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September 1, 2015

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How to get a nonprofit job

By Kerry Hannon, contributor, Forbes

When I speak to job seekers over 50 who've spent their careers in the business world, they often say they'd love to work at a nonprofit that would let them tap their skills and truly make a difference.

Maybe you are eager to shift out of the corporate world and into the nonprofit sector so you can give back and leave a legacy. Your timing is excellent.

The 2015 Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey by the Nonprofit HR consulting firm found that 50 percent of the 362 nonprofits it queried anticipate creating new positions this year, up from 19 percent in 2009. Hiring is expected to be especially robust among public/social benefit, health, human services and environmental/animal groups. Read more.

Ten nonprofits employees love to work for

By Daily Muse editor

When you work for a nonprofit, you definitely want to be passionate about its cause. But you probably also want to be excited about the office you're heading to every day.

These nonprofits have the best of both worlds: They're changing the world in bold, interesting, and inspiring ways, and they're also amazing places to work, full of passion, smart people, and even cool perks.

Take a peek inside these organizations employees love to work for — then find a great nonprofit gig of your own.

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Working for a nonprofit: opinion

By Omar Garriott, LinkedIn marketing manager for The New York Times

Several million college seniors are back to school and staring the transition to the working world in the face. Nearly half of those in career-oriented programs like business and engineering say they'll pursue corporate gigs, presumably the surest path to financial and professional success. Fewer than one in 10 plan to go to work for a nonprofit.

This is part market gap, part perception gap. Both must be addressed, because the nonprofit sector is actually where these new grads are really needed — and where they can develop and contribute the most. When young go-getters choose big paychecks over public service, society suffers. And so does their professional growth.

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Effect of proposed overtime rule changes

By Jeremy York, HR Field Representative, Synergy

In June, the Department of Labor (DOL) announced proposed changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act, which outlines overtime exemptions for white-collar workers.

The proposed changes would extend overtime protections to nearly five million workers within its first year of implementation, making many positions that are currently considered overtime exempt under the act, nonexempt and eligible for overtime.

Last year, for example, staff members of a Downtown nonprofit each worked an average of 55 hours a week with annual salaries of $40,000. This organization has 35 employees. Under the changes, this nonprofit's staffing budget would rise approximately 56 percent, an additional $22,500 in overtime for each staff member or a total of more than $787,500.

This proposed change could be a costly one for employers, especially nonprofits that already operate on slim budgets. Read more.

People on the move

The Indianapolis Opera named Jill M. Vandegriff as its director of marketing and communications. Vandegriff previously served as principal for Vandegriff & Associates, a strategic public relations and marketing agency.

The Educational Foundation of Lambda Chi Alpha has named Josh Lodolo as its president and CEO. He previously served as the director of development and alumni relations for the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Texas at Austin. Lodolo will relocate to Indianapolis and begin his new role in September.

The Social of Greenwood (TSOG), a senior center, has named Sarah Rogers as its executive director. Rogers has been a museum and teaching consultant and was formerly the director of the Johnson County Museum of History.

Ivy Tech Community College has named Annette Lamb executive director of development operations of the Ivy Tech Foundation. She most recently served as senior director of development at the Purdue Research Foundation in student life. -- Inside Indiana Business

Clint McKay has joined The Arc of Indiana as director of operations. McKay previously served as chief of staff at the House Democratic Caucus. Amanda Circle has been appointed administrator for Self-Advocates of Indiana (SAI) to offer support to the executive committee, board and chapters of the statewide organization. Circle previously held positions at Noble, the local chapters of The Arc in Marion and Hamilton counties and Best Buddies Indiana.

Overseas Council has named Dan Folta as vice president of advancement. Folta recently served as vice president of institutional advancement for Conner Prairie and also served in fundraising roles at Purdue University and Kiwanis International Foundation.

The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence is pleased to welcome Holly Elkins to its staff as community outreach coordinator for deaf and hard of hearing survivors of domestic violence. Previously, she worked in the empowerment division for Sharp Eyed Group LLC in Fishers.

Beth Melchi has been named the new executive director of operations at St. Vincent Indianapolis, a member of Ascension, the nation's largest Catholic and not-for-profit health system. Prior to joining St. Vincent, she served as the vice president of Physician Strategy and Service Line Development at Dekalb Health in Auburn, Ind.

The Indy Chamber has hired Steven Stolen as vice president of corporate advancement. He previously served as managing director for the Indiana Repertory Theater and most recently as senior director of external relations for the Julian Center. -- Inside Indiana Business

Indiana CPA Society has hired Hope Russu as member services receptionist.


Fort Wayne-based Turnstone of Tomorrow is scheduled has scheduled an open house on Sept. 12 for the public to view its new $14 million adaptive technology sports and recreation fieldhouse as a hub for training athletes with disabilities. Please click here.

The YMCA of Greater Indianapolis announced a partnership with the Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center for the new Pike YMCA, which will be located in the 5400 block Lafayette Road and have a pool and gym. The veteran-focused programming plans include outpatient physical, aquatic and recreational therapy and workshops designed for veterans and their significant others whose relationships were affected by military service.

The Mind Trust launched Talent Matters, an effort to recruit talented innovators and entrepreneurs to efforts to improve public education in Indianapolis Public Schools. Earn a finder's fee if your referral is hired as a Innovation School Fellow. For more information, please click here.

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Join Giving Sum on Sept. 1 at 5:45 p.m. at the Athenaeum (401 E Michigan). Learn firsthand about the changes for the 2016 grant applications and membership, and listen to past recipients' 4-minute pitches hoping to win the evening's $1,000 grant. In the time allotted, previous awardees will share the impact of Giving Sum's gift and an actionable use of the prize. Attend to vote live and select the winner. All guests are welcome. To learn more, please click here.

Professional development

AFP ethics & accountability workshop "Weaving Ethics into Your Fundraising" on Sept. 10 from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. at IUPUI University Library (Lilly Auditorium/755 W. Michigan St.) Free. To register, click here.

Crucial conversations on Sept. 10 at 8:00 a.m. at Indiana Landmarks Center (1201 Central Ave.). Do you ever struggle in conversations with volunteers or fellow staff about volunteers? It can be difficult to say the right thing at the right time. Join us for a hot breakfast, networking time and presentation. CIAVA members $12, non-members $17. To register, click here.

Grant writers and major gift officers working together on Sept. 15 at 8:30 a.m. at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis (3000 N. Meridian St.) Join the Central Indiana Grant Professionals Association to learn how grant writers and major gifts officers work together for the mutual benefit of the organization. The discussion will be moderated by The Children's Museum foundation and major gifts teams. Cost: $10. To register contact Laura Cochran at lcochran@inhp.org by Sept. 11.

Planned giving: Getting the proper start on Sept. 16 to 18 at NCAA Hall of Champions Conference Center (700 W. Washington St.). Navigate the financial and legal terms and support needed to be prepared for the upcoming multi-billion dollar wealth transfer. For more information, to register and course outline, click here.

Technology in the HR office on Sept. 17 from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. at Playworks (708 E. Michigan St., entrance on Spring St.). Join a panel discussion on technology with HR professionals sharing their experience utilizing technology. Bring your technology questions and take advantage of this opportunity to learn from your peers. Click here.

Leadership Indianapolis LEAD program is designed for emerging and experienced civic leaders who want to be more effective in community leadership endeavors. Build trust among a group of people, cast a clear and compelling vision, motivate a team to achieve success, develop and sustain the confidence to lead and manage conflict to stay focused. Program is on five consecutive Fridays from Sept. 18 to Oct. 16. For more information and to register, click here.

Technology tools for time and task management on Sept.18 from 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. at Easter Seals Crossroads (4740 Kingsway Dr., fifth floor.) The training covers classic time management strategies and systems, and then applies state-of-the-art technology to each. Participants will learn not only how to capture and prioritize tasks, but they will also learn how to operate more efficiently and perform at a higher level. Free. To register, click here.

How to hold a successful giving day webinar on Sept. 24 at 2:00 p.m. For more information and 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.

Down Syndrome Indiana needs volunteers for its Indianapolis Buddy Walk on Oct. 10. Multiple volunteer shifts and positions. Please contact Annie Smiley at annie@dsindiana.org or 317-925-7617.

Ronald McDonald House of Indiana needs guest-services volunteers. Volunteers are the heart of the Ronald McDonald House and keep its house running smoothly so families can focus on the health of their child. Monthly commitment six hours. For more information, click here.


There are no swap items this week. To submit an item, click here.


National news

Text messaging can improve multi-channel engagement.
Download the ebook to learn how to incorporate text messaging into fundraising strategy; includes case studies on nonprofits that have had success in engaging supporters and improving fundraising results.

Foundations get serious about backing entrepreneurs and businesses. A recent report from Endeavor, a nonprofit that nurtures entrepreneurship around the world, reports that "over 100 American foundations now believe entrepreneurship is critical for the health of their communities.”

Nonprofits in Detroit spend more on programs and services and less on operations than those in any other city, according to Charity Navigator. The group ranked the Detroit area second in the U.S. for fundraising efficiency and fundraising expenses.

Capital campaigns. Learn how to effectively use a "gift table,” a commonly used fundraising tool to show donors are needed at each level of giving from author of How to Raise $1 Million (or More!) in 10 Bite-Sized Steps.

Sponsors' insights

BKD ACA IRS information reporting: What do I need to know? webinar on Sept. 10 at 10:00 a.m. (CST). This complimentary webinar shares what forms a nonprofit needs to file and when, and what data is needed to complete these forms. For more information, click here.



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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.

HR Partnerships, Inc.: HR Management firm that is dedicated to redefining the way organizations manage talent, resulting in a healthier company culture and increased profitability.

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.


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.


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: Our programs are the first in the nation to focus on philanthropy's history, culture and values. Through traditional or online master's degree programs, gain the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue further graduate study or to enter the field as a nonprofit professional.


Real estate

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This week's jobs

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Executive Assistant (part-time) - Second Helpings, Inc. The Executive Assistant provides support to the CEO in a wide range of administrative matter, including scheduling, communications, data management, special projects and related...more

Operations Manager/Executive Assistant (bilingual preferred) - Indianapolis Congregation Action Network. IndyCAN seeks a justice-focused, strategic, operational leader to accelerate IndyCAN's ability to revitalize democracy, and build racial and economic equity. Data saavy candidate will lead all internal operations with focus...more

grant writer

CDBG Grant Coordinator - Noblesville Housing Authority (NHA). The Noblesville Housing Authority (NHA) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of CDBG Coordinator. The NHA, serving on behalf of Hamilton County, is the entity responsible for administering the Community...more

Grant Writer - Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). The primary role of the Grant Writer is to research, develop, write, and submit proposals, letters, reports and other materials as necessary to secure grant support from foundation and government funding sources. Prima...more

fund development

Development Director - Global Orphan Foundation. Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director, the Development Director will spearhead development efforts that align with continued and exponential growth of Global Orphan Foundation. The position...more

Foundation Director - Great Parks Foundation (Cincinnatti, OH). The Great Parks Foundation is accepting resumes for the position of Great Parks Foundation Director centered at Winton Woods. The selected candidate will act as the key management leader of Great Parks Foundation...more

Associate Director of Advancement – Alpha Chi Omega Foundation. The Associate Director of Advancement is primarily responsible for stewardship and volunteer management of the Alpha Chi...more

Director of Development, Teachers College - Ball State University Foundation. Professional position available immediately. Responsibilities: Identify, engage, and successfully solicit individuals for the purpose of securing major and annual gifts for Ball State University Foundation; plan, coordinate...more

Gift Officer, Riley Society - Riley Children's Foundation. Working as part of the fundraising team and reporting to the Assistant Vice President, Statewide Initiatives, the Riley Society Gift Officer plays a critical role in developing and executing strategies to build and expand individual...more

Director of Advancement Services - Phi Kappa Psi Foundation. The Phi Kappa Psi Foundation is a growing organization and is currently seeking a talented and motivated Director of Advancement. The Director is a full-time position responsible for several functions within the advancement...more

Development and Community Outreach Coordinator (part-time) - ACE Preparatory Academy Charter School. Are you committed to community-based education efforts in NE Indy? ACE Prep's Development and Community Outreach Coordinator will (a) build and maintain community partnerships that align with the mission...more

Corporate Development Manager – Humane Society of Indianapolis. The Humane Society of Indianapolis seeks an experienced corporate development manager to seek out and develop corporate partnerships in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas. Partnerships will support events, shelter...more

Database Coordinator - Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA). The Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA) is seeking a Database Coordinator to serve as a valuable team member within their comprehensive fundraising program. The successful candidate will focus on the gift processing...more


Special Events Manager – Humane Society of Indianapolis. The Humane Society of Indianapolis seeks an experienced special events manager to provide executive-level oversight to IndyHumane's two largest events - Mutt Strut and a donor breakfast - as well as up to three (3) other...more

Convention Specialist - Kiwanis International. The Convention Specialist will be responsible for logistics coordination of one or more of the Kiwanis family conventions including convention management functions such as bid review, site surveys, vendor coordination...more

volunteer management

Organizing Representative - Sierra Club. Sierra Club is looking for a passionate and creative person to build power in Southern Indiana/ Western, KY. For generations coal has been king, leaving a legacy of dirty air and water. Your job is to recruit and build everyday...more

Manager, Corporate Volunteerism - United Way of Central Indiana. Promote volunteerism, recruit volunteers and develop committed United Way supporters through the development of strategic partnerships. This will be accomplished by managing the coordination, training, and...more

volunteer management

Director of Communications - Planned Parenthood of IN & KY. Our mission is to serve persons in Indiana and Kentucky - without bias or judgement, without fear, without fail - by providing access to high-quality health care confidentially and compassionately; by reducing unintended...more

Director of Statewide Outreach - Partnerships for Early Learners. Our statewide early childhood campaign is seeking an exceptional leader to be the campaign-and organization-ambassador across the state. This individual will lead statewide outreach, as well as leadership, local...more


Director of Finance Department - Indiana Black Expo Inc. Position incumbent is responsible for the development and implementation of finance and operational strategies across the organization including a comprehensive set of controls and budgets that mitigates risk and...more


Case Manager - John P. Craine House. Craine House is a non-profit work-release facility for non-violent female offenders who are pregnant or have up to preschool age children. Our Case Managers provide resources and support for the mothers to facilitate rehabilitation...more

Enrollment & Matching Specialist (part-time) - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. 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

College Prep Program Coordinator - Center for Leadership Development, Inc. The mission of the Center for Leadership Development (CLD) is to foster the advancement of minority youth in Central Indiana as future professional, business and community leaders by providing experiences that encourage...more

TOTS teacher (part-time) - St. Paul's Episcopal Church. TOTS (Time Out to Socialize) parents' group is looking for three daycare workers for our little ones. This group meets twice monthly at St. Paul's Church near Kessler Blvd and North Meridian Street. Hours are...more

Graduation Counselor - Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis. Are you looking to make a difference? Do you want to help a kid succeed in school? Are you passionate about serving young people from distressed backgrounds? If so, consider this full-time AmeriCorps opportunity...more

Leadership Specialist - Sigma Theta Tau International. Our purpose is to support learning and professional development of nursing professionals through knowledge dissemination. We have 130,000 active nurse members residing in countries across the globe who...more

Social Worker - IU Health. IU Health is seeking an experienced Social Worker to join our exceptional Hospice team. IU Health is the largest and most comprehensive health system in Indiana, and IU Health Hospice is the preeminent hospice provider...more

Program Assistant (part-time) - Groundwork Indy. Groundwork Indy is committed to "changing places and changing lives" through on-the-ground projects that support communities in their renewal efforts. The mission of Groundwork Indy is to bring about the sustained...more

Community Organizer (Bilingual Spanish required) - Indianapolis Congregation Action Network. IndyCAN & Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis seeks experienced, energized, and self-motivated person to engage people of faith in prophetic ministry to promote racial and economically equitable communities...more

Male Street Outreach Worker for male clients - Outreach, Inc. The Male Street Outreach Worker (SOW) will initiate and develop positive relationships with male homeless youth in order to guide them towards the beginning stages of stability. This includes weekly visits to male shelters...more

IndyEast Promise Zone VISTA Members – John H. Boner Community Center. The John H. Boner Community Center is looking for five IndyEast Promise Zone VISTA members to work with committee chairs to achieve goals related to Housing, Education, Public Safety, Economic Development and...more

Outdoor Program Manager - Camptown, Inc. Camptown, Inc. is a Christian not-for-profit organization that works with youth through outdoor wilderness adventure and nature programs. Camptown is looking for a full time...more

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Last week's jobs


Executive Director - Flanner House of Indianapolis, Inc. Flanner House of Indianapolis is a 117 year old non-profit neighborhood/community center that serves children and families on the near northwest...more

Executive Director - Brooke's Place. As the experts in childhood grief, Brooke's Place is the only organization providing ongoing grief services to children, families, and the community in Central Indiana. Poised for transformational growth, we are seeking an...more


Office Manager - Indianapolis Art Center. Are you looking for an opportunity to do your best work every day? Are you the go to person that can keep everything moving in the right direction? The Indianapolis Art Center, located in lively Broad Ripple, is looking...more

Administrative Program Specialist - Second Helpings. Responsible for scheduling, record-keeping and administrative functions in support of the Culinary Job-Training program. Organizes and engages in student recruitment efforts, assists with student employment and...more

Administrative Coordinator (part-time) - NJTL of Indianapolis, Inc. The Administrative Coordinator is responsible for general office management, supporting other staff members, assisting customers, generating documents, answering telephones and e-mails, managing website content...more

Executive Assistant - Independent Colleges of Indiana, Inc. (ICI). The Independent Colleges of Indiana, Inc. (ICI) seeks applications from talented executive assistant candidates. As one of America's premier consortia of private, nonprofit colleges and universities, ICI supports...more

fund development

Stewardship Officer - The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation. The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation is the not-for-profit fundraising arm of The Indianapolis Public Library. The Stewardship Officer tracks the Foundation's investment in approximately 60 Library programs and...more

Director of Development - Kingsway Christian School. Director of Development oversees all fundraising efforts for Kingsway Christian School. The Director of Development is responsible for growing the donor file and building a broad base of annual support for Kingsway...more

Director, Development and Alumni Services - Butler University. The Director of Development and Alumni Services is responsible for management and leadership of day-to-day operational efforts surrounding Advancement data management. Specifically, but not limited to, working closely...more

Development Specialist - National Kidney Foundation of Indiana. The National Kidney Foundation of Indiana seeks a full-time Development Specialist to plan and coordinate fundraising events. Candidates must demonstrate past success in sales/fundraising, marketing and building community...more

Development Manager (part-time) - Camptown, Inc. Camptown, Inc. is a Christian not-for-profit organization that works with youth through outdoor wilderness and nature programs. Camptown is looking for a part time Development Manager. The Development Manager...more


Membership Outreach Coordinator - American Legion Auxiliary National Headquarters. The Membership Outreach Coordinator coordinates membership operations to include managing member benefits, implementing recruitment, retention and engagement strategies, supporting state and local affiliates...more


Clinical Director - Wernle Youth and Family Treatment Center. Wernle is a non-profit residential treatment - behavioral health care agency committed to providing quality services to children and their families through caring programs and healing relationships...more

Program Manager, School Friendship - Best Buddies Indiana. The Program Manager for School Friendship Programs works with area schools (middle & high school) to maintain quality Best Buddies chapters. Key responsibilities include recruiting, training, and mentoring student...more

Program Coordinator - Indiana Collegiate Action Network. Maintain Facebook and website pages; Plan and organize annual ICAN conference; Plan and organize annual ICAN/ICRUD trainings; Assist with development and promotion of annual substance abuse survey, assist with...more

AmeriCorps - Habitat for Humanity of Indiana. Indiana HabiCorps is a program run through Habitat for Humanity of Indiana alongside Serve Indiana and. AmeriCorps is a service organization run through the Corporation for National and Community Service. Members...more

Research Associate - Indiana Institute for Working Families, a program of INCAA. The Indiana Institute for Working Families promotes data-driven public policy to help Hoosier families achieve and maintain economic self-sufficiency. The Institute is in need of a Research Associate to help support...more

Bi-lingual Community Resource Specialist - La Plaza, Inc. Responsible for providing the Latino community with information and referrals to health and vital social services in the community. This position conducts intakes, assesses clients' needs and links them to the appropriate...more

Education Specialist - La Plaza, Inc. The Education Specialist at La Plaza, Inc. works to advance the Tu Futuro program, whose objectives are to encourage and support Latino students and their parents through presentations, small group workshops, and...more

Match Support Specialist - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. The Match Support Specialist is instrumental to Big Brothers Big Sisters mission of providing professionally supported 1-to-1 youth mentoring relationships that result in impact and lasting change. The Match Support position...more


Accounting Manager - Riley Children's Foundation. Working as part of the Finance team and reporting to the Director, Finance, the Accounting Manager performs highly specialized accounting work required to maintain the general ledger and provides accurate financial...more

Accounts Payable/Receivable Clerk - The Arc of Indiana. The Arc of Indiana is a state-wide, not-for-profit association that advocates for people with developmental disabilities and their families. The AP/AR clerk reports to the Controller of The Arc of Indiana and is responsible...more

Contract and Financial Compliance Manager - Mental Health America of Indiana. The Contract and Financial Compliance Manager coordinates Accounts Payable and Grants Receivable as well as administering a scholarship program for individuals with disabilities. We are seeking an experienced individual...more

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