By Amy Born & David Goott One February, Sam and Jamie both began jobs at the same Jewish organization. Sam had one summer of relevant work experience while Jamie had three years of relevant experience. They both started with annual salaries of $56,000. Sam’s manager e … [Read more...] about Beyond the Money: Being Clear About How Pay Works
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By Kelly Segal It’s post High Holidays in the Jewish nonprofit universe - the time when many organizations kick-off a slate of programming to showcase the importance of their mission, and educate and engage their community. Now that everything is remote, likely f … [Read more...] about Not So Fast: Keep Chairs and Committees for Virtual Programs
By David Bernstein Last week, I asked a foundation for financial support for advocacy work in the event of contested elections. Many Jewish organizations have become increasingly concerned about the prospect of contested elections, violence, and challenges to the democratic … [Read more...] about Funding Jewish Advocacy in a Crazy World
By Naava Frank and Ziva Mann “I am a nervous wreck, I am way behind on my fundraising, my staff is not getting along, I don’t know how to support them, I lost a major donor, and I feel so alone,” said Aron, an Executive Director of a nonprofit, a few months into COVID … [Read more...] about How to Reduce Stress and Increase Learning: The Power of Professional Networks During COVID
By Shlomo Schreibman As a young teenager, my dream was to pursue a career as a psychologist. I have always loved people and found the relationship and interaction of our beliefs and actions fascinating. Five years ago, I became a Social-Industrial certified psychologist. Not … [Read more...] about What do behavioral Psychology and Crowdfunding have in common? A lot!