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Crittenton Services of Greater Washington – Bilingual Youth Development Program Coordinator

February 15th, 2018|Job Opportunities|

Crittenton is seeking enthusiastic, compassionate, detail-oriented, Bilingual Youth Development Program Coordinator (English/Spanish) for one SNEAKERS group at Gaithersburg High School and two SNEAKERS groups at Clarksburg High School. This is a thirty (30) hour per week position. Ideal candidate has a minimum of 3 years direct service experience working with teen women and vast knowledge of positive youth development, sexual health, pregnancy and pregnancy prevention, HIV/STI prevention, trauma-informed supports, and Montgomery County, MD resources. Ideal candidate also has a Bachelor’s degree (Masters preferred) in Social Work, Education, Counseling, Public Health, or related human services field. Reliable personal transportation is required.

The Bilingual Youth Development Program Coordinator position description is attached. To apply, please send resume, cover letter, and a brief, professional writing sample to nsanders@crittentonservices.org. Immediate opening. Applications will be considered on an ongoing/rolling basis. No phone calls, please.MoCo Bilingual Youth Development Program Coordinator 2018

Intentional Philanthropy – Grants Management Assistant

February 14th, 2018|Job Opportunities, Uncategorized|

Job Description
Intentional Philanthropy seeks a friendly, motivated and highly organized individual to serve as a Grants Management Assistant supporting the firm’s Directors and foundation clients. We are a growing, entrepreneurial company providing grantmaking, administrative, financial management, and consulting services to family and independent foundations. The Grants Management Assistant coordinates all administrative aspects of assigned foundations and participates in other team projects and client assignments. This position is an exciting opportunity for someone wishing to learn more about the world of philanthropy, nonprofits and social change.

Click here for the full job description including position responsibilities and required candidate skills.

Candidates must submit a resume and cover letter by March 1, 2018 to info@intentionalphilanthropy.com to be considered for this position. Please use this EXACT subject line: Grants Management Assistant Candidate Resume.

 

Save the Dates: Upcoming Programs and Events

February 10th, 2018|Events, Member News|

BoardMatch Montgomery – April 10 & 12
FIRM for Small and Emerging Nonprofits – April 19

Nonprofit Montgomery Events – February 2018

February 9th, 2018|Events|

Table for Ten: Executive Directors of Small and Emerging Nonprofits
This Table for Ten session is full. Please contact us if you would like to be added to the waitlist. 
Making your Data Make Sense with Tech Impact
This event is at capacity. Please contact us if you would like to be added to the waitlist. 

A New Resource for Nonprofits: Skilled 50+ Volunteers – February 22

February 9th, 2018|Events|

The Montgomery County Volunteer Center’s new 50+ Volunteer Network matches nonprofits needing assistance with highly skilled volunteers who have the right experience, interest, and availability. The 50+ Volunteer Network provides this free service to county nonprofits that may need organizational support, assistance with grantwriting, or direct services such as tutoring and teaching adult literacy. Come and learn more about how this new program can help your organization.

Thursday, February 22 from noon to 1:30pm
Jewish Council for the Aging: 12320 Parklawn Dr, Rockville
RSVP NOW

Register for MORE 2018

February 8th, 2018|Events, Member News, Training Opportunities|

Nonprofit Montgomery’s MORE (Metrics, Outcomes and Responsible Evaluation) Training helps nonprofits learn about evaluation, and offers a deep dive into measuring impact and gauging program effectiveness.

MORE helps organizations develop strategic approaches to data collection and analysis, and guide them in developing metrics and to analyze program outcomes to improve service delivery. Participants develop their skills and make concrete plans to measure the results of their work. MORE will strengthen your organization’s capacity to measure results by:

  • Understanding key evaluation terminology.
  • Assessing your organization’s capacity for evaluation.
  • Exploring the six steps of evaluation.
  • Identifying external data and resources to strengthen evaluation efforts.
  • Engaging in meaningful dialogue about evaluation with key county funders and government leaders.
Nonprofits participate in MORE as a team of up to four senior leaders. The MORE program consists of 1-1/2 days of training on March 15 and 16 at The Universities at Shady Grove, an individual session with an evaluation consultant, and a follow-up session at The Nonprofit Village.

MORE is supported by Montgomery County Government, the Healthcare Initiative Foundation, and The Universities at Shady Grove. For information, please visit the MORE program page or contact Lesley. Registration is now open. The cost is just $25 for Nonprofit Montgomery members. .

March 15-16, 2018
The Universities at Shady Grove
REGISTER NOW  |  MORE INFO ON THE NONPROFIT IMPACT SERIES

County Council Work Sessions of Interest

February 5th, 2018|Advocacy|

Represent our sector and learn more at County Council committee sessions. Click here for the current committee schedule.

PHED – February 12, 2:30pm
Capital Improvements Program

  • Parks
  • Recreation
  • General Government – Economic Development projects
  • Housing Opportunities Commission
  • Housing and Community Affairs

Education – February 26, 2pm     
Capital Improvements Program

  • Montgomery County Public Schools
  • Montgomery College

MORE 2018 Registration Now Open

February 5th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Nonprofit Montgomery’s MORE (Metrics, Outcomes and Responsible Evaluation) Training helps nonprofits learn about evaluation, and offers a deep dive into measuring impact and gauging program effectiveness.

MORE helps organizations develop strategic approaches to data collection and analysis, and guide them in developing metrics and to analyze program outcomes to improve service delivery. Participants develop their skills and make concrete plans to measure the results of their work. MORE will strengthen your organization’s capacity to measure results by:

  • Understanding key evaluation terminology.
  • Assessing your organization’s capacity for evaluation.
  • Exploring the six steps of evaluation.
  • Identifying external data and resources to strengthen evaluation efforts.
  • Engaging in meaningful dialogue about evaluation with key county funders and government leaders.
Nonprofits participate in MORE as a team of up to four senior leaders. The MORE program consists of 1-1/2 days of training on March 15 and 16 at The Universities at Shady Grove, an individual session with an evaluation consultant, and a follow-up session at The Nonprofit Village.

MORE is supported by Montgomery County Government, the Healthcare Initiative Foundation, and The Universities at Shady Grove. For information, please visit the MORE program page or contact Lesley. Registration is now open. The cost is just $25 for Nonprofit Montgomery members. .

March 15-16, 2018
The Universities at Shady Grove
REGISTER NOW  |  MORE INFO ON THE NONPROFIT IMPACT SERIES

New Job Opportunities – February 5, 2018

February 5th, 2018|Job Opportunities|

Manna Food Center: Community Wellness Manager
Rebuilding Together Montgomery County: Executive Director
Identity, Inc.: Director of Finance and Administration and Community Advocate
Collaboration Council: Community Assessment Manager and Program Manager-Out of School Time Programming
Montgomery Community Media: Social Media / Content Manager
Montgomery County Government: Director, Community Use of Public Facilities
Rockville Economic Development, Inc.: Senior Business Administrator
Maryland Women’s Business Center: Marketing & Communications Manager
The Michael J Fox Foundation: Public Policy Officer

New Grant Opportunities

February 5th, 2018|Grants & Funding|

Junior League of Washington Opportunity Grant (April 6, 2018): provides grants to nonprofit organizations demonstrating an unexpected short-term financial need or smaller-denomination financial need related to their respective missions and/or operations.

Maryland Freedom Fleet Voucher Program (deadline: May 4, 2018): provides financial assistance for the purchase of new and converted alternative fueled vehicles registered in the state of Maryland.

Spay and Neuter Grants Program (March 30, 2018): provides competitive grants to local governments and animal welfare organizations that promote and provide free spay and neuter services to pets of low income Marylanders and to colonies of feral cats.

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