We are heartbroken by the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many more black and brown lives in our country. We stand in solidarity with those seeking justice and change, and we are inspired by the leadership shown by the nonprofit and community organizations that have been working tirelessly for racial justice across our state.
With the Wisconsin Supreme Court having struck down the state’s Safer at Home order, we hope these resources are helpful to nonprofits in guiding the complex decisions required to determine when and how to operate (or continue to operate) safely.
Navigating the changes to our community and lives as a result of the impact of COVID-19 is an ongoing process. Pursuing the next steps in your career in this changed world? We hope these resources with tips for job searching, networking, and interviewing are helpful to you.
We know that our nonprofits will be on the front lines of supporting our communities through the challenges caused by COVID-19, and we hope these resources are helpful.
Does your resume need an update? Or are you creating a resume for the first time? Sometimes, all you need is your favorite word processor and enough time. Other times, a resume template can help you highlight your strengths, better organize your experiences, and make you stand out in a way that increases your chances of catching the hiring manager’s eye.
Whether you are a job seeker or an employer, determining the right amount of compensation for a position can be tricky! In this blog post, we review we review our favorite tool for reliable wage and salary data.
Whether you are just starting your job search for the first time as a student or recent graduate, are looking to switch to the nonprofit sector, or have years of nonprofit experience, here are the best guides on the web to landing your nonprofit dream job.
Employers in Wisconsin are currently facing one of the most challenging environments for recruitment that has existed in recent memory. This means that making your job posts stand out is especially important right now.
The job interview can be a stressful experience if you’re not prepared. Interviewing in the nonprofit sector is no exception – especially as every organization has its own unique mission, culture, and expectations.
Jobs That Help, the specialized Milwaukee-based jobs listing website for nonprofit organizations and job seekers, is announcing its statewide expansion.
Looking for a job is hard! Here are 17 steps to create a self-care plan that you can use to help you take good care of yourself during your job search and beyond.
You just posted your job opening on our job listings page, but more jobs are posted every day, so how do you draw attention to your opening?
A new resource to support nonprofit organizations and job seekers in the greater Milwaukee region, Jobs That Help, celebrates one month since launching.