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Please post your open nonprofit marketing position here—for full- or part-time staff, consulting or internship opportunities.

New Opportunities

Audience Engagement Director and Senior Communications Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Princeton, NJ)

Communications & Social Media Coordinator, Easter Seals
(New Castle, DE)

Communications Manager, WildAid (San Francisco, CA)

Content Director, International Youth Foundation (Baltimore, MD)

Donor Engagement Manager and Senior Creative Manager, Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties (San Jose, CA)

Manager of Public Affairs, The National Trust for Historic Preservation (Washington DC)

Marketing & Communications Manager and Development & Communications Assistant, Seabury Resources for Aging (Washington DC)

Media Relations Associate, The Sikh Coalition (New York, NY)

Senior Marketing Manager, Artstor Digital Library (New York, NY)

Social Media Coordinator,  Advocacy Organization (Arlington, VA)

Social Media & Community Fundraising Liaison, PETA (Oakland, CA)

Writer & Client Liaison, Impact Communications (Washington DC)

W.K. Kellogg Community Philanthropy Chair, Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy (Grand Rapids, MI)

Recent Opportunities

Nonprofit Marketing Jobs—March 17, 2014

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5 Things Your Online Community Should be Doing

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Demetrio P. Cardona-Maguigad Director of Strategic Design LimeRed Studio Building a community online isn’t just about you and your organization, it’s about embracing the people who share your vision, purpose, and cause outside of your immediate organization. It should establish commonality, shared identity, and culture that seeks to address and solve problems together.

Google CEO Says He’d Give Billions to Elon Musk, Not Charity – Philanthropy Today - Blogs - The Chronicle of Philanthropy

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Google CEO Says He’d Give Billions to Elon Musk, Not Charity – Philanthropy Today - Blogs - The Chronicle of Philanthropy: Larry Page, the chief executive officer of Google, said Wednesday that he would rather donate his fortune to the billionaire technology entrepreneur Elon Musk than to a philanthropic enterprise, Business Insider and Wired report.

Forget The Status Quo: Final Thoughts On NTC 2014 | The NonProfit Times

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Forget The Status Quo: Final Thoughts On NTC 2014 | The NonProfit Times: Technology won’t fix the problems your nonprofit is trying to solve. It will enable your people to tackle those problems in new ways that might be much more efficient than your old ways.

This was one of the themes prevalent in discussions during the 2014 Nonprofit Technology Conference (#2014NTC), last week sponsored by the Nonprofit Technology Enterprise Network (NTEN).

Soliciting Funds From the Crowd? Results Will Vary - NYTimes.com

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Soliciting Funds From the Crowd? Results Will Vary - NYTimes.com: ESTABLISHED museums like the Smithsonian Institution are increasingly turning to crowdfunding appeals to help pay for exhibits and programs that tight budgets might otherwise preclude.

Individual artists have been soliciting donations from the public for years, using Internet fund-raising platforms like Kickstarter, Indiegogo and Razoo to defray the costs of producing their work. Museums, long reliant on corporate sponsorships, gifts and bequests, have been more hesitant to raise funds digitally because the substantial commitment of staff time required for such campaigns does not always produce a big financial win.

To give or not to give: Here are the stingiest tech gazillionaires | ZDNet

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To give or not to give: Here are the stingiest tech gazillionaires | ZDNet: Inside Philanthropy has a fascinating list of the top philanthropists in the tech industry. (You’ll be surprised at who is at the top: Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner, the original founders of Cisco Systems).

It also includes the six least generous (a generous way to say, “the tightest and least charitable”) tech billionaires.

Give your website an organic role in growing your nonprofit � Philanthropy North Carolina

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Give your website an organic role in growing your nonprofit � Philanthropy North Carolina: Your nonprofit’s website should embrace visitors and engage them in your work.

It should be your welcome sign, your open door, your directory and your help desk.

It should make clear to visitors, instantly, who you are, who you serve and the difference you make.

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