Employing nearly 11 percent of Michigan's workforce, the nonprofit sector has hundreds of thousands of employment opportunities. No matter who you are, where you come from or where you are in your career, this guide (presented by MNA and the Council of Michigan Foundations) provides practical guidance and knowledge as a first step to establishing your ideal career in the nonprofit sector. Click here to download this guide.
Principles and Practices
Interested in diversifying your workplace? Check out this guide for recruiting and retaining diverse talent complete with simple action steps and links to other resources. Nonprofit-Diversity-Inclusion-and-Equity-Resource.October-2015.pdf
Read this article from LINKS, MNA's quarterly magazine publication, to learn more about planning for and building diversity at your nonprofit. LINKS is only available to MNA members, so if you find this article useful consider joining MNA to receive this informative publication regularly. MNA-Links-Magazine-Diversity-Article-Summer-2015.pdf
Michigan nonprofits prove their value time and time again but it goes without saying that any organization whether it is a Fortune 500 corporation, foundation or nonprofit, is only as solid as the talent it is able to attract and retain. The environment for Michigan nonprofits requires that they create appropriate compensation packages if they want to stay competitive in the pool of employers who are looking for quality talent....