A Sustainable Guide for Hiring Freelancers and Virtual Assistants By Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D. [Author's note: The intent of this article is not to recommend the elimination of current employees, nor to encourage boards and CEOs to ask the question why do I need to pay a … [Read more...] about A Shift in “Employment Thinking” Saving Nonprofits Millions During COVID-19 and Going Forward
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By Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D.
I wrote this piece “BCE” (Before the COVID Era). As this global crisis evolves, and the new normal arises, I’ve found this framework to be more relevant then I originally predicted.
The Idea of Sustainability
Whether a startup Jewish nonprofit … [Read more...] about Pivoting Towards Sustainability:
A New/Old Model to Survive and Thrive in this “New Normal”
By Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D., Lauren Post, and Austin Reid Modern and Ancient Judaism have been enriched by those who choose to be Jewish. For millennia, Jews by choice have played a critical role in our collective Jewish narrative. Each convert arrives with a different … [Read more...] about Did You Convert to Judaism? An Invitation to Share Your Story
Three Tools that You Need to Know Before Spending Your Next Dollar on Facebook Ads (for Giving Tuesday and Year-Round) By Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D. There is a seemingly contradictory mitzvah to both count the Jews, and to not count the Jews. Count them in a group anonymously … [Read more...] about Gearing Up for Giving Tuesday?
By Noy Anisman, Jonah Eisen, Lauren Hayat, and Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D. (Noy, Jonah & Lauren) As student board members at UCLA’s Hillel, we had the idea of launching a student networking night. While we had students who were interested, we lacked the network of p … [Read more...] about How to Create a Student Networking Night in 10 Hours or Less: A Case Study and Guide