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Project Assistant, School of Business and Nonprofit Management (SBNM) Lilly Endowment Grant, North Park University
North Park University seeks to fill the position of Project Assistant. This position reports to the Program Director, SBNM Lilly Endowment Grant and provides administrative support for a new program developed by SBNM and the Axelson Center for Nonprofit Management. This role is funded by the Lilly Endowment’s National Initiative to Address Economic Challenges Facing Pastoral Leaders. This is a full-time, three-year position (2017, 2018, and 2019) with benefits.
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Assistant Professor and Coordinator, Masters of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Program, Grand Valley State University
Our State of Generosity (OSoG) is a project of the Johnson Center, in partnership with the Council of Michigan Foundations, Michigan Nonprofit Association, and the Michigan Community Service Commission. Offering many resources that are not found elsewhere, OSoG profiles philanthropic leaders, describes projects to increase or improve the charitable sector, and provides unusual access and transparency to original historical documents of the four partner organizations.

Reflecting the Nonprofit Academic Centers Council’s suggested learning goals, Our State of Generosity has recently completed a college-level curriculum guide for philanthropy education. The guide provides sample lesson plan suggestions for college faculty members coded to the NACC Guidelines for philanthropy education. These lessons use Our State of Generosity’s (OSoG) online platform of resources, providing college students with the unique opportunity to work directly with original historical documents, reflective videos of key Michigan philanthropic leaders, and summaries of lessons learned.

We are hoping to recruit two or three professors to help us test our curriculum in their classes and, using our guide, to integrate the practical, hands-on learning in philanthropic leadership provided through /Our State of Generosity/. The lesson plans have been developed by Dr. Kathy Agard, a published author and editor in philanthropy, and Sal Alaimo, a tenured professor at Grand Valley State University.  With the constructive critique, feedback, and advice from professors from GVSU and beyond, the Curriculum Guide will be updated and released during the summer of 2018 to professors across the country.

For more information please contact Robin Leonard.

Part-Time Position: Axelson Center at North Park University
The Axelson Center for Nonprofit Management at North Park University seeks to fill the position of Center Associate. This position reports to the Director and provides part-time support (20 hours per week) through office administration including managing meeting logistics, database management, internal system development and maintenance, and on-campus departmental coordination. 
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