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Consulting & Executive Transitions Intern – Third Sector New England (Boston, MA)

TSNE, which provides management and leadership resources to help nonprofits support healthy, just communities, is accepting applications for their spring internship program. Interns will gain first-hand knowledge of the internal management of a nonprofit consulting practice, shadow consultants in the field, delve deeply into the theoretical underpinnings of organizational transition consulting, and learn about process evaluation for nonprofit capacity building efforts.

Internship projects include:

  • Shadowing consultants in the field, taking notes at meetings and drafting reports for clients
  • Evaluating internal systems and processes, providing recommendations for improvement
  • Analyzing evaluation data and developing reports
  • Researching organizational transitions and developing materials for use by consultants
  • Researching and evaluating businesses used by TSNE for strategic contracting decisions

For more information or to apply, click here.

Director of Policy – Local Initiatives Support Corporation (New York, NY)

The New York City office of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) seeks a senior-level professional to fill the position of Director of Policy. LISC is a national nonprofit organization which provides financial and technical assistance to neighborhood-based nonprofit community development corporations (CDCs) working to improve housing and economic conditions in distressed neighborhoods. Candidates must have experience managing and/or creating projects to strengthen policy activities. The candidate must also have experience in the community development industry. A Bachelor’s degree and 6 years of related experience are required; graduate level education is a plus. Competitive salary, excellent benefits. For a full job description and application information visit: http://www.lisc.org/docs/jobs/2012_nyc_policy.pdf

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