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30+ days ago

Development Associate

Professionals For NonProfits Bethesda, MD +2 locations

The Development Associate provides support and expertise for the fundraising and development activities of area cat advocacy nonprofit. The… Professionals For NonProfits

21 days ago

Graphics Designer

Professionals For NonProfits Washington, DC

The graphic and web designer will work with the membership and marketing, conferences, and publications departments on a variety of marketing… Professionals For NonProfits

30+ days ago

Director of Development

Professionals for Nonprofits Washington, DC

The Development Director reports directly to the Executive Director and will raise funds for the coalition. Working closely with the Executive… Professionals for Nonprofits

28 days ago

Education Specialist

Professionals For NonProfits Rockville, MD

The Education Specialist is responsible for assisting the Senior Manager, Education with the day-to-day processes involved with execution of the… Professionals For NonProfits

20 days ago

Development Manager


Professionals for Nonprofits is working with a great women's organization and we are looking for a Development Manager. Primary Purpose: To support… Glassdoor

Professionals for NonProfits Reviews

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Gayle A. Brandel
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    I worked at Professionals for NonProfits full-time for more than a year


    The employees are kind, appreciative, and will go above and beyond to support each other


    Would have loved a higher salary, but don't we all!

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    I think it would have been beneficial for staff to have periodic meetings to discuss where and how they are the most productive. Ideally, this would have allowed for each member to be in a position of constant growth in the role that utilizes his or her best skill set.

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