As you develop your budget and staffing plans for FY 2018, most likely those plans include growing your grant writing team with top nonprofit talent.
Clearly grant writing for nonprofits can be a profitable fundraising enterprise.
A 2016 giving study published by Philanthropy Southwest revealed that 25,611 grants were awarded in Colorado with an average size of $31,049.00.
Hiring the right people is a crucial step to achieving your mission.
As the job market improves, there are those who believe that the competition for talent is growing more aggressive.
Job seekers do have more choices, in both the for-profit and the nonprofit segments.
But as Aaron Hurst, author of The Purpose Economy explains we have entered into a new economic era where top employers are expected to connect people with their purpose.
Today finding a job that is a perfect fit is all about having an impact in society, earning a degree of personal growth and finding the right community.