Voto Latino: Empowering Latinos to Vote

As the Latino population in the United States continues to increase dramatically, the need to have Latino serving organizations also increases. It is an opportunity to not only attract talent for the nonprofit sector itself, but to create programs that … Continue reading

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I’m Getting my MPA…Now What? Five Steps to Follow When Exploring Your Career Options

Being a graduate student myself, I understand the pressures of trying to figure out what to do with your degree once you’ve received it. What am I going to do for work? What can I do with my degree? Will … Continue reading

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IRS Nonprofit Workshop for Small & Medium Sized Nonprofits

We are excited to invite you to attend one of our single-day workshops designed especially for small and medium sized nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations.  We are proud to host this event in collaboration with the Center for Nonprofits, Rowan University, the Nonprofit … Continue reading

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New Jersey Non-Profits 2014: Trends and Outlook

The Center for Non-Profits, a charitable umbrella organization serving New Jersey’s non-profit community recently launched the New Jersey Non-Profits 2014: Trends and Outlook. This report is the Center’s annual survey of the non-profit community, and was conducted online in January … Continue reading

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A wonderful donation from Investors Bank Foundation

We are proud to announce that the Investors Foundation, which provides funding to organizations that enrich the communities served by Investors Bank, has awarded a grant of $10,000 to the Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute. We are extremely grateful to the … Continue reading

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Ready, Set, Join! Board Diversity Efforts Mean Greater Opportunity to Serve

Among the latest trends in nonprofit and corporate board leadership is the efficacy of making boards more diverse. Socially conscious investors are increasingly steering money toward companies with gender-diverse boards, according to Investors See Advantage in Diverse Board (February 10, … Continue reading

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The Presence and Absence of Women on Non Profit Boards

by Amanda Cimaglia, MPA Graduate Student, 2014 The Presence and Absence of Women on Non Profit Boards When the topic of women and diversity of nonprofit board members was brought to my attention, I had not really thought about the … Continue reading

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The Value of Board Diversity

by Harlenny Javier, MPA Graduate Student 2015 In honor of Black History Month, we celebrate how far this country has come in accepting other races. It is appropriate to also consider why we have difficulty assembling a diversified board for … Continue reading

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Building a Strong Foundation for the Nonprofit Community

by Jasmine Mathis, MPA Graduate Student 2015- 2014 is a new beginning for the Nonprofit Sector Resource Institute (NSRI). Under the direction of Audrey Winkler, the NSRI is undergoing a reinvention of what it means to the Seton Hall community … Continue reading

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Internship Opportunities

Through the graduate internship program at SHU, many students contact the NSRI eager to work with us as we connect with nonprofit organizations. The Institute has begun to further explore the options, strategies and untapped potential in assisting the nonprofit … Continue reading

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