Related to: Board Development, Related to: Collaboration, Related to: Communications & Marketing, Related to: Financial Management, Related to: Fundraising, Related to: Leadership, Related to: Volunteer Management
Interested in starting a nonprofit? Do you have an idea about how to create positive change in New Mexico? Ready to get started?
SINC, the nonprofit capacity... Read Article
Related to: Leadership
The University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management's MBA in Education Leadership is a unique and innovative program for those interested in pursuing a career in nonprofit and education organizations.
At our core, we strive to innovate, educate and transform leaders. The program prepares current and future professionals with skills in leadership,... Read Article
Related to: Volunteer Management
Part of being a good volunteer manager is understanding how to be a good volunteer. Below are four things you can start doing right now to become a better volunteer, ultimately creating a bigger impact for organizations that serve your community.1. Educate yourself
First things first: you should have a firm grasp of your volunteer organization’... Read Article
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A statewide, widely... Read Article
Related to: Evaluation
Leaders of The University of New Mexico Evaluation Lab deem the group’s inaugural Summer Institute an unequivocal success. Seventeen nonprofits from across the state gathered for this week-long training.
This is about empowering community organizations to take part in evaluation on an ongoing basis. It eliminates the need for them to hire an... Read Article
Related to: FundraisingDigital + Traditional Methods = Success.
When you operate a nonprofit organization, it isn’t just your employees and volunteers who count on you to lead them to success. People in need are relying on you to fulfill your mission, and you can’t afford to let them down. That’s why organizing successful fundraising events is crucial.
No matter how well-... Read Article
Related to: LeadershipFormer Encore Director Tackles New Role.
The Center for Nonprofit Excellence (CNPE) is pleased to announce that Larry Alei will be serving as the Interim Director of CNPE.
Since 2016, Larry directed the Encore Fellowship program and served as a project manager with the CNPE.
Previous to his role at CNPE, Larry was with Intel for 26 years, 23... Read Article
Related to: AdvocacyYes, At Least For Now.
Sixty percent of college graduates have, on average, $27,975 in debt. For some of those with a graduate degree, you can add a zero on the end of that number. Using that education to assist communities at a nonprofit is rewarding in many ways, but that loan inevitably becomes part of the decision process when an individual is searching... Read Article
Related to: Leadership
With the documentary about Fred Rogers receiving critical acclaim, GuideStar took a look back at lessons the nonprofit sector could take away from his life and legacy in public service.
Mister Rogers was a leader, often in unexpected ways. He wrote characters and storylines into his show at times when they were... Read Article
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A Jack Russell terrier that survived 24 days alone at sea on an abandoned oil tanker captured the hearts and minds of millions of people, sparking an outpouring of support to the Hawaiian Humane Society and efforts by the U.S. Navy that probably cost a half-million dollars.
... Read Article