Recent Announcements

This page serves as a base to provide PPPM students with updates about internship and fellowship openings. Some campus jobs and local part-time jobs are also shared.

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Internships, Fellowships, and Scholarships

OrganizationPositionLocationApplication DeadlineLink/Info
Lane County, OregonSummer 2020 InternEugene, ORIf interested in crafting an opportunity, talk with Julie or Jessica ASAP.
Food for Lane CountyFinancial Literacy and Food Security Outreach InternEugene, OR/Lane CountyOngoing opportunity with applications accepted on a rolling basis, e.g. this internship could be completed during any term. Learn more and Apply via this link

Learn more about Food for Lane County
Oregon Senator Ron WydenState Office InternsPortland, ORApplications reviewed upon receipt. Open until filled. Ongoing, year-round openings. Learn more and Apply via this linkQuestions? Contact the State Intern Coordinator in Portland at (503) 326-7525 or
University Corporation for Atmospheric ResearchGraduate Fellowships.

Areas of focus include:

Earth System Science

Diversity & Inclusion

Public Policy
Washington, DC; Boulder, COJune 30, 2020Learn more and Apply to UCAR Learn more and Apply
Nonprofit Learning LabNonprofit Interns, Summer 2020Denver, CO/RemoteApply ASAP. Positions open until filled.Learn more about Nonprofit Learning Lab
60_Decibels (Acumen)Summer 2020 Interns in Measurement, Strategic management, COVID-19Remote
New York, NY
Nairobi, Kenya
Bengaluru, India
London, England
Immediate openingsLearn more and ApplyLearn more about 60_decibels
City of Oakridge, OregonVarious Summer 2020 Internships in the areas of:

Emergency Planning

Strategic Planning

Organizational Management

Oakridge, OR/RemoteApply ASAP. Open until filled.
Justice Love FoundationSocial Justice Philanthropic Intern, Summer 2020
RemoteApply ASAP. To be filled immediately. Justice Love Foundation website
Nebraskans Against Gun ViolenceSummer 2020 internship focused on research, writing, data analysis and visualization.

Can be a single intern or team of interns.
Remote/Lincoln, NEApply ASAP. To be filled immediately. Nebraskans Against Gun Violence website
KLCC Public Radio Foundation Development Intern

Last year's intern noted, "As the Development Intern for KLCC Public Radio Foundation, this work has provided me hands-on experience in donor relations, nonprofit administration, board support, and fundraising. During my time in this role, I helped launch the new mid-level giving program, the KLCC Generators, and its inaugural event, while continuing to manage it by working directly with our supporters and staff to cultivate this relationship with the station. As Development Intern, I was able to work closely with the Director of Philanthropy to assist with fundraising campaigns, data management and new and creative ways to meet our financial goals and connect with our donors."
Eugene, ORMay 29, 2020 for first consideration.
The Borgen ProjectSummer Internships in areas such as:

Nonprofit Leadership

Political Affairs

Human Resources

RemoteImmediate openingsLearn more and ApplyLearn more about The Borgen Project
Arc Health PBC

Arc Health PBC Full-time 12-month Intern
focused on social media, public health blogging, and other communications; recruitment; curriculum development
Redmond, Oregon
Open until filled. Start Date TBD Spring/Summer 2020 with a 12-month commitment preferenceLearn more and Apply
Community Supported Shelters
1-2 Nonprofit Social Media & Fundraising Interns

Preference for a student who could continue for more than 1 term.
Eugene, ORJune 12, 2020 for first consideration. Open until filledLearn more and Apply
SDA Bocconi – Arts and Culture Knowledge Centre, SMU Data Arts Research Centre & TRG International Startup of BigDataArts Research Initiative Intern; Summer 2020, June 20th –Sept 20thRemote/ItalyFor first consideration: June 15, 2020.

Interviews will take place via Zoom after June 18th
Ecotrust2020-2021 Indigenous Fellow

Three project options are available:

1. Accounting Associate (Finance Team)

2. Climate Economics Research Assistant (Knowledge Systems Program)

3. Guardian Network Strategist (Knowledge Systems Program)
Keex’ Kwaan Community Forest Partnership in Southeast AlaskaJuly 3, 2020Learn more and Apply
Natural Resource Policy Fellowship through Oregon Sea GrantNatural Resource Policy Fellow

"Matches graduate student fellows with an agency or nonprofit in Oregon for one year to give the student first-hand experience in natural resource policy related to marine and coastal issues at the state level."
Various locations in OregonJuly 3, 2020, 5pm Pacific

Learn more and ApplyLearn more about Oregon Sea Grant
ELGL (Engaging Local Government Leaders) and the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)Popular Annual Financial Report (PAFR) Fellowship Program, Summer 2020

PARF ELGL and GFOA will match up local governments that wish to complete a PAFR, with graduate students. Students will receive a stipend payment upon completion of the PAFR.
RemoteJuly 3, 2020Learn more and Apply
Malouf Marine Studies Scholarship AwardeeOregon/Corvallis, OR/Remote as neededJuly 24, 2020, 5pm Pacific via eSeaGrantLearn more, Access the informational webinar & Apply
Imagine ScholarInternational Development InternSouth Africa/RemoteOpen until filled. Learn more and ApplyLearn about Imagine Scholar
Camp Lutherwood Oregon2020-2021 Interns. Optional focus areas include:

Nonprofit/Business Management

Marketing & Media

Environmental Sustainability
Cheshire, OROpen until filledLearn more and Apply
Oregon Folklife NetworkProgram Assistant InternEugene, OROngoing opportunities
Laurel Award Graduate Internship at the UO Museum of Natural and Cultural HistoryLaurel Awardee 2020-2021Eugene, ORTBDLearn more
Kantor Family Internship Fund

Competitive scholarship to support students completing an internship involving energy and energy-related issues in Oregon.

Energy and energy-related fields may include examples such as renewable energy, building efficiency, low-income energy programs, energy conservation, equity issues related to energy, among others.

Students may register for academic internship credit (PPPM 404/604) or complete a non-credit internship.

Awards are typically $500-$1000, but higher amounts may be considered.
Preference will be given to students focusing on energy issues in Oregon.

Energy and energy-related fields may include examples such as renewable energy, building efficiency, low-income energy programs, energy conservation, equity issues related to energy, among others.
Must apply within 2 weeks of the start of the internship.
Application Materials:
A) one-page cover letter that describes your internship involving energy issues in Oregon. Please include how your internship relates to your background, interests and aspirations, and how this award will help you achieve your plans.

2) Resume.

3) Current unofficial transcript.
PPPM Students only. This is a competitive award and not all applicants will receive funding. Students who apply for the Kantor Scholarship must plan to return for at least one additional academic term following their internship.
PPPM Public Service Internship AwardCompetitive scholarship to support students in unpaid, public service-focused internships. Eligible internships (minimum of 18 hours/week during a 10-week term) must be in the nonprofit or public sectors and clearly support a student’s career goals.

Awards are typically $500, but higher amounts may be considered.
Unpaid public service-focused internships. Must apply within 2 weeks of the start of the internship.

Cover Sheet:
PPPM Students only. This is a competitive award and not all applicants will receive funding.
Planning and Law Division of the American Planning Association2020-21 Daniel J. Curtin, Jr. Fellowship

The purpose of this fellowship is "to
foster increased interest in the study of land use planning and its interrelationship with the law at
the advanced undergraduate, graduate, and law school levels."
Remotely, i.e., from where recipient lives or attends school. September 15, 2020

Fellowship runs October 2019-August 2020

Oregon Social Learning Program (OSLP) Arts & Culture ProgramGallery Assistant InternEugene, OROngoing opportunities
Oregon Social Learning Program (OSLP) Arts & Culture ProgramSocial Media InternEugene, OROngoing opportunities
Virtual Student Federal ServiceeInterns in Federal AgenciesRemote Federal Internships

See the list of participating federal agencies here.
Apply between July 1-31 each year.

Internships run September - May each year
Learn more and Apply
Presidential Management Fellows supported by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) 2021Washington, DCThe 2021 PMF application is anticipated to open at Noon (ET), Wednesday, September 30, 2020 and closing Noon (ET), Wednesday, October 14, 2020.

Approximately six weeks after the application closes, PMF Class of 2021 Finalists will be announced.
Learn more and Start the ProcessWe have also released the “2021 PMF Assessment Preparation Guide” and posted it to the PMF website. The guide can be found under the “Become a PMF\Assessment Process” section at The Guide explains the 2021 PMF assessment process, includes sample questions, the process for requesting a reasonable accommodation, and identifies the system requirements for completing the on-line assessment.

Finally, we have updated many of our resources for academia and applicants and have also added some new resources. For an overview of what’s new for the upcoming 2021 Application Cycle, visit: A few of our new resources include:

The PMF Apply Brochure, posted under the “Become a PMF\Resources” section of

The Academia Checklist, posted under the “Academia\Resources” section of
The PMF Program Required Application Documents and Alternative Letter, posted under both of the “Resources” sections above at

In the coming months, between now and the application, we will be releasing additional resources for applicants. Please be sure to check our website for updates.

General information about the PMF Program, eligibility, how to apply, and resources, can be found under the “Become a PMF” section of our website at

Send your application related questions to

Lane Arts CouncilMultiple Internship opportunities based on student interestEugene, OROngoing opportunitiesLearn more and Apply via this document: pppm/files/2019/10/Internship-Volunteer-Opportunities_2019-2020.pdf]Learn more about Lane Arts Council
Make-A-Wish Foundation, OregonInterns in Development & Communications or the Wish DepartmentPortland, OROpen until filledLearn more and Apply via this link
City & County of Denver Department of Environmental HealthSustainable Neighborhoods InternshipDenver, COInternships available on rotating basisLearn more and apply tat this website: about the City & County of Denver at
City of DetroitMayoral Fellowship Program (10-week flexible program)Detroit, MIOngoing opportunities -- would be great for a summer internship!Learn more and Apply to the City of Detroit Mayoral Fellowship Program
Unite for SightGlobal Health Leadership InternshipNew Haven, CTOngoing opportunitiesLearn more about Global Health Programming Internships at Unite for Sight
Oregon Community Foundation ScholarshipsAwardeeVariousVarious deadlinesLearn more and Apply
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden Creating Opportunity Internship (COIN) Program for individuals from underrepresented communitiesWashington, DCApplications reviewed upon receipt. Open until filledLearn more and Apply via this linkOregon residency or strong ties to Oregon are preferred.

Questions? Contact D.C. Intern Coordinator at (202) 224-5244 or
The TransLatin@ CoalitionPolicy InternLos Angeles, CAOngoing opportunititesLearn more and Apply
Hult Center for the Performing ArtsCultural Services Marketing Intern, minimum 2-term internshipEugene, OROngoing opportunitiesLearn more and Apply

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Eugene/Springfield based organizations that may especially need volunteers during this time:


Part Time Jobs, Campus Jobs, and Volunteer Opportunities

OrganizationPositionLocationPaid/UnpaidApplication DeadlineNotes
Ethnic Studies Tutors for 2020-2021 academic yearUO Services for Student-Athletes Eugene, ORPaidOpen until filled. Apply ASAP. Learn more and Apply
UO Career CenterStudent Employer Engagement Assistant, Summer 2020 (June 22–September 11)Eugene, OR/RemotePaidJune 14, 2020, 5:00 pm PacificLearn more and Apply
Black Trans Task ForceVolunteer grant writing/fundraisingRemoteVolunteerOngoingLearn more
North Eugene State Representative Nancy Nathanson's office Volunteers help with check-in phone calls to constituents. These calls will not have donation requests or campaign messagesRemoteVolunteerImmediate openings as of April 17, 2020. If you are interested, please contact James Ellsworth at for more information.
UO Health CenterStudent Health Advisory Committee


Peer Wellness Advocates
UO/EugeneOngoing opportunitiesLearn more
City of SutherlinEmergency Management VolunteerSutherlin, OregonUnpaidOngoing opportunities available.
City of Eugene, Oregon Boards and Commissions
Board MemberEugene, ORVolunteer governnceVariousApply to City of Eugene Boards and Commissions here
City of Springfield, OR Boards and CommissionsBoard MemberSpringfield, ORVolunteer governanceVariousApply to City of Springfield Boards and Commissions here
Student PIRGsVolunteer and Remote Internship positions

Opportunities include:

100% Electric Buses – Help collect photo petitions and build a powerful coalition of groups on and off campus. With the crisis in Australia which has killed half a billion koalas, kangaroos, and other animals; to the wildfires in our own backyard—we need to act now to stop burning fossil fuels. Transportation is the largest contributor to global warming pollution
in Oregon. That’s why we’re calling on our cities to transition to 100% electric buses! It’s possible—Portland has already made a similar commitment. Our cities can lead the way for more cities and states across the country to transition to a 100% renewable energy society!

Zero Hunger, Zero Waste: Hunger and Homelessness –
Organize online fundraisers for a local poverty relief agency.

New Voters Project – Help register voters. For a democracy to function and thrive, citizens need to be engaged in the political process. Our generation is the largest and most diverse group of potential voters in the country, with our own ideas and values. We have the power to elect the next generation of leaders who care about the things we do, and who will fight for our vision for the future, but only if we vote.

Wildlife Over Waste – Help collect petition signatures and meet with decision makers. Nothing we use for five minutes should pollute our environment for hundreds of years to come. 98% of foam cups and containers end up in our oceans and landfills where they can injure and kill
wildlife like sea turtles. We’re calling on our campuses to lead the country and ban unnecessary single-use containers.

Free Open-Textbooks – Meet with faculty members about using open-source free textbooks to save students thousands of dollars.
UO/Eugene, ORUnpaid/PaidOngoing opportunitiesLearn more and Complete and Interest Form here
High Hope HavenVolunteer Curriculum DeveloperEugene, ORUnpaidOngoing. Apply immediately. Open until filled.
Lane Arts Council Arts Education ProgramContracted Teaching Artists
Eugene, ORPaidContinues on a rolling basis. Learn more and Apply
Catholic Community ServicesDevelopment PracticumSpringfield, ORVolunteerOngoingContact Jerry Ragan, Development Director, Springfield Community Service Center,
Catholic Community Services of Lane County, Inc.
541-345-3628 Ext 313
NGO AbroadVolunteerMultiple countries for participationVolunteerOngoing
Hands on Greater PortlandVolunteerPortland metro areaVolunteerOne-time or ongoingLearn more about Hands On Greater Portland
Unite For Sight's Immersive Global Health Program VolunteerGhana; India; HondurusVolunteerOne-time or ongoing; 1-10 or more weeksLearn More
Common TidesVolunteerVarious locations in the CaribbeanVolunteerOne-time or ongoingLearn more about Common Tides
Bike & Build: Pedaling for Affordable HousingSummer 2020 Participant

Scholarships and Sponsorships available

"You don't need to be a cyclist to do one of our trips! Biking experience is a plus, but by no means necessary to do a Bike & Build trip. We'll make sure to get folks up to speed before they hit the road with us in the summer."
USA cross countryUnpaid. Must fundraise $5,000 pre-tripOne-time Learn more about Bike & Build


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Professional Development Events, Study Abroad, and Conferences

ActivityFocusDatesLocationMore info
Our Collective Courage

sponsored by the African American Development Officers Network

"Eight bold and audacious women of color will share their individual stories of injustice and inequity as they often struggle to simply do their jobs as fundraisers. Contributing to the dialogue are the amazing Canadian woman whose personal experiences are behind AFP’s newly launched website “The Right to Heal.” Bring your tissues and notebooks. These women will share truth and wisdom based on their perseverance in the face of racism."

In partnership with:

The Rooted Collaborative

WOC (Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy)

F3 (Fabulous Female Fundraisers)

Canadian Black Fundraisers
ParticipantJune 19, 2020, 2 – 4pm Eastern/11am-1pm PacificLearn more and Register
Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), Institute for Social Research University of Michigan-Ann ArborParticipant/Member in 3-5 workshops for month long courses; scholarships availableVarious Summer 2020ALL workshops and courses through ICPSR will be offered online during Summer 2020Learn more and Register for Summer 2020 workshops, certificates, or courses
Employment Webinars hosted by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management ParticipantVarious dates in early June 2020Learn more and Register
Philanthropy Northwest Webinars for new and experienced fundraising professionalsParticipant

Topics may include policy advocacy, evaluation as a tool for equity, current research on philanthropy, and the like
Various dates OnlineLearn more about and Register for the variety of learning opportunities sponsored by Philanthropy Northwest
Campus Career Connect (C3) online career group mentoring program for any college student with a disabilityParticipantOngoingOnlineLearn more about C3, career service support for students with disabilities

"CivicPRIDE is a social and networking organization for LGBT government professionals and their straight allies that supports local and statewide organizations that advance LGBT individuals in government leadership."
ParticipantOngoingBecome a member any time. Learn more about Civic Pride
Oregon Arts Commission Review Panels

Arts Commission application proposals are reviewed and scored by volunteers chosen for their geographic, ethnic and gender diversity, as well as for their expertise and experience. From these scores, staff ranks the grant proposals and uses the rankings to determine funding awards.
PanelistsVariousVariousLearn more about the Oregon Arts Commission volunteer review panelist process and Apply
American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) Cascade ChapterBecome a member today!

"Practitioners, researchers, aspiring public servants, we invite you to join
American Society for Public Administration's Newest Chapter serving Oregon and SW Washington."
OngoingLearn more at:
ASPA Cascade Chapter
Young Alumni Career Chat (within 10 years)

Chat with fellow young alumni from around the world: share your experiences, exchange career tips and professional advice, and build your professional network—all online!

"Sign in from your home or office, on your computer, smartphone, or tablet, to participate in 1-on-1 chats with other attendees. The chats are text-based and timed, allowing you to quickly meet new people, exchange contact information, and walk away with several new connections you didn't have before."

Sponsored by UO Alumni Association

This event is entirely text based!
June 23, 2020, 5-6pm Pacific From your computer, tablet or smartphone, participate anywhere you have an internet connection and web browser! Learn more and Register
Lane County Nonprofit Network of the Nonprofit Association of OregonParticipant in regular learning and peer-networking. Third Thursday of the month. Sessions take place from 8:30-10:30am, with informal networking starting at 10am.
Inn at the 5th
Maple Room
205 E 6th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401
Art of Management and Organization Conference 2020: Art as ActivismParticipant and/or PresenterConference dates: August 20-23, 2020
Liverpool, EnglandLearn more and Submit Proposals
Veterans Art AllianceVolunteer support in grant writing, artist programming, social media, website management, graphic design

Community Outreach
Ongoing, flexible 5-10 hours/weekEugene, OR
Social Theory, Politics & the Arts 2020 annual conferenceParticipantOctober 8-10, 2020Sarasota, FL hosted by Florida State University & New College of FloridaLearn more about the 2020 STPA Conference
California Department of Finance 2020 Policy Conference

This conference is free and open to (1)undergraduate students who will graduate by spring 2021, (2) all graduate students and (3) state public policy professionals.

"This conference is free and open to (1) undergraduate students who will graduate by spring 2020, (2) all graduate students and (3) State public policy professionals."
" Introduction to and interaction with state policy experts.

· Information about California’s government, economy, demographics, public policy trends/issues, and legislative and budget processes.

· Networking opportunities with state policy experts, Finance staff, and other students interested in public policy.

· Information about summer internships and employment opportunities at Finance."
October 9, 2020California State Capitol, Sacramento, CaliforniaLearn more and Register
United Way of Lane County eventsParticipantvarious datesEugene, OR areaLearn more about United Way of Lane County events
Northeast Document Conservation Center

Topics include:

"In Perpetuity: Tips for Municipal Clerks and Government Agencies"

"Writing Your Disaster Plan"

and many more.....
Participant/Course memberVarious dates and opportunitiesWebinars and trainingsLearn more
Global PDX "Lunch & Learn;" "Development Drinks," job listings, and other events/opportunities for networking, learning, volunteering, employment, and other professional development. Participant.
UO is a member institution so you can participate at member rates.
Various dates and opportunities throughout each month. Various locations in Portland, OR
OSPIRGEvent participant, volunteerVariousVariousLearn more
Strengths-Based Leadership guidance offered by UO Holden Leadership CenterIndividual participantVarious scheduling opportunitiesIndividual or group consulting and trainingLearn more and book an appointment
First Generation Professionals Initiative sponsored by the U.S. Department of Civil Rights and the Presidential Management FellowshipParticipant -- Must be a first-gen studentvariousLearn more
Social Media Crash Course sponsored by Nonprofit HubCourse memberAt your own paceOnlineLearn more and register:
Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL) eventsParticipant in conferences, webinars, supper clubs, networking, and other events that they are organized and implemented by ELGL members working in local government VariousELGL Events webpage
Big Interview via UO Career Center Use Big Interview to learn and practice your
interview skills. Big Interview is an online tool that helps provide additional information about how to prepare for interviews and some aspects of job applications. You can use it to develop mock interviews tailored to your specific industry, job and experience level.
This is most helpful when you need to practice at midnight and Julie or Jessica are not available to provide you with direct, personalized feedback. Learn more, Create an account, Practice and Prepare practice online interviewsParticipant -- "Prepare yourself using our practice interviews to get ahead of your competition. Receive expert guidance from our panel of professional recruiters." NOTE: The feedback/guidance portion appears to be a paid service. OngoingOnlineLearn more and Sign up at
American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) -- includes museums, local community planning, Webinar participant in seminars on strategic planning, educational programming, financial management and other related topics. Various dates --See calendar of events hereOnlineLearn more and register
Parker Dewey Micro-internships/Micro-projects from a variety of industries and disciplines. From working directly with an entrepreneur to supporting a large enterprise, you’ll have the opportunity to explore different roles and company cultures. You’ll find assignments for marketing like copywriting and working in social media, operations tasks like building reports, and more. Various opportunities and deadlinesLearn more, Create an account, Apply online job application tracking tool

"Huntr keeps track of every detail about your job applications - notes, dates, tasks, job descriptions, salaries, locations, company data and more."
UserOngoingOnlineLink to Huntr job application tracker


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Online Professional Development Training Opportunities


American Public Works Association Young Professionals. Emerging Leaders Academic and other education programs, networking, and other opportunities.

Coursera: Participate in free, audited, certificate, or degree based courses on topics such as business analytics, graphic design, Python presented by leading universities and business professionals.

LinkedIn Learning: Video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business skills. One month free.

Federal Emergency Management Association. Online and face-to-face courses and trainings through the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP), theEmergency Management Institute (EMI), and the National Training and Education Division (NTED)

Johnson Center for Philanthropy. Webinars, workshops, and lunch and learns through Grand Valley State University, Michigan.

U.S. Census Bureau. Data access webinars to all interested data users. Attendees learn how to access demographic, socioeconomic, housing and business data from the Decennial Census, American Community Survey, Local Employment Dynamics, Economic Programs and more.


Planning Students:

Planning Webcast Consortium: Earn over 40 CM credits every year on your computer – at no cost to members of participating APA chapters and divisions that support the Planning Webcast Consortium.
Career Reality Webinars: American Planning Association (APA) webinars for members with practical tips on job search and professional development issues for new and seasoned planners alike. The no-cost webinars are for APA members only. Paid webinars are open to all.
APA’s Certification Maintenance (CM) Search: Find live and online events, activities and courses you can attend to earn CM credits throughout the year.
Planetizen’s Courses:  Planetizen offers a variety of useful, CM-approved courses for planners.

Public Administration/Policy Students:

Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL) Exclusives: Timely, relevant, real, and useful content written by ELGL members and partners.

International City Managers’ Association (ICMA) Professional Development and ICMA University: Online and face-to-face  learning with workshops, courses, webinars, credentialing, coaching, and certificate programs.

Partnership for Public Service Training Programs: Opportunities to learn about and improve effectiveness in government service.


Nonprofit Students:

Association of Fundraising Professionals: Webinars and recordings from fundraising experts and thought leaders.

Center for Nonprofit Advancement:  Professional development for all staff, board members and volunteers at nonprofit organizations led by expert faculty members with experience working in the nonprofit sector.

Nonprofit Ready: Free online courses, videos, and downloadable guides to support nonprofit organizations and professionals.  Topics include Fundraising, Grant Writing, Leadership, Governance, Accounting and Finance, Operations, Marketing and Communications, Volunteer Engagement, and Program Management.

Nonprofit Association of Oregon: Programs are designed to cultivate nonprofit staff and volunteers.


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