Monthly Archives: May 2011

Taking it Global: 10 International Organizations to Keep on Your Nonprofit Radar By Emma Heemskerk

Sick of your local job hunt? Feel like making a broader impact, literally? Look no further. Here’s 10 of the most interesting and innovative international nonprofit organizations that are worthy of more than just your Facebook “like.” 1. Ashoka An … Continue reading

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“I Left My Heart in San Francisco” By: Dana Bright

The Leadership Institute, a partnership between Executive Service Corps (ESC) and YNPN Chicago, recently welcomed its 3rd class of YNPN Chicago members selected to participate via a competitive application process. Thanks to the feedback and participation of the 30 or … Continue reading

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Mentoring By: Marissa Filippo

I attended the YNPN Celebration this year on Feb. 24th where Katie Keiling Arnold was awarded the Young Nonprofit Professional of the Year <http://www.ynpnchicago.org/s/269/index.aspx?sid=269&gid=1&pgid=548&gt;.  Katie made brief remarks when the award was announced, and I was very interested to hear … Continue reading

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Economic Realities and Financial Management By: Brian Kates

Economic and fiscal issues are front and center these days. Regardless of your political persuasion, there are certain economic realities that we as non-profit operators will need to confront. Public revenues have declined sharply and states are cutting expenditures as … Continue reading

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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) By: Divya Mohan Little

– Please note the below post reflects the views and opinions of the author and not necessarily the views of YNPN Chicago. We encourage your comments and feedback. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), commonly referred to as … Continue reading

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