Brooklyn Org’s monthly nonprofit newsletter provides information on nonprofit resources, jobs, and funding; below you’ll find some highlights from this month’s edition. To share your resources and job listings for our next issue, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Workshops & Programming
Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School: Recruiting Community Partners
Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School’s innovative work study program is looking for community partners! In this program, students will attend classes four days a week and intern one full day a week–from September to June, during all four years of high school, and the revenue generated by the program is used to offset the cost of tuition. If your organization is interested in mentorship and youth workforce development, contact Alan Garcia, VP of Corporate Work Study, at email@example.com to learn more.
Nominations Open for the RISE Fellowship: Rolling Deadline
The Institute for Nonprofit Practice’s RISE Fellowship is a leadership development program where Fellows learn how mission-driven, social impact organizations function, develop essential leadership skills, and build a deep network to propel their careers. Nominations are open for candidates with five or fewer years of work experience in the social impact sector; the cohort will meet virtually from January to June 2024. Nominate a candidate here.
Nonprofit Job Opportunities
The following organizations are hiring for multiple positions this month:
a catalog of capacity-building tools for small nonprofits including 80+ live webinars, workshops, panels, and an online resource library. Admission to the annual National Small Nonprofit Summit is also included.
Teams of University of Pennsylvania alumni-volunteers tap their business acumen to help nonprofits address key areas such as strategic growth planning and fundraising; marketing and communications, and more.
Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) allows the use of designated meeting rooms at its neighborhood branches by community and nonprofit groups and organizations for meetings that are educational, cultural, or civic in nature.