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- Applying for more than one position at the same company: Ask Amber
- Ask Amber: Young nonprofit professionals and starting salaries
- Best free apps for young professionals: Ask Amber
- New legislation affecting nonprofit organizations in Colorado
- Ask Amber: Do young adults care about the environment?
- President Obama comes to Sloan’s Lake
- Celebrities turning to consultants to direct giving
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Monthly Archives: July 2008
Are you not sure of our next career step? Have you been thinking of putting your skills to use in the nonprofit sector, but not sure how to do it? Join JVA’s expert trainers for two incredible professional development opportunities … Continue reading
By Sarah Bourassa, Communications Assistant Two men stand talking to each other by a desk in an office. One is wearing dress slacks, a V neck sweater and nice dress shoes. The other is carrying a briefcase. There is only … Continue reading
There is something going on in Denver politics this summer besides the Denver National Convention. An “initiated question” on Denver’s primary ballot would mandate that Denver police officers impound the vehicles of those stopped who don’t have their licenses with … Continue reading
By Sarah Bourassa, Communications Assistant Vacationing in an exotic place while volunteering for a good cause. What could possibly be better? But is it really as good as it sounds? Voluntourism has become a popular travel trend, especially over the … Continue reading
OJJDP Juvenile Justice, 7/15 According to analysis of data from the National Longitudinal Alcohol Epidemiological Survey (NLAES), the earlier persons began drinking alcohol, the more likely they were to have used other drugs illicitly. According to the survey, approximately half … Continue reading
By Sarah Bourassa, JVA Intern We’ve all heard about it: global warming, high food and gas prices, limited resources. But have we all really done our part to help the environment? This summer, JVA is taking its own steps to … Continue reading