Explore AFP’s Special Job Seekers Toolkit for Fundraisers (Updated October 23, 2014)
The AFP Job Seekers toolkit focuses on finding the right job and features advice and services to help you carry out a successful job search and land on your feet in a rewarding new position. It is regularly updated with new and targeted materials.
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Looking to Take the Next Step in Your Fundraising Career? Search AFP’s Targeted Job Listings
Whether you are looking for a job related to major gifts, marketing, software or planned giving, AFP’s job center has opportunities for you. To browse AFP’s Jobs Service and find your next rewarding career opportunity, click here.
The Truth About Reference and Background Checking
By Pamela A. Cook, ACFRE, and Paul Gietzel, March/April 2010
If you are looking for a new position, you undoubtedly have carefully prepared your resume and have contacted people to serve as references. However, do you really understand all the nuances of reference and background checking?
Resume Myths: Fact or Fiction?
The following are some mistakes that development professionals often make in describing their experience and accomplishments to potential employers.
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