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POSITIONS AVAILABLE Additional position listings may be found at Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont is seeking an experienced and visionary leader who has the abilities and skills necessary to build on the organization’s past successes and move them forward. Their ideal candidate will have strong non-profit business management skills including fund raising and communications, as well as be a leader in environmental education. They are seeking a person who will understand and be capable of managing the many facets of a residential environmental learning center working in partnership with the National Park Service. Send resume, letter of interest, including salary history and expectations to: Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont, 9275 Tremont Rd. Townsend, TN 37882, 865-448-6709 or email to:

RESOURCES Suggest a resource by e-mailing Blackbaud has developed an infographic that highlights generational trends in giving. It is a companion piece to their latest report, The Next Generation of American Giving. A Practical Guide to Integrated Communications: A Workbook for Nonprofits is an interactive guide is designed to serve as your blueprint as you work to bring together the many different channels you use to communicate with constituents, and the many different ways you communicate with them. As you complete the worksheets, they’ll walk you through an audit of what you’re currently doing, teach you to think through what you should be doing, and help you create a tactical plan and schedule to organize your approach to what you’re communicating, when, and through which channels.. Join The Chronicle of Philanthropy on November 21 for Innovative Ways to Recruit Board Members. This webinar is designed teach you cutting-edge approaches that can help you recruit your next board members. You’ll hear from a nonprofit leader who has mastered the use of social networks to find board members with the expertise and connections his organization needs - but would probably not have found with traditional techniques. There is a nominal fee for this program. Check out these upcoming webinars from Nonprofit Hub: • Tom Ahern: Everything I Know in 60 Slides - Wednesday, November 13 11:30am CT • Tips for Teaching Your Board Members to Solicit Gifts - Wednesday, December 11 11:30am CT Both programs are free of charge.

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November 2013

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