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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] Submissions For Our First Signature Survey End This Friday!

This Friday is the deadline to take our survey – so please take a few minute to tell us what you think! Thank you to all those who have taken the survey already and have spread their survey love to others! Re-Refresher As you may or may not have heard/read, Changing Our World is gathering […]

[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 […]

[Update] Reminder: FLiP is at The Irish Exit in NYC

Join members of FLiP to celebrate the launch of our new website on October 14, 2010 at The Irish Exit in New York City from 6 pm to 8pm. RSVP NOW!!! Ebert and Roeper say this is “the best event of the year”… well, if we knew them they would say that. The Irish Exit […]

Idealist.org Needs Our Help

Every day, Idealist helps connect 70,000 people with 90,000 organizations around the world, in English, Spanish, and French. In addition to our work online, every year we also organize a series of events across North America, including 10 Nonprofit Career Fairs, 20 Graduate School Fairs, and 5 Global Volunteering Fairs.

FLiP Gives Thanks

Hi, FLiPs.  With Thanksgiving upon us, I wanted to share two (of the many) things I’m thankful for. One, I’m thankful for you, our phenomenal readers.  I continue to be inspired by your smart, thoughtful work in this sector — and your willingness to share your successes with all of us.  The FLiP generation is […]

A note from Chief FLiP Will Schneider

FLiPs – Happy New Year! 2008 was huge for FLiP. We had more events than ever, posted more articles, and had way (WAY) more readers. I’m pretty sure that 2009 is going to blow all of that out of the water! However, before we get into our plans for a bigger than ever 2009, I […]

What to Expect: Fundraising Consulting

When I speak to college students about the possibility of a career in the philanthropic sector, their eyes generally light up when I mention my career in consulting. I know what they’re hearing. For some, it sounds like the perfect blended career; you get to work for the social good – and work in the […]

What Would George Washington Do?

Please enjoy this post from the Chair and Executive Director of NYU’s George H. Heyman, Jr. Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising, Naomi Levine. When we read about Bill Gates’ new foundation, made possible by his extraordinary gift of $30 billion dollars and the $32 billion added to this Foundation by Warren Buffett – a Foundation […]

FLiP Turns One!

Well, it’s the middle of May again! FLiP turns one. Since I’m an introspective person, I usually use birthdays as an opportunities to take stock of where I came from. When we started writing the FLiP blog, we figured a few people in the NYC area would be interested in meeting for a drink sometime […]