Career Opportunity: Center for Community Solutions

The Center for Community Solutions has an immediate opening on their Cleveland-based team for the inaugural director of the Cuyahoga County Ohio Human Service Chamber of Commerce (CCHSCC). About the Nonprofit: The Center for Community Solutions is a non-partisan,...

NLAP: A Compass for Growth

BVU’s Nonprofit Leadership Advancement Program is a five-part professional development course providing relevant, evidence-based training for local nonprofit executives. We caught up with 2024 NLAP participant Tyler Adams to learn more about his experience. “No...

Career Opportunities: Womankind

Womankind is seeking an OH-licensed RN to serve as Head Nurse & Clinical Manager, as well as an OH CSWMFT-approved Licensed Social Worker (LSW or LISW) to serve as Director of Social Work & Support Services. About the Nonprofit:Founded in 1975, Womankind’s...

When Volunteering Becomes Job Training

Over 30 years ago, the Homeless Stand Down started as an event to help veterans. While its impact has since expanded to anyone experiencing homelessness, veterans are still a core group of those in attendance. To honor this, BVU provides resources and items...

Partnership: The Key to Volunteering

BVU partners with nearly 100 Northeast Ohio-based businesses each year to make a difference in the community. Setting an admirable example, Medical Mutual has worked with BVU for many years to provide employees with an abundance of impact opportunities. Dionna Gore, a...

Sponsor or Volunteer: Why Not Both?

Sponsors are more than a name on a banner! In a conversation with our staff, Dezirae Stoker (a team member of Meaden & Moore) reflects on her second year of involvement with BVU and the Homeless Stand Down.  What motivated you to volunteer at today’s event? I used...

Make Volunteering a Family Affair!

For his third year as a Homeless Stand Down volunteer, Gary Bullard (DuPont) was joined by his wife Keisha (Bolton Elementary), daughter Kelsi, and son-in-law Jim. But Gary wasn’t the ringleader: “My daughter found this opportunity on her own – she was the one...

Executive Director Career Opportunity: Global Ties Akron

  About the Nonprofit: Global Ties Akron strengthens academic, corporate, organizational, and personal links between Northeast Ohio and the world. As a member of Global Ties U.S., Global Ties Akron (GTA) partners with the U.S. Department of State to provide...

Three talks you can’t miss!

BVU’s 2023 Civic Leadership Summit is packed top-to-bottom with expert content. Learn more about each session below. BUILDING A TRUST-INSPIRED WORKPLACE Sherry Neubert, The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Combining expert research on trust-based leadership...

Career Opportunities: Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence

  Nonprofit: Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence (OAESV) Mission: OAESV uses an anti-oppression lens to advocate for comprehensive responses and rape crisis services for survivors and to empower communities to prevent sexual violence. Position: Multiple open...

Nonprofit Roundup from Marcum

Each month, accountants and advisors from Marcum share insights on topics related to the nonprofit and social sector. This August, learn more about… Talent Management Considerations for Nonprofits In a variety of nonprofit surveys conducted earlier this year,...

Career Opportunity: RePlay for Kids

  Nonprofit: RePlay for Kids Position: Workshop Leader Status: Part Time (average of 55 hours a month). Some evening and weekend hours. The mission of RePlay for Kids is to increase the availability of toys and assistive devices for children with disabilities. We...

Career Opportunity: The Music Settlement

  Nonprofit: The Music Settlement Position: Chief of Staff Reports to: President/CEO Status: Full-time, Exempt Founded in 1912, The Cleveland Music School Settlement (dba The Music Settlement) provides music and arts programming to students of all ages and...

July Nonprofit News: Getting What You Really Want

Getting What You Really Want   Many leaders and teams seek coaching at some point in their professional journey. But coaching can mean many different things to those seeking services. It can be viewed as consulting (“What should I do?”) and/or...

Coaching: Getting what you really want! 

By Jean Polster, Leadership Coach and Consultant Many leaders and teams seek coaching at some point in their professional journey. It is important to determine what support you are looking for, and find the right individual as a coach. In my leadership coaching...

June Nonprofit News: Economic Uncertainty

Economic Uncertainty and Your Nonprofit   To pass the debt ceiling agreement, $136 billion in federal spending were cut and $30 billion were rolled back in unspent COVID-19 relief funds. For many nonprofits, this may mean fewer contracts and grants from federal...