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Girl Scout Shop Manager
Girl Scouts of Nassau County

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      • A non-profit organization, Girl Scouts of Nassau County serves girls and adults through 36 local Girl Scout Associations throughout all of Nassau County’s school districts.


Managing Director
Southampton Center

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      • Southampton Center is a brand new arts center located in the heart of the Village of Southampton at 25 Jobs Lane. The Southampton Center just finished a pilot summer season with great success, and is looking to expand into year-round programming.


New Business Development Manager
Island Harvest

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      • The New Business Development Manager will cultivate new corporate and business contributors and individuals, upgrade existing corporate supporters and reactivate lapsed contributors. Additionally, the Manager will help to increase corporate support for special events.


Executive Director
Detention Watch Network

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      • Requires a self-starter who is dynamic, innovative and focused. Good inter-personal and leadership skills a must. Duties are varied and multi-faceted, ranging from business development, volunteer supervision, event planning and a wide variety of administrative and routine office responsibilities.


Executive Director (PT)
Hand in Hand

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      • Requires a self-starter who is dynamic, innovative and focused. Good inter-personal and leadership skills a must. Duties are varied and multi-faceted, ranging from business development, volunteer supervision, event planning and a wide variety of administrative and routine office responsibilities.


Grant Writer/Institutional Giving Manager
Island Harvest

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      • This dynamic individual will steward and expand Island Harvest’s sizeable portfolio of foundation, corporate, government and individual supporters. In addition he/she will also write and send monthly e-newsletters.


Senior Campaign Director

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

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      • Responsible for overall development (immediate and strategic) of multiple or complex campaigns or projects with major fiscal and operational impact for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society within the chapter’s chartered area. Senior level management responsibility/accountability for financial and human resources.


Development Director

The De La Salle School

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      • The principal role of the Development Director shall be to coordinate and strengthen on an ongoing basis, a student sponsorship program with the goal of securing a full year sponsor for each student.


Director of Administration

Health & Welfare Council of Long Island

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      • The Health and Welfare Council of Long Island (HWCLI) is a private, not for profit, health and human services planning, research/public education and advocacy organization that serves as the umbrella for public and voluntary agencies serving Long Island’s poor and vulnerable individuals and families. HWCLI’s mission is to respond to the needs of Long Island’s vulnerable families and individuals by promoting the development of public policies and services – ensuring that the voice of the powerless are heard.


Executive Director

The Transition Network

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      • The Transition Network (TTN) is seeking an experienced, forward-thinking Executive Director to provide leadership in growing the organization to increased national prominence. This will require working with the Board to further refine clear vision and values, assessing new financial and operating models as well as expanded and targeted messaging – brand management, marketing and communication.


Executive Director

Mother’s Against Drunk Driving (NYS)

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      • Founded by a mother whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver, Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) is the nation’s largest nonprofit working to protect families from drunk driving and underage drinking.


Program Supervisor

Adelphi University School of Social Work – Breast Cancer Program

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      • Reporting to the Director of the Breast Cancer Program, the Program Supervisor will be responsible for the overall administrative supervision and day to day operations of the Breast Cancer Hotline, Volunteer program, Marketing, Outreach, Technology, Bilingual Services and Evaluation. The Program Supervisor consults and coordinates with Director, staff and volunteers.


Executive Director

National Association of Mothers’ Centers (NAMC)

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      • The mission of the National Association of Mothers’ Centers (NAMC) is to foster communities of women who, through mutual support and public advocacy, explore, enrich, and value the maternal experience.


Program Manager

Health Leads

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      • Health Leads is a national non-profit with the goal that one day, all doctors will be able to prescribe solutions that improve health, not just manage disease.


Associate Director

Hispanic Counseling Center

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      • Hispanic Counseling Center is a multiservice center located in Hempstead, Long Island, which employs a fully bilingual/bicultural staff of 52 and provides a network of interrelated services including licensed behavioral health treatment and family services. HCC promotes family and community wellness and supports the recovery of the individual and the family system.


Development Manager of Marketing and Community Relations

Education and Assistance Corporation (EAC)

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      • The Education and Assistance Corporation (EAC) is a nonprofit human service agency with a network of over 70 programs throughout Long Island and New York City.


Social Worker/Hotline Coordinator

Adelphi University School of Social Work – Breast Cancer Program

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      • Reporting to the Program Supervisor, the Social Worker/Hotline Coordinator will be responsible for oversight of the Hotline and Volunteer programs, supervision of social work intern(s) and counseling of clients. The Social Worker consults and coordinates with the Program Supervisor, staff and volunteers and should have enthusiasm for innovative approaches and change.


Executive Director

Friends of the Bay

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      • Friends of the Bay’s (FOB) mission is to preserve, protect and restore the ecological integrity and productivity of the Oyster Bay/Cold Spring Harbor estuary and the surrounding watershed. Widely recognized as one of the most effective and respected environmental organizations on Long Island, award-winning FOB is celebrating its 25th anniversary.


Director of Quality Assurance and Grants Management

Long Island Association for AIDS Care, Inc. (LIAAC)

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      • LIAAC is a nonprofit agency delivering comprehensive services to all Long Islanders infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and other infectious diseases.


Director/Site Supervisor

Selden Cantereach Youth Association

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      • Director/site supervisor for the School Age Child Car Program. Requires 20–25 hours weekly, split between a.m. and p.m. programs.


Director of Membership, Volunteerism and Program

Girl Scouts of Nassau County

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      • The MVP Director is responsible for ensuring that the Girl Scouts of the USA’s Girl Scout Leadership Experience is being utilized Council-wide to support the growth, retention, and diversity of girl membership through volunteers throughout Nassau County. The MVP Director partners with other regional directors to oversee the implementation of all aspects of the council’s membership, volunteerism and program strategies within assigned region and between regions.


Executive Director

Huntington Historical Society

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      • Executive Director position with local Historical non-profit. Charged with being face of organization, overseeing day to day operations, liaison between staff, public, and board of directors. Must have: Bachelor’s Degree, management skills, event and fundraising ability, communication skills, knowledge of computer software and internet savvy.


Development Associate

The Parent-Child Home Program, Inc.

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      • The Parent-Child Home Program, a nationally recognized early childhood literacy, parenting education and school readiness program is seeking a development associate with three-to-five years of work experience. The development associate will work with the director of development and communications to support the mission of the national center through all fundraising activities.


Executive Director

The Art League of Long Island

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      • Founded 58-years-ago by a small group of artists who moved to suburbia to raise their families after World War II, the Art League of Long Island has grown to become the largest not-for-profit visual arts organization of its kind on Long Island. With an annual budget of more than $1.2 million, the Art League enjoys a membership of more than 1,300 individuals, families and businesses and serves more than 4,800 students of all ages. We have a year-round schedule of classes and community outreach programs along with an intensive summer arts program for children and teens. The Art League also offers professional development to the area’s public and private school art teachers.


Program Associate

Junior Achievement of New York, Inc.

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      • The mission of Junior Achievement New York is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. We seek a program associate who will work to handle a portfolio of volunteer, after school, school and projects accounts. This portfolio will enable the associate to serve as the liaison between volunteers and the schools where they deliver programming; high school students who volunteer in elementary schools; and other key community-based organizations where Junior Achievement programming is delivered. The primary focus will be on relationship management and program execution. This will include recruiting, training, and placing volunteers on top of time spent out in the field running volunteer events and becoming a visible presence to our partners.


Director of Development

Long Island GLBT Services Network

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      • The director of development is based out of the network’s Garden City community center, and supervises four development staff positions: individual and planned giving, corporate and business relations, community initiatives and database and special events.


Director of Programs

Sustainable Long Island

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      • The director of programs strives to improve the lives of residents in low-to-moderate income communities by improving access to food, transportation and jobs; enhances environmental health through brownfield redevelopment and education about environmental justice disparities; and assists in economic development and revitalization by building community support through authentic public engagement.


Director of Development

Ross School

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      • The director of development at the Ross School will oversee a comprehensive development program and will be responsible for planning, executing and annually growing the major gifts and annual giving campaigns for the school. Major gifts and campaigns include individual, foundation and corporate donor solicitation/cultivation/recognition, with a focus on multi-year long-term support and sustainability.


Operations/Financial Manager

Global Workers Justice Alliance

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      • Are you passionate about international labor rights, protecting migrant workers and working with local advocates to protect workers from exploitation and abuse? Do you have outstanding organizational and financial management skills and great attention to detail? Global Workers seeks an operations/financial manager who will also assist programs with logistical and clerical support. The primary responsibilities will be managing the small organization’s finances, development assistance, office and database management and program assistance.


Managing Director

Global Workers Justice Alliance

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      • Global Workers seeks a part-time managing director willing to step into a small operation and help the organization realize its potential. This is an extraordinary opportunity for a committed, skilled manager and able fundraiser to help Global Workers raise enough funds to continue the organization’s growth and build the managing director role into a full-time position over one-to-two years. While we are growing, the managing director will be responsible for day-to-day operations such as managing the organization’s finances, development (with executive director), office and database management.


Associate Director of Development

Cinema Arts Centre, Huntington

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      • Be a vital part of a two-person development department. The successful candidate will provide direct support to the director of development in all development and fundraising initiatives.


Director of Development

The Lustgarten Foundation

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      • The Lustgarten Foundation in Bethpage, New York, is a not-for-profit dedicated to funding research to find a cure for pancreatic cancer. We are seeking a director of development to create and implement annual fundraising developmental plans and strategies in conjunction with foundation leadership. Responsibilities include securing funding through major gifts, foundations, corporations and pharmaceutical companies; writing grant proposals; one-on-one donor meetings; and developing a planned giving program.


Director of Human Resources

Girl Scouts of Nassau County

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      • The director of human resources is responsible for developing the strategic direction of human resource management for the Girl Scouts of Nassau County (GSNC) and the development of the appropriate programs, policies and action plans to enable the human resource strategy.


Director of Development

Tuesday’s Children

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      • Tuesday’s Children seeks an outgoing, experienced and creative professional to capitalize on the important mission and history of the organization, and help strengthen and diversify the organization’s fundraising activities. The director will work on both annual and long term fundraising objectives through a comprehensive range of initiatives involving individual and institutional giving.


Executive Director (Part-Time)

Hand-in-Hand for Seniors, Inc.

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      • Hand-in-Hand for Seniors, Inc., is a new not-for-profit community-based agency whose mission is to help seniors age in place, located in Huntington Village, and seeks the services of an executive director to take charge of the day-to-day activities of the program.


Executive Director

Women’s Fund of Long Island

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      • The Women’s Fund of Long Island seeks a dynamic executive director who cares passionately about women’s issues and who will work closely with the Board of Directors to fulfill WFLI’s mission.


Executive Director

Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Diocese of Rockville Centre

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      • The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international nonprofit organization of Catholic laymen and women volunteers—dedicated to serving the poor and needy. The society’s mission is to serve the poor through practical works of charity to enable people in need to regain their independence and financial stability. Charitable giving will include  financial assistance, food, clothing and other material aide.


Director of Programs

Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, Inc. 

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      • The Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, Inc., is seeking an experienced, motivated, energetic individual to lead the organization’s programs: Child/Family Health Plus, Nutrition Outreach and Education Program and LI Anti-Hunger Initiative and Consumer Health Advocacy.


Director of Entrepreneurial Programs and Services

Girl Scouts

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      • The director of entrepreneurial programs is responsible for the direction and oversight of the Girl Scout Cookie and Fall Products programs. The director will set business and program goals while developing marketing strategies to promote these programs, expand opportunities for girls to learn entrepreneurial skills, manage inventory and the delivery of products and supervise staff and volunteers.


Chief Program Officer

Long Island Association for AIDS Care, Inc. (LIAAC)

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      • Responsible for the overall supervision of the case management, program services and prevention education departments, the chief program officer is specifically responsible for programmatic adherence to federal, state and local fund standards, guidelines and mandates. (S)he will also identify and secure new agency funding.


Office Administrator/House Manager

Landmark on Main Street

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      • This full-time position is a key member of Landmark on Main Street’s customer service-oriented staff. (S)he performs all administrative, clerical and secretarial duties for the office, administers the rental program, oversees ushers and volunteers, drafts correspondence and responds to customer inquiries by phone, email and in-person.


Grant Writer/Institutional Giving Manager
Island Harvest

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      • This dynamic individual will steward and expand Island Harvest’s sizeable portfolio of foundation, corporate, government and individual supporters. In addition he/she will also write and send monthly e-newsletters.


Executive Director

The Maurer Foundation for Breast Health Education

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      • The executive director will work closely with the Board of Directors to lead The Maurer Foundation to ever-increasing levels of outreach and success. (S)he will have the opportunity to work in a collaborative environment with a committed board and a strong administrative team to cement the foundation’s position at the forefront of breast cancer education and breast health.


Community Development Manager

Long Island Association for AIDS Care, Inc. (LIAAC)

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      • Coordinate all agency marketing and communications, including special events and comprehensive media outreach. Responsible for cultivating corporate, foundation and private sponsorship for agency-sponsored events.


Executive Director

Southampton Center for the Arts

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      • The executive director will join the Southampton Center for the Arts during the visioning process. (S)he will provide the leadership necessary to fulfill the mission and vision for this emerging multi arts organization. (S)he will be responsible for achieving the Center’s goals for artistic excellence, financial stability and sustainability and community engagement.


Health Education Coordinator

Long Island Association for AIDS Care, Inc. (LIAAC)

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      • Responsible for the day-to-day management of the prevention education department, supervision of staff educators, ensure work plans goals are being met to agency standards, direct and train staff, prepare monthly/annual reports and coordinate data/demographics for long term planning.


Senior Organizer

La Fuente

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      • La Fuente, a Tri-State Worker & Community Fund, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization that creates, fosters and guides collaborative projects, which bring together progressive labor unions and community partners around immigrant and worker rights issues.


Executive Director

Sustainable Long Island

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      • The executive director is responsible for overseeing and managing all technical, financial, public relations and administrative issues for the organization. The executive director provides overall leadership for strategy, organizational development, implementation, financial oversight and fundraising.


Director of Institutional Advancement

Sacred Heart Academy

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      • The director’s job is a key full-time, 12-month staff position. The director works closely with the president, principal of Sacred Heart Academy and the school’s Board of Trustees. (S)he will be an articulate person imbued with the school’s mission, bring an enthusiastic approach to ways of developing strategies to engage parents, alumni in the fundraising activities of the school.


Director of Quality Assurance & Grants Management

Long Island Association for AIDS Care, Inc. (LIAAC)

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      • Oversee all aspects of monitoring, quality assurance/evaluation and reporting for agency programs. Research federal grant opportunities and develop grant applications. Conduct program audits to provide quality assurance monitoring for agency programs.


Executive Director

La Fuente

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      • La Fuente, a Tri-State Worker & Community Fund, Inc., is a not-for-profit organization that creates, fosters and guides collaborative projects, bringing together progressive labor unions and community partners around immigrant and worker rights issues.


Community Organizer

The Workplace Project

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      • Inform Latin immigrant workers of their rights and lead presentations about basic workers’ rights. Organize and carry out public campaigns for protecting workers’ rights. Recover unpaid wages and organize workers against injustices in the workplace.


Field Program Supervisor

Long Island Association for AIDS Care, Inc. (LIAAC)

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      • Day-to-day management of one of the agency’s outreach, HIV testing and education projects. Conduct HIV testing and facilitate evidence based HIV prevention education intervention. This project targets active substance users and homosexual men in communities with high incidences of HIV/AIDS.


Director

Roosevelt Counseling and Resource Center and Long Island Counseling Center

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      • The primary responsibilities include assisting and directing staff in providing services that are strength based and sensitive to the racial and ethnic backgrounds of the community, ensuring compliance with HIPPA, OMH and JCOA standards and maintaining program budgets and reports.


Executive Director

Progressive States Network

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      • Progressive States Network transforms the political landscape by sparking progressive actions at the state level. Founded in 2005, the group provides coordinated research and strategic advocacy tools to state legislators and their staffs, empowering decision-makers with everything they need to engineer forward-thinking change.


Executive Director 

Eglevsky Ballet

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      • The executive director is responsible for financial budgeting and reporting, marketing, fundraising and administrative matters relating to the company’s artistic endeavors.


Executive Director 

Chinatown Manpower Project (CMP)

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      • The executive director will oversee approximately 65 employees and be responsible for all aspects of the organization, shaping policy in partnership with the board of directors and managing the staff responsible for programs, finances, operations, fundraising, contract funding relations and community activities.


Senior Level Development Professional 

Holy Trinity Diocesan High School

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      • Holy Trinity Diocesan High School’s Office of Institutional Advancement is searching for a seasoned development professional to help lead fundraising and development efforts to support the school’s future growth.


Director 

Three Village Historical Society

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      • The director is responsible for the financial, development and administrative management of the organization as well as implementation of policies set by the Board of Trustees. This position is responsible for building awareness and financial support and acts as the principle representative and liaison with the community.


Transitional Executive Director

Herstory Writers Workshop

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      • Herstory Writers Workshop is seeking a transitional executive director who will embrace an opportunity to pair leadership skills with marketing and fundraising expertise to move Herstory to the next organizational level. This exciting new part time position offers the chance to work a flexible schedule while strengthening and maximizing the organizational capacity of this unique not-for-profit.


Executive Director

Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts

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      • Are you looking for the opportunity to pair your love of art and culture with your leadership abilities? Are you looking for a challenging opportunity with a flexible work schedule? Does the idea of helping an organization grow energize and excite you?


Executive Director

Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

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      • The Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence seeks a leader who is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of people affected by alcoholism and drug dependency and to the prevention of these devastating addictions.

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Girl Scout Shop Manager
Girl Scouts of Nassau County

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      • A non-profit organization, Girl Scouts of Nassau County serves girls and adults through 36 local Girl Scout Associations throughout all of Nassau County’s school districts.


Executive Director

Mental Health Association of Nassau County

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      • The Executive Director provides leadership for and oversight of the organization, is actively engaged in the broader behavioral health and human service community, builds and maintains strong relationships with donors and other funding resources, including local and state government


Director of Advancement/Development

East Hampton Day Care Learning Center

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      • The East Hampton Early Learning Center provides over 120 children from the ages of 18 months to 5 years old with a rich learning, and a safe nurturing environment. The Center has been hailed as a ‘national model of community collaboration’ in education – the town government, two local school districts, parents and private donors all work together to build and fund this community resource.


Executive Director

Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Services, Inc.

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      • The mission of Central Nassau Guidance & Counseling Services, Inc. is to provide clinical treatment, rehabilitation, housing opportunities, social and support services, counseling and guidance to individuals, families and the community affected by mental illness, developmental disabilities, psychological difficulties, addiction and/or dependency problems.


Director

The Health and Welfare Council of Long Island

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      • The Health and Welfare Council of Long Island is seeking an experienced, motivated, energetic individual to lead HWCLI’s Healthcare and Nutrition, Policy and Advocacy including Child/Familty Health Plus, Medicaid, SNAP and Consumer Health Advocacy programs.


Assistant Director
The Center for Nonprofit Leadership

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      • The assistant director will deliver select programs and services to nonprofit organizations, executives and their boards; conduct and analyze organizational assessments; engage in client research; develop program materials; prepare proposals and grant applications; and manage assigned projects.


Director of Development
Landmark on Main Street

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      • The director of development reports to Landmark on Main Street’s executive director and is responsible for creating, leading and implementing an annual development plan in coordination with the executive director and board of directors. Major responsibilities include soliciting major gift/planned giving donors and prospects, coordinating special events (including annual Gala) and appeals, managing capital campaigns, donor cultivation and writing grants and communications pieces.


Operations Manager
Progressive States Network

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      • Progressive States Network (PSN) is looking for an individual to join our team as the operations manager. The operations manager’s position is integral to Progressive States Network’s growth and success as an organization working for progressive policies. This is a great opportunity for a professional to gain unique experience in progressive politics and office administration.
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