Non-Profit Job Sites

The people who work in a non-profit are the backbone of the organization.  Whether they are on staff or volunteers, it is crucial to a non-profit to have arms and legs – and hearts – to do the work and pursue the mission.  There are several ways to advertise if you need to fill a position, but not every site may be the best.  Blue Avocado recently reviewed websites which post non-profit positions and employee/volunteer hopefuls.

The job sites were chosen based on the following criteria:

  • Is the site exclusively for non-profit jobs or does it have a substantial number of non-profit jobs?
  • Are the listings updated regularly?
  • Are special, helpful features included for either the employers or job-seekers? and
  • Are they national or local enough to be helpful?

According to the article, the best all-around site for non-profit jobs (either a non-profit site or for-profit site) is  The best non-profit site is listed as Opportunity Knocks.  Both of these sites are non-profits themselves and have listings in the US and overseas.  The best commercial site is said to be Simply Hired and the best international site is Devex.  Devex, Development Executive Group, is a non-profit as well and began as a student project at Harvard.

The rating is based on several features, which are noted in the descriptions, such as: the Mission/Purpose, the organization type and longevity, scope, general usability and any social media links.  Further detail is given about the features specific to job seekers and employers.  Some sites allow submission of a resume as well as the online profile.  Any fees that may apply are shared in the features as well, both for the seeker and employer.

There are 32 job sites listed, in all, with varying emphases and features.  You can read the full article here. (pdf)


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Moving on to Success – YWCA

The YWCA Literacy Program at the Hamilton, OH YWCA is starting a new program called Moving on to SuccessMoving on to Success is a free employment training program with a priority to serve women and men who are unemployed or underemployed.  Moving on to Success helps women and men gain the skills and self-esteem needed to begin achieving economic independence.
Would you please support this program by posting some fliers in your building?  (if you are in the Butler County, OH area)
Those who can benefit from this program are Butler County residents who want to enter or re-enter the workforce, to gain economic self-reliance and stability, to explore career, training and education options, can commit to an employment action plan, or are survivors of abuse, in an abusive relationship or at risk.
If you have questions about the program or have referrals, please contact, Nancy Schwab at the YWCA Hamilton by telephone: 513.856.9800 ext. 104; or by email:  If you would like to download the fliers and application, please follow these links:
Moving on to Success PDF  (single-sided flier)
SOAR front page (2-sided flier, front side)
SOAR back page (2-sided flier, back side)
Moving on to success app (application to register)
Registration is ongoing.  (You can also fax the applications to YWCA Hamilton at this number:  513.856.9803)

Moving on to Success offers career assessment and workshops, development of employability skills, access to employment preparation and training programs, one-on-one support from counselors and job developers, job coaching and mentoring, connections to supportive work environments such as on the job placements, resume and interview preparation, and ongoing support for up to 45 days.

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