Making the Most of Your Off-Season-Part 1

Making the Most of Your Off-Season, Part 1 July 18, 2011, 11:32 am By Rob Jenkins Here we are, roughly halfway between the end of the spring hiring cycle at community colleges and the first of the fall job announcements. Welcome to the academic job hunter’s off-season. If you’re still looking for a tenure-track position, […]


Will conduct outreach sessions throughout the state July 5 – 12   Baton Rouge, La. – The Foundation for Louisiana will begin accepting grant requests to fund projects that increase economic opportunity for marginalized Louisiana communities.  The Foundation has released its grantmaking strategy and application guidelines reflecting its commitment to supporting community-driven projects dedicated to […]

The New Relationship Between Philanthropy and Business

Byline: Caroline Bermudez/By: Jason Saul Corporations are increasingly moving away from social-responsibility programs that just give away money and more toward using philanthropy as a business strategy that produces both financial and societal returns. As a result, nonprofit organizations must find new ways to work with companies other than asking for donations, writes Jason Saul, […]

Can’t Small Nonprofits Raise Capital Too? PART I.

Hi All! I know its been awhile…Anyway, I’ve had several clients who work or serve as Director’s of small nonprofits and the question of how to “compete” for major capital dollars is always the theme of the day. To that end, I have conducted research and found this wonderful article by Nell Edington who interviewed […]