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Jullien Gordon’s 30 Day Career Change Challenge is a movement to help 1,000 people change their careers in 30 days or less in November 2010.
It consist of 57 videos with 6.5 hours of trainings, tips, tools, template, and techniques and a 250+ page workbook to help you live and work your D.R.E.A.M (Desired Relationships Employment And Money).
There are 4 Module:
1. Create your D.R.E.A.M. Life (career & life visioning)
2. Attract your D.R.E.A.M. Career (personal branding online & offline, resume, cover letter)
3. Build your D.R.E.A.M. Team (networking up, across, out, & online)
4. Land your D.R.E.A.M. Job (interviewing, follow up, negotiation)
Whether you’re underemployed, unemployed, underpaid, undervalued, about to graduate, or trying to figure out how to make meaning and money in the world, the Career Change Challenge is for you.
REGISTER today at:
Position Description: Deputy Director, Los Angeles
Latinos On Fast Track (LOFT) Institute seeks an entrepreneurial leader to serve as Deputy Director based in Los Angeles. Reporting to the Executive Director and Chair of the Institute and in partnership with the staff of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation, the Deputy Director of the Institute will be principally responsible for development in addition to other internal and external facing responsibilities, including project management, administration, and human capital. The Deputy Director will play a critical role in the national expansion and overall growth of the Institute
- Structure and lead regional and industry vertical teams of LOFT Fellows
- Create and execute fundraising plans for regional and industry vertical initiatives
- Secure financial support from individuals, foundations, and corporations
- Administer the implementation of fundraising, CRM, and e-mail marketing solutions
- Manage donor database and oversee staff responsible for data entry and gift processing
- Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with members and major donors
- Create and execute a strategy for a large sustained base of individual donors
- Develop and track proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising
- Represent the Institute in regional and industry-specific conferences and other public venues
- Oversee the planning and execution of special events
- Devise and direct new media strategies for integration with development plans
Candidates should have a passion for the LOFT Institute’s mission. Entrepreneurial skills are critical as the Deputy Director’s role is similar to launching a new non-profit organization.
- Graduate degree preferred
- 2+ years experience in campaign fundraising or non-profit development
- Demonstrated excellence in organizational, managerial, and communication skills
- Comfort and demonstrated success in fundraising and/or sales
- Mature judgment, with a high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness;
- Independent, results-focused, highly organized self-starter;
- Ability to work under pressure in campaign-style environment
- Computer, internet, and mobile data literate with experience in Microsoft Office or equivalent
- Comfortable giving/receiving constructive feedback and acting as a coach/mentor to Fellows
Salary: Salary will be commensurate upon experience and qualifications
Application Timeline: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
Background on LOFT: http://www.loftinstitute.org/about-loft
The LOFT program was created by the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) in partnership with the Hispanic College Fund (HCF) to systematically identify, prepare, place and retain emerging Latino professionals on a management track. The LOFT program has evolved into the LOFT Institute, which leverages the assets of LOFT and HHF to better bolster America’s workforce via a regional and industry-specific approach.
LOFT Institute’s mission looks to reestablish the American workforce as a global competitor by investing in the youngest and fastest growing segment of the population – the Latino community.
Link to the Hispanic Heritage Foundation: http://hispanicheritage.org/
What is No Labels?
No Labels is a group of American citizens – Republicans, Democrats, and Independents – from many backgrounds and different parts of the country. We are concerned about the extreme polarization of our politics, and the resulting breakdown of effective governance in Washington, DC. No Labels is a promise that the labels we’ve been given do not define who we are and what we can accomplish. Politics can be carried out more effectively and progress can be made if we come together. The end goal, our shared political destiny, is the same: a successful, prosperous, and safe America. Together, we can bridge old divides and move America not left or right, but forward.
We are no labels.
We care deeply about our country.
We are frustrated and concerned about the tone of politics today.
We are passionate about addressing America’s challenges.
We are Democrats, Republicans and Independents.
But most importantly we are Americans.
We believe hyper-partisanship is paralyzing our ability to govern.
We believe in the vital center — a place where ideas are judged on their merits, beyond party labels.
We may disagree on specific issues, but we maintain civility and mutual respect.
Together, we can make America’s future better and brighter — and give us what we all deserve — a government and a political system that works — united by common purpose, common decency and common sense.
We need to stop fighting and start fixing. We face serious challenges and consequences of inaction have never been greater.
Working together, we can bridge old divides and move America not left or right, but forward.
A promising future still calls.
But it requires No Labels.