Career Spotlight: Non-Profit Management

Looking for work that aligns with your personal mission and values? Non-profits can be a great opportunity to find purposeful work.

Grace Norman is the Government Relations Manager at the Texas Hunger Initiative at Baylor University. Grace shares how to find work you love, how to find specific job opportunities, what it’s like to work in the non-profit world, and what she finds rewarding and challenging about her career.

For those wanting to get into non-profit work, Grace recommends the following resources to check out as resources to get you plugged into opportunities.

Idealist www.idealist.org
Foundation Center http://foundationcenter.org/
Non-Profit Times http://www.thenonprofittimes.com/

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Tim Hammerich
tim@aggrad.com

Tim helps agricultural companies find talented employees. Originally from California, he is now based out of Austin, TX. Before launching AgGrad in 2015, Tim’s background was in management, sales, marketing, commodity trading, merchandising, risk management, logistics, public speaking, group facilitation, and grain operations. His goal is to take the traditional college career fair experience and replicate it online so that jobseekers can learn about opportunities, interact and receive feedback, and connect with employers in the agriculture industry.

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