3 Ways Young People Can Develop Their Nonprofit Careers
Two weeks ago, FLiP attended the Second Annual YNPN-NYC’s (Young Non-profit Professionals Network of New York City) Professional Development Fair at the University Settlement. Amidst the energy, the business cards, and the networking, the event also featured a panel discussion titled “Leadership and Your Professional Development“, which included Joseph Rogers, the Director of Policy and Civic Engagement for Education Voters of New York; Jonathan Evans, the Senior Director of Business Relations and Logistics for DonorsChoose.org; Ays Necioglu, the Associate Director at Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO)’s College Scholars Program; Laina Vlasnik Yip, the Senior Program Manager for New Leaders for New Schools; and, Erica Dorn, the Manager of Volunteer Partnerships at ACCION USA. Abigail Feuer, the External Affairs Chair for YNPN-NYC, was the moderator.
Based on that panel, Cindy Similien of YNPN-NYC recently posted an article, 3 Ways Young People Can Develop Their Nonprofit Careers, covering tips, advice and guidance that was discussed. To read her post in full, visit YNPN-NYC online.
Thank You, from Changing Our World, Inc.
Changing Our World, Inc. and FLiP would like to thank everyone who participated in our first signature survey – The Young and the Relentless: An Original Survey of the Next Generation of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leaders. Each of your entries not only provided us with great information, each entry was also tied to a $1 donation to the GlobalGiving cause that earned the most votes by those who completed the survey.
The charity that received the most votes was SEE’s SAT Prep Course for Low-Income students – with 34% of your votes. Changing Our World, Inc. has fulfilled its pledge, making a donation to SEE through GlobalGiving and wishes the students the best of luck on their SAT’s!
Thank you all again for your participation.
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