It’s human nature to grow overwhelmed and stressed during a busy period at work. Instead of rushing to dive into a project unprepared, try taking the time to think strategically about your goals and how you will achieve them. This approach may take more time initially but can save you hours down the road!
Maryland Nonprofits member “Alliance for Career and Education” (ACE) is embarking on a student-fueled digitization project to ensure their important college and career readiness textbooks and resources continue to reach young adults.
There is more to running an ethical, accountable, and transparent nonprofit than just legal and accounting requirements. Boards of directors can set the tone for the organization by conducting regular reviews of core governing and operating policies and procedures. Check out these four things your board of directors can do to embrace ethical, accountable, and transparent values in the new year.
As an undergraduate student at Johns Hopkins, I am still new to the world of nonprofits, and the Legislative Preview was very eye-opening to me. I enjoyed hearing about the various policy issues brought up by the speakers, including the Kirwan Commission’s educational reforms presented by Mr. William E. Kirwan himself, and the campaign to […]
When it comes to the security of your organization, there is no room for error. As cybercriminals grow more sophisticated, business-crippling scams can infiltrate your network at any time. Their most penetrable target? Your end users. So, how can you protect your organization against cyberattack? Step one is to educate your employees, and one of several important topics to cover is “Phishing Scams.”
Guest Post by Ashley Illenye, Marketing Intern, Fall 2018 Before my first day at Maryland Nonprofits as a Marketing Intern, I found myself worrying more than I am proud to admit. With no prior marketing experience, I wondered how I would be able to make my mark at an established organization. Shortly after I arrived, […]