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May 5, 2015

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Eight common innovation traps

By Gabriel Kasper & Justin Marcoux, Stanford Social Innovation Review

Innovation, it seems, is easier said than done.

Despite growing interest in applying innovation methodologies to social sector challenges over the past decade, more often than not, philanthropic efforts to support innovation fall short.

That's because the processes, strategies, and structures that funders need to deliberately seek out and support innovation are often quite different from the ones they use for traditional grantmaking-a lesson many funders learn the hard way.

In our SSIR article "The Re-Emerging Art of Funding Innovation" last year, we highlighted many specific approaches that innovation funders are now using. But we find that many grantmakers still end up falling into one or more "innovation traps" — common mistakes that can prevent them from succeeding as they try to find and fund breakthrough social change.

Some of these traps are challenges related to execution and implementation; others are more conceptual, rooted in the way organizations think about what innovation is and what it can achieve. As you read through the eight common innovation traps below, ask yourself whether your organization has faced one or more of these problems, and consider sharing your experience in the comments. Read more.

From projects to people

By Ken Banks, Ashoka fellow, Stanford Social Innovation Review

Bill Siemering was about to jump in his cab to make an airport pickup when his home phone rang. It was the vice president of the MacArthur Foundation. "I was shocked," said Bill, "when he told me I was being awarded a MacArthur Fellowship." That phone call proved to be the turning point of his life.

He never did make that airport pickup.

Years before, Bill had been the director of programming of National Public Radio (NPR), where he had created the first signature program in public radio, All Things Considered. He had also crafted NPR's first mission statement, and while vice president at WHYY-FM in Philadelphia, he was instrumental in bringing Terry Gross and Fresh Air from a local to a national audience. Not bad, you might think.

Despite blazing a trail, though, Bill had eventually found himself out of work; at that time, there just weren't many opportunities in his sector. Read more.

Cooper Union inquiry puts nonprofits on notice

By James B. Stewart, New York Times

In what should be a ringing alarm for nonprofit boards across the country long accustomed to minimal scrutiny or accountability, Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman of New York has signaled that the laissez-faire approach to nonprofit governance is over.

Mr. Schneiderman's office has sent letters to the board members of Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, the prestigious college founded in Manhattan in 1859 by the philanthropist Peter Cooper on the premise that it be "open and free to all." Last year, after the school said it faced financial ruin otherwise, it began charging tuition.

The investigation, reported earlier by The Wall Street Journal, is focusing on the board's management of its endowment; its handling of its major asset, the Chrysler Building; its dealings with Tishman Speyer Properties, which manages the skyscraper; and how it obtained a $175 million loan from MetLife using the building as collateral, according to people involved. Read more.

Sponsor's insight

Inattentive board personally
liable for $2.25M

By Zac Kester, JD, LLM, CFRM, at Charitable Allies

Nonprofits do such great things. They provide end of life care, fight homelessness, provide free legal services to indigent individuals, honor fallen soldiers, conserve land and water, combat disease, rescue animals, and much, much more. It takes a team to get all this work done. That team is typically comprised of boards and officers.

Nonprofit board members often join the board for good reasons: they are passionate about the organization and its mission, want to develop skills they may not have the opportunity to develop while on the job, seek to build a professional network, or desire to develop a deeper understanding of what it takes to run a successful organization. But all too often, board members fail to ask the hard questions, fail to oversee the organization, and fail to meet their duty of care.

One nonprofit struggled financially and, despite warning signs, the board was inattentive and made slow decisions.

The result? Earlier this year, the individual board members were each found personally liable for $2.25M in damages for providing inadequate oversight, relying on incompetent officers and in failing to take adequate action once they knew there were problems. No director personally or individually engaged in bad behavior other than being inattentive but they were each still held liable. Read more.

People on the move

The Indianapolis-based Patachou Foundation has hired its first executive director, Matthew Feltrop, to help the foundation with its efforts to feed healthy after-school meals to at-risk and food-insecure children in Central Indiana. — Inside Indiana Business

Indiana University has named Debra Mesch its first Eileen Lamb O'Gara Chair in Women's Philanthropy, the first endowed chair dedicated to research and teaching about women's philanthropy. The appointment is effective July 1. Mesch will continue to serve as director of its Women's Philanthropy Institute.

Goshen College has named Ken Newbold provost. Newbold is currently associate vice provost for research and scholarship at James Madison University in Virginia. — Inside Indiana Business

Marian University has promoted Tameria Cox to director of nursing academic services for its online accelerated Bachelor's in nursing program. She previously served as a clinical instructor with the program. — Inside Indiana Business


Thank a Youth Worker Day. On May 7 take time to thank the adults who make a difference in the lives of young people. Read more.

The Summer Youth Program Fund, a funding collaborative of 10 local and national partners, announced awards of $2,402,659 to support programs at 165 organizations in Marion County. The grants will fund 194 low- or no-cost summertime programs, activities and experiences for 50,000 area children. Founded in 1995 by The Indianapolis Foundation and Lilly Endowment Inc., the Summer Youth Program Fund was the first funding collaborative dedicated to summer youth programs in the United States. For a full listing of grantees, click here.

Marion County Commission on Youth's youth directory is now available using a mobile app. While published copies are still available, the new format allows regular updating. Learn more about app access and the 800 local programs here.

Yvonne Perkins has received IUPUI's Spirit of Philanthropy Award. — Inside Indiana Business

The American Heart Association honored volunteers Pam Gage and Dylan Nichols for their work in Central Indiana in the battle against heart disease and stroke. Read more.

The Glick Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF), has awarded a $50,000 grant to Coburn Place Safe Haven to provide transitional services and early childhood development programming to survivors of intimate partner violence and their children.

A recent $25,000 grant from the March of Dimes Indiana Chapter to Eskenazi Health's prenatal care programs will help fund efforts to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. Read more.

RFP for presenters for IEA fall conference -- October 9 in Downtown Indianapolis. Evaluation professionals, educators, nonprofit leaders, evaluation consultants, and others are encouraged to submit presentation proposals for the fall Indiana Evaluation Association conference. Submit completed proposals by June 12 to IndianaEvaluation@gmail.com. Click here for the form.

Hamilton County Leadership Academy applications are due June 30! The Hamilton County Leadership Academy is a 10-month seminar program designed to identify, educate, motivate and develop a select group of community members for positions of community leadership. Potential HCLA candidates may attend a breakfast May 7 with a current class members and alumni to learn about the program. Register now.

Professional development

Early Education Panel on May 19 from 8:00 to 10 a.m. at INHP Homeownership Center at Glendale (2605 E. 62nd Street, Suite 2001). Learn the latest about early education funding, featuring: Nicole Duncan of PNC Bank, Ted Maple of Early Learning Indiana, and Beth Stroh of the United Way of Central Indiana. Cost: $10 GPA-CI members, non-members $20. To register RSVP to Laura Cochran at lcochran@inhp.org.

Certified Association Executive (CAE) recognition lunch on May 20 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Omni Severin Hotel (40 W. Jackson Place). Denver Hutt, executive director for The Speak Easy, is the speaker. Help us recognize those who earned CAE status last year. Indiana CAEs can attend for free; for non-CAEs the cost is $50. Register online.

Let's practice outcomes on May 21 from 9 a.m. to noon at Boys and Girls Club of Wayne County (1717 South "L" Street, Richmond). Cost is $20 per person/free for Wayne County participants. To register email Lesley Devine at ldevine@uwdcin.org

HR outsourcing: How it can work for you on May 21 from 8:30 -10:00 a.m. at Ball State Indianapolis Center (50 S. Meridian Street) for the HR Nonprofit Peer Group meeting. Join Jeremy York, lead consultant and president of InvigorateHR and human resources field representative for Synergy PEO. He will guide the group through a strategies discussion to maximize the HR function impact. Whether yours is a large HR staff, or just you, it is critical to develop a team of resources and vendors that you can count on. To register, click here.

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Volunteer opportunities

Please send your needs and donations of supplies, equipment, and furniture plus volunteer opportunities and requests to IndyNews@NotforProfitNews.com.

Hollis Adams Mud Run needs volunteers on May 30 beginning at 7:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. to help check-in runners, hand-out finisher medals, monitor the obstacle course and much more. Three-hour commitment. Proceeds support programming for adults with developmental disabilities. To sign up, click here.

Peace Learning Center needs welcome desk volunteers to commit to one or two days a week. Welcome Desk hours are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Mondays through Fridays at the Eagle Park location (6040 Delong Rd.) Tasks include: welcoming guest, distributing information and some clerical work. Contact Jay Horan at jhoran@peacelearningcenter.org or (317) 327-7144.

Girls on the Run of Central Indiana needs volunteers for its Girls on the Run 5k races on May 9. Two locations, work outdoors (rain or shine). Shifts from 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. in Fishers and from 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in West Lafayette. To learn more, click here.


DONATE: The Center of Wellness for Urban Women's annual clothing drive on May 9 from 11:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. at the Marion County Public Health Department (4012 N. Rural). It's FREE!! Women, men, and children's clothing will be available and is open to all. No limits. For more information, contact Rhonda Bayless at rlbayless@cwuwonline.org.

National news

Culture is changing: Fundraising needs to change with it. What does it take to move from "fundraising" to developing a "culture of philanthropy" where everyone's a fundraiser: board, staff and executive director?

Can lean foundations do smart grantmaking? Here's a study that says "Yes." Does a foundation need lots of staff to give away money in a thoughtful way? No, in fact, it doesn't.

Why donors give big for research on campus: A $50 million case study.

How to overcome burnout and stay motivated. Even if you love your job, it's common to feel burnt out from time to time. Perhaps you just wrapped up a big project and are having trouble mustering motivation for the next one.

Sponsors' insights

BKD FASB proposes significant changes to NFP financial reporting. FASB proposes significant changes to the fundamental reporting model, with the intent of providing intuitive financial and liquidity information to donors, grantors, lenders and other users of NFP financial statements. Read more.



Our sponsor marketplace serves to further connect our readers with our advertisers who are focused on serving nonprofits. Please keep in mind that you should always check references before hiring a consultant or vendor. Contact Bryan at Bryan@charitableadvisors.com or 317-752-7153 to learn how your business or organization can become a sponsor of the Not-for-Profit News.


Charitable Allies: nonprofit that provides affordable, experienced nonprofit legal services.

Human resources

Synergy: professional employer organization (PEO), Synergy assumes the risk and liability of employing employees, and administers payroll, benefits and human resources.

FirstPerson: professional advisory firm that creates meaningful work experiences through benefits, HR and wellness solutions.

Technology, software, services

FTM LLC: software advisor to improve organization's financial operations with system implementation, training and support.

Netlink, Inc.: An information technology service provider delivering best practice information, technology guidance, implementation and support in order to contribute to nonprofits' mission and success.


Alerding CPA Group: accounting firm with nonprofit experience provides audits, accounting, tax services, planning and board governance.

BKD: CPAs and advisors offering services in assurance, tax, risk management, technology and forensic to closely-held businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals.

FTM LLC: works solely with nonprofits on bookkeeping, audit preparation, outsourced controller and CFO services.

VonLehman CPA and Advisory Company:nonprofit focused CPA- and advisory-firm providing accounting, tax, business advisory and turnaround services.

Professional Development

Accent On Business: Develops public speaking and presentation skills, executive presence, and message delivery skills for nonprofit leaders and their teams.


Banking/asset management

The National Bank of Indianapolis: the bank of choice for nonprofit organizations.


Alerding CPA Group: provides board governance, training, consulting and succession planning.

Charitable Advisors:BoardSource-certified governance trainer, support for board-led ED/CEO search process.


UIndy/MPH: Master's of Public Health is the newest graduate degree program at UIndy that prepares professionals to identify health disparities and develop community-based approaches.

School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI: At SPEA, people learn how to work in government, nonprofit and business roles to make positive changes in their communities, their states, their countries and the world.

Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: The nation's first school of philanthropy is dedicated to improving philanthropy to improve the world by training and empowering students and professionals to be innovators and leaders who create positive and lasting change.

Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Master of Jurisprudence graduate degree program prepares professionals with the legal knowledge to enhance, and potentially advance their careers.

UIndy/MAAS: Master's of Arts in Applied Sociology is a graduate degree program that prepares students for today's ever-changing world. Emphasis is on the practical application of social science research to solve contemporary social problems and develop skills for a variety of careers. Provides a strong foundation for Ph.D. programs.


Real estate

Get that extra office space leased or that extra building sold by using the new NFP News real estate section to let people know you have extra space, an extra building or even residential property for sale. Photos and a web link may be included to give readers more information. To learn more, contact Bryan at Bryan@CharitableAdvisors.com

IUPUI campus office space

Available office space is located on the IUPUI campus, just off Indiana Avenue and West Street. A full-service commercial office building with approximately 9,400 rentable square feet located on the third floor. The space is two individual suites (one approximately 1,900 rentable square feet and the second 7,400 rentable square feet). Close to Indianapolis downtown retail and dining. Parking available near the offices. The space becomes available for tenant occupancy by late July. For more detailed information, please contact Thomas M. Popcheff, CAE at tomp@stti.org or 317-634-8171.



Featured internship positions

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Intern, ReStore - Habitat for Humanity of Hamilton County. The role of ReStore Associate is to aid ReStore manager, staff and other volunteers in maintaining and operating the ReStore in a variety of tasks and...more

Intern, Indiana Patient Safety Center - Indiana Hospital Association. The Indiana Hospital Association is seeking an intern for the Indiana Patient Safety Center (IPSC) who will support IHA's patient safety and quality initiatives. The position will support and assist the clinical director and...more

AmeriCorps VISTA (3 Positions) - Jameson Camp. Jameson Camp is seeking to fill three full-time AmeriCorps VISTA positions for digital media marketing, donor relations, and volunteer relations. VISTA is a great opportunity for recent college grads and young professionals...more

Intern, Advancement, Summer 2015 - Sycamore School. Assist the Advancement and Alumni Coordinator with many aspects of outreach and fundraising for the summer. An ideal candidate is friendly, and a "people person." Candidates should also be comfortable making...more

Intern, Video & Digital Content - Sycamore School. August 2015 through May 2016. Part Time: 12 hours per week. Join the Marketing and Advancement team at Sycamore School as our Video and Digital Content Intern. Sycamore School exists so that academically gifted...more

Intern, Recreational Therapy - New Hope of Indiana. New Hope of Indiana is seeking a summer Recreational Therapy Intern to continue the development of our successful, rapidly growing Recreational Therapy program. New Hope of Indiana serves physically and developmentally...more

This week's jobs

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Acting Director - Martin Luther King Community Center. Be at the heart of the renewal of the Martin Luther King Community Center! Critical needs include implementing operational plans; promoting and providing critical programs with a focus on youth, seniors, and...more

Fund Development/Grant Writing

Corporate Gift Officer, Central/Northern - Riley Children's Foundation. The Corporate Gift Officer plays a critical role in developing and executing strategies to build and expand our corporate fundraising program, including those organizations affiliated with Children's Miracle Network Hospitals...more

Campaign Specialist - The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Campaign Specialist will manage and implement many aspects of the Light the Night Walk and Team in Training programs. Also provide input into the development of a strategic plan for the fundraising campaigns...more

Capital Campaign Manager (Contract Position). Growing animal welfare organization seeks a development professional to raise capital funds for a building expansion. We are looking for a dynamic individual with strong campaign skills to assist us during a 6 - 7 month...more

Grants Manager - Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis. The Grants Manager is responsible for raising funds for Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis through foundation, corporate/organization, and government grant support, and for developing effective relationships in support of the...more

Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager - Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. The Corporate & Foundation Relations Manager will create, implement, and steward corporate and foundation relationships for the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. This position is responsible for developing...more

Development Operations Director (part-time) - Hoosier Environmental Council. After a successful reshaping of HEC's individual fundraising program by a consultant, HEC seeks to hire a part-time Development Operations Director to sustain this new fundraising program, which would involve motivating...more

Music Ministry

Director of Music Ministry - St. Simon the Apostle Church. St. Simon the Apostle Church, a vibrant Catholic Community in the Geist area of Indianapolis, is seeking a Director of Music Ministry. Successful candidates should possess a degree in music or the equivalent of successful...more


Electric Consumer Communications Specialist - Indiana Electric Cooperatives. Does your next career move place you in a team-oriented, fast-paced and rewarding environment? If so, Indiana Electric Cooperatives' magazine, Electric Consumer, may be the place for you. Electric Consumer is a print...more

Chapter Development Specialist - Sigma Theta Tau International. Our purpose is to support learning and professional development of nursing professionals through knowledge dissemination. Our 130,000 active nurse members reside in countries across the globe and are recognized...more

Marketing and Design Coordinator (part-time) - Global Gifts. Global Gifts is seeking a marketing and design coordinator. Design and promotional work will be in areas including, social media, website design, customer emails, print advertising and in-store signage. This position...more

Volunteer and Resource Coordinator - Coburn Place Safe Haven. More than a job opportunity - it is a calling! Looking for more out of life? Searching for a position where you can provide volunteer opportunities for others who are also looking for more out of life? Coburn Place Safe Haven...more


Family Planning Program Coordinator - Indiana Family Health Council, Inc. Indiana Family Health Council (IFHC), a private nonprofit organization, is seeking qualified candidates for a Family Planning Program Coordinator. As a member of the IFHC team, this person is responsible for coordinating...more

Bilingual Extended Support Advocate (part-time) - The Julian Center. (Part-Time, 28-hours/week) The Julian Center, a domestic violence shelter and Family Justice Center, is seeking a part-time Bilingual Extended Support Advocate (ESA) to be responsible for providing supportive case...more

Case Manager - Exodus Refugee Immigration Inc. Exodus Refugee Immigration Inc. is seeking a case manager to deliver supportive services to refugees through our Reception and Placement Program. The case manager would work closely with newly arrived refugees...more

Enrollment & Matching Specialist (part-time) - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. (Part Time up to 20 hours per week) The Enrollment & Matching Specialist is instrumental to Big Brothers Big Sisters mission of providing professionally supported 1-to-1 youth mentoring relationships that result in impact...more

Patient Safety

Patient Safety Support Specialist - Indiana Hospital Association. The Indiana Hospital Association is seeking a patient safety support specialist for the Indiana Patient Safety Center (IPSC) who provides support and assist the clinical director and the administrative director of the Indiana...more

Patient Safety & Quality Advisor, Indiana Patient Safety Center - Indiana Hospital Association. The Indiana Hospital Association is seeking a Patient Safety & Quality Advisor for the Indiana Patient Safety Center (IPSC) who provides support to hospitals and regional patient safety coalitions by advising on evidence-based...more

Information Technology/Resources

Information Resources Coordinator - Indiana Hospital Association. The Indiana Hospital Association is seeking an information resources coordinator. Duties include, but are not limited to, managing project materials and timelines with outside firms, preparing meeting materials and minutes...more

Director, Advancement Technology, Information and Support Services - Ball State University. Professional position available immediately in Advancement Services. Ball State University is a state-assisted institution enrolling over 22,000 undergraduate and...more

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Last week's jobs

Fund Development/Grant Writing

Vice President For Strategic Engagement and Communications - Ball State University Foundation. The 60-year old, $230 million, 65-employee Ball State University Foundation is entering a new era-one with no barriers between advancement, alumni relations and stewardship. On the eve of our university's centennial...more

Director of Development - Family Service Society, Inc. Family Service Society, Inc. (FSSI), is seeking a full-time Director of Development and Fundraising. The Agency focuses on family wellness through our clinical services, home based visitation programs, domestic violence...more

Grant Writer - White's Residential and Family Services. Must have excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills along with the ability to utilize those skills to create successful proposals. The Grant Writer is responsible for conducting the full range of activities required...more

Senior Vice President for Development - Ball State University Foundation. The 60-year-old, $230 million, 65-employee Ball State University Foundation is entering a new era - one with no barriers between advancement, alumni relations and stewardship. On the eve of our university's centennial...more

Major Gift Officer - Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, Inc. (RMHI). The Major Gift Officer [MGO] will identify, qualify, engage, cultivate, solicit and steward current and prospective individual and corporate donors capable of gifts in excess of $5000. In doing so, the MGO will collaborate...more


Retail Sales Associate, Part-time - Eiteljorg Museum. The Museum Store at the Eiteljorg Museum is accepting resumes for the position of Temporary Part-time Retail Sales Associate for our kiosk during our Gold Exhibit, which ends 8/09/15. This position could transition...more


Director of Marketing and Communications - School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI. The School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is seeking a full-time Director of Marketing and Communications. The position will direct and conduct marketing...more

Digital Coordinator-USA - Building Tomorrow, Inc. (BT). Building Tomorrow, Inc. (BT), an international social-profit organization uniting communities and individuals in support of access to quality education in East Africa invites interested individuals to apply for our Indianapolis...more

Manager of Marketing and Communications - White's Residential and Family Services. The Manager of Marketing and Communications leads marketing and communication development management with internal and external communications, marketing, meeting planning, and media relations. Collaborates...more

Marketing Manager - Minnetrista. The Marketing Manager is responsible for developing integrated approaches to marketing that leverage a wide range of traditional, online and emerging techniques aimed at promoting Minnetrista. The Marketing Manager...more


Afterschool Youth Coordinator - Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center. Afterschool Youth Coordinator for IPS middle school/high school students (FT/PT opportunity) - Strong 21st Century Learning Center afterschool program looking for great youth leader and afterschool provider...more

Director for Healthy Families Program - Family Service Society, Inc. Family Service Society, Inc. (FSSI), is seeking a full-time Director of Healthy Families Program,. The Agency focuses on family wellness through our clinical services, home based visitation programs, domestic violence intervention...more

Director of Health and Wellness - Indianapolis Urban League. The Director plans, directs, and coordinates activities of the designated department to ensure that goals and objectives are accomplished within prescribed time frames and funding...more

Volunteer Services Manager - Girl Scouts of Central Indiana. The Volunteer Services Manager will write and oversee e-learning for volunteers, increase and maintain relationships with assigned facilitators, support the screening process of new volunteers, coordinate outdoor learning...more

Director of Education - Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis. Do you have a passion for mental well-being? Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis seeks a Director of Education to plan, present, and evaluate the effectiveness of public education programs about mental...more

Near West Great Places 2020 Convener - Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, in collaboration with the Westside Community Development Corporation (WCDC) and the Near West Collaborative, seeks a qualified applicant to serve as the...more

International Program Coordinator - Latin America, MLJ Adoptions. MLJ Adoptions, a Hague-approved international adoption agency, located in Indianapolis, IN is seeking an International Program Coordinator - Latin America. The successful candidate shall have a Bachelor's Degree in Social...more


Accounting Manager - Downtown Indy. The Accounting Manager is an exempt position, reporting to the Vice President of Finance and Operations. Downtown Indy exists to continually improve Downtown Indianapolis and is the only non-profit organization charged...more

Director of Finance - Covering Kids and Families of Indiana. This individual is responsible for the agency's financial management, accounting and assists with resource development activities. The Director of Finance will work with all local coalitions to develop and manage their annual...more

Assistant Director of Accounting - National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). We are a member-led, higher education association that appreciates the impact a college degree can have in transforming a life. NCAA employees come to work every day believing in their ability to make a difference. We support...more

Accountant - Drum Corps International, Inc. Seeking a qualified Accountant to join the dynamic staff that supports Drum Corps International (DCI), the world leader in producing events for the world's most elite and exclusive marching ensembles for student musicians...more

Accountant/Controller, part-time - Peace Learning Center. Peace Learning Center has a flexible part time Accountant/Controller position available. You must have experience in non-profit accounting and using QuickBooks or similar software. You will...more


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