domestic abuse and other forms of oppression across the lifespan. End Abuse works with and on behalf of its partners and member agencies on a wide array of initiatives. These efforts include: public policy and systems advocacy, legal program, homicide prevention, outreach to underserved communities, human trafficking awareness, engaging youth, economic empowerment, coordinated community response, technical assistance to member programs, and management of statewide prevention funding. Additionally, End Abuse houses a national elder abuse program and a culturally-specific advocacy program.
The Director of Finance is the financial leader of the organization and is responsible for monitoring, developing and implementing financial plans and strategies. This includes grant and organizational financial budgeting, reporting and auditing; overseeing the collaborative coordination, development and reporting of financial management of subcontracts; and establishing standards and policies to assure consistency and quality of all End Abuse organizational management of finances. These responsibilities also include overseeing cash flow planning, preparing and reviewing budgets and tracking operational metrics. To be successful in this role, you should have in-depth knowledge of risk management methods and the ability to create forecasting models.
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