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Monthly Archives: September 2011
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting This week, I tackle the issue of how young professionals can negotiate a reasonable starting salary. Question: Most nonprofits don’t have much flexibility on salaries (I was prepared in advance for how small mine would … Continue reading
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting The Colorado Nonprofit Association wants you…to inspire voters! Trusted Voices: Nonprofits and Colorado’s Fiscal Future was the theme behind the Colorado Nonprofit Association’s September 27 meeting at the Metropolitan Community Church of the Rockies. Attendees … Continue reading
By Ashley Kasprzak, JVA Consulting Partnerships can make our lives easier and extend the reach of our programs. One partnership that JVA Consulting values greatly is its partnership with the United Way of Weld County. United Way’s leaders have been … Continue reading
By Amber Alarid, JVA Consulting As a young nonprofit professional and recent college grad, I find myself with a seemingly ceaseless stream of questions about advancing my career and on-the-job etiquette. When I turn to other young professionals with these … Continue reading