First of all, you got the interview! Congratulations! Now you’re getting ready for it. You’ve researched your organization on Guidestar. You’ve got your interview questions. You’ve got your pad, pen, and a good idea of what 3 major issues the organization is facing right now,and how you can help solve those issues. 1. Breathe. Meditate… [Keep Reading]
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Is your nonprofit in serious financial trouble?
What are your leaders doing about it?
What are you doing about it?
When you go in for that nonprofit job interview, pretend you’re Sherlock Holmes. Nothing escapes you. Look around. Is this environment going to support you and your goals? What kind of question is that? Isn’t everyone scrambling to find a job? Even if you are scrambling, and you feel that you HAVE TO take the job, these questions are here to help you decide if this job is going to be a difficult one.