By Ronald L. Krannich
Comprises activity seek thoughts and examples of resumes and letters acceptable for a nonprofit task seek.
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Social service organizations hire numerous professionals who provide counseling and development services. Advocacy and political groups hire a disproportionate number of public policy specialists, researchers, writers, and community activists. Business and professional organizations seek communication specialists, researchers, writers, meeting planners, publicists, and lobbyists. Scientific and research organizations disproportionately hire subject specialists with demonstrated research and writing skills as well as librarians.
However, many nonprofits also are organized at the international and national levels. Some, such as the United Way and the International Red Cross, have affiliated state and local organizations that operate at the grassroots level. Positions and Skills Sought Like any organization that operates in a public arena with both money and a mission, nonprofit organizations need public relations specialists, marketing managers, comptrollers, program officers, meeting planners, accountants, bookkeepers, librarians, office managers, computer specialists, community organizers, education and communication specialists, publicists, researchers, writers, editors, lobbyists, word processors, and mail room personnel along with front-line specialists in particular subject areas.
And if you sponsor a child through Childreach or the Christian Children's Fund, help the housing poor through Habitat For Humanity, enroll your child in the Girl or Boy Scouts of America, or join the American Automobile Association (AAA), the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), or the National Rifle Association (NRA), you participate in some of the largest and most effective organizations that define the nonprofit world. During the past three years nonprofits have begun to embrace technology and get wired via the Internet.