Articles By: Eduardo Arias

3 Ways Young People Can Develop Their Nonprofit Careers; Thank You, from Changing Our World, Inc.

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“, […]

[Update] We Want More!

Before I start, I want our readers to know that responses to our first signature survey The Young and the Relentless: An Original Survey of the Next Generation of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leaders has, and continues to be solid and surprising. Several FLiPs (FLiPpers? FLeeps?) have personally reached out to us here with positive feedback […]

Meet Jessica Jarahian

With the re-launch of FLiP, it seems only natural that we also re-launch of one of our most popular series, Meet-A-FLiP. This series is a string of posts interviewing others like us (and you) in the philanthropic/nonprofit sector willing to share their valuable, insightful and often unique experiences with the FLiP community. I recently reached […]

An Original Survey of the Next Generation of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leaders

In a continuing effort to capture and understand the trends that will shape the sector in the future, Changing Our World is pleased to launch its first signature survey: The Young and the Relentless: An Original Survey of the Next Generation of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leaders.

Join us at the Irish Exit on October 14th

Join members of FLiP to celebrate the launch of its new website on October 14, 2010 at the Irish Exit.

Building an (Almost) Free Nonprofit Website

With tight nonprofit budgets, it is critical to create a top-notch website without breaking the bank. Below, our resident Interactive Services Director, Eduardo Arias gives us 6 tips on building a great nonprofit website while keeping costs down.