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May/June 2017 Jobs

  • Inspirica (formerly St. Luke’s LifeWorks) mission is to break the cycle of homelessness by helping people achieve – and maintain – permanent housing and stability in their lives. We are one the largest providers of services to the homeless in Connecticut.

  • Support the Executive Director in providing leadership, direction and management of the Partnership for Strong Communities. Inspire and hold the vision for the comprehensive mission of the organization to end homelessness, create affordable housing and build strong communities. Support the organization’s growth and development.

  • The Community Health Center Association of Connecticut, Inc. (“CHCACT”) is a non- profit organization committed to primary healthcare access for all Connecticut residents, and to improving the quality of primary care services provided by the State’s network of Community Health Centers.

  • Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence (formerly CONNSACS) is the state’s leading voice to end sexual violence and a non-profit coalition of nine community based sexual assault crisis programs whose mission is to end sexual violence and provide high quality, comprehensive and culturally competent sexual assault victim services.

  • United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut is one of more than 1,200 autonomous United Ways in our nation and nearly 1,800 community-based United Ways in 45 countries and territories. Since 1924, $900 million has been raised through our United Way to help people in our community.

  • Liberty Community Services’ mission is to end homelessness in Greater New Haven. Liberty was founded by volunteers in 1987 as Connecticut AIDS Residence Program (CARP) to house individuals with AIDS who had been isolated from society. Liberty’s mission has evolved and is now directed at supporting people who are homeless (with a special focus on chronic homelessness) or at risk of homelessness for multiple reasons. Liberty offers permanent housing to approximately 200 individuals and support services including case management, HIV outreach, day program, and a free breakfast program.

  • Solar Youth empowers youth from New Haven’s low income neighborhoods to achieve lifelong success. Through programs that connect youth to the environment, their communities and each other, youth build the skills and motivations necessary to be positive contributors to their community, have healthy relationships, be physically and mentally healthy, and become economically self-sufficient.

  • Founded in 1988 by Paul Newman, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp provides “a different kind of healing” to more than 25,000 seriously ill children and family members annually – all completely free of charge. For many of these children and families, Hole in the Wall provides multiple Camp experiences throughout the year at the facility in Ashford, Conn., in more than 35 hospitals and clinics, directly in camper homes and communities, and through other outreach activities across the Northeast.

  • This position manages the day-to-day program operations of a program with Head Start and/or Early Head Start including personnel administration and supervision and oversees the over-all program to ensure smooth functioning of the program in all areas to provide quality services to children and families, and to support the goals of the program. Responsible for development, training and on-going work with the program Policy Council. 

  • CFGNB seeks a hands-on President with demonstrated leadership and fundraising experience. This is a full-time position that reports to the Board of Directors and works closely with the Board Chair and Board committee leaders. The next President will work to enhance recognition and relevance of the organization, grow resources and elevate performance. S/he will carry this out through managing a staff of six employees


May/June 2017 Professional and Board Leadership Development

  • BoardServe Western CT is an initiative of The Volunteer Center of United Way of Western Connecticut.  BoardServe Western CT builds the capacity of nonprofits in Western Connecticut by connecting them to a pool of prospective board members. 

  • Please join us as we discuss issues that concern Black and Latino male students at CSCU Community Colleges. Presented by the Connecticut Black and Latino Males Coalition (BLMC), the Manchester Community College Foundation and Manchester Community College. Featuring Dr. J. Luke Wood, Associate Professor of Community College Leadership and the Director of the Community College Leadership Ed.D. program at San Diego State University (SDSU) and joint Ph.D. program in Education between San Diego State University and Claremont Graduate University.

  • The Hesselbein Academy draws together 50 of the top student leaders from around the world for an annual four-day summit at the University of Pittsburgh. Participants receive training and mentorship from professionals who are experts in the fields of business, government, education, and not-for-profit. The students and mentors explore critical topics in in leadership and undertake community engagement projects in collaboration with Pittsburgh-area organizations.

  • On Wednesday, June 14, Dr. Donna M. Blancero will dive into the conversation to help us decipher the new generation of business leaders during our 2017 Latino Progress Champion Award Breakfast.

  • The Leadership Development Roundtable (LDR) facilitates intensive leadership development designed for emerging nonprofit sector leaders.  Participants use LDR tools and supports to manage their own leadership development. Collectively, these future leaders will constitute a powerful movement change leaders focused on solving the state’s most pressing problems.

  • Leaders On Board trains its participants in board governance and nonprofit organizational structure and prepares them as candidates for board membership. Express Match events connect them to a network of interesting, innovative nonprofits seeking board members.  Leaders On Board has a proven track record –  helping to place more than 500 individuals on the boards of more than 125 nonprofit organizations!

  • StartingBloc is a Fellowship of leaders crafting a future that works for all beings. Our ecosystem spans 2,500 Fellows across the globe, four yearly Institutes, fifteen local chapters, a pro-bono coaching program, and a thriving community.

  • The ZOOM Foundation is seeking a highly motivated, results-oriented intern with an interest in philanthropy and social change. This i dividual will work closely with ZOOM staff and report directly to the Manager of Grants and Evaluation.


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