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Arizona Nonprofit Community Report
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Arizona State University College of Public Programs

October 10, 2003

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What's New
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Answers to Frequently Asked Nonprofit Questions

The Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management (CNLM) has initiated a question and answer session on its website, http://nonprofit.asu.edu. Located in the Assistance to Nonprofits section, a series of frequently asked nonprofit questions and answers will be posted. Each FAQ will include resources and links to additional sources of information. The first FAQ has been posted and responds to the question, "How Do I Start a Nonprofit?"

Questions may be posted in the "Ask a Question" tab. It is these questions that eventually will be developed as additional FAQs. The academic and practical expertise of CNLM faculty and advisory council members, NMI faculty, and others with nonprofit expertise will contribute to the development of responses. For more information, visit the Center's website at http://nonprofit.asu.edu, call (480) 965-0607 or e-mail to nonprofit@asu.edu.

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2nd Annual Nonprofit Executive Director Awards

The Organization for Nonprofits Executives (ONE) is excited to announce the 2nd Annual Nonprofit Executive Awards. ONE has identified the need to recognize the nonprofit executives that have been examples within the community and have been dedicated in growing and maintaining their nonprofits within the community. This is the time for employees, board members, or community members to boast and brag about their nonprofit executive director and truly, let the community know about their valuable service. Eligibility Requirements: Any nonprofit organization that holds a 501(c)3 status. Nominee must have served as the organization's Executive Director for three or more years. Winners will be selected for each category of nonprofits: small, medium, and large and will be announced at the 11th Annual Nonprofit Day on Friday, December 5, 2003.

Please submit your nominations by November 7, 2003. Application will be taken online only at the Organization for Nonprofit Executives website: www.oneaz.org. No additional supplemental material will be accepted. For additional information, please email ONE-Admin@cox.net.

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Announcements

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Save the Date! 11th Annual Nonprofit Day - December 5, 2003

The Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management is pleased to announce that the 11th Annual Nonprofit Day will be held on December 5, 2003. This year's topic will be "Inspiring Confidence and Trust: Issues and Answers for Nonprofit Organizations" and will coincide with the release of a research monograph on this same subject.

Nonprofit Day, held on the first Friday in December each year, is designed to equip nonprofit leaders with the best knowledge and tools available to address emerging challenges and opportunities in the nonprofit sector. Utilizing a blend of sound theory and practical tools, Nonprofit Day is developed with the nonprofit professional in mind. Agenda and details to follow - For more information or to register, please visit the Center's website at http://nonprofit.asu.edu.

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Grants to Support Academic and Developmental Achievement

Social Venture Partners Arizona, (SVPAZ), a Phoenix-based venture philanthropy fund, will be seeking grant applications from nonprofits or schools serving the metropolitan Phoenix area conducting programs, either school-based or independent, that enhance and support the academic and developmental achievement of children from birth through elementary school. Requests for $20,000 to $40,000 will be considered for specific projects, programs or general operating support. The grant cycle will be open for online applications only via the Arizona Community Foundation website (www.azfoundation.org) from October 1 through October 30, 2003, with 1-2 awards to be announced in February 2004.

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Funding Available for Services to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community

Each year The Arizona Community Foundation conducts a funding cycle specifically focused on services to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. The Request for Proposal will be posted on ACF's website www.azfoundation.org on September 29th. The proposal deadline is 5:00pm, Thursday, October 23, 2003. Only on-line proposals will be accepted. Funding decisions will be announced on or before December 15, 2003. For more information on the funding categories, eligibility, and application process, please be sure to review the attached Proposal Guidelines. If you have any questions, contact Suzanne Quigley, Program Officer at squigley@azfoundation.org or 602-381-1400 ext. 16.

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Funding Available for Arts Education Planning Grants

The Arizona Community Foundation is conducting a second round of arts education planning grants entitled Arts in the Community, Arts in the Schools. The 2003 Planning Grant Application will be posted on ACF's website www.azfoundation.org on September 29th. The proposal deadline is 5:00pm, Friday, October 24, 2003. Only on-line proposals will be accepted. Funding decisions will be announced on or before December 15, 2003. For more information on the funding categories, eligibility, and application process, please be sure to review the attached Proposal Guidelines. If you have any questions, contact Lynn Tuttle, Program Officer at ltuttle@azfoundation.org or (602) 381-1400.

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Hope Needs a Closet

Located in Flagstaff, Hope's Closet helps disadvantaged women with professional attire to return to the workplace. Our clients come to us from referrals by community and charitable organizations. All clothing is donated by our members and friends of Soroptimist and the client is able to select up to three outfits, including shoes and handbags. Access to our present location is ending and we are in urgent need of donated space. We are looking for a space of 300 sq. ft. on up -- perhaps a loft or back room of a business or organization. It does not have to be in a high-traffic part of town. Should you know of a potential location, please call Jill Babb at (928) 526-1731, or email the information to Dorris Hester Wood at Dorris@uneedspeed.net.

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Volunteer Coaches Needed

CLUB66 ALLSTARS Youth Basketball Organization is holding a meeting for all who would like to be a volunteer coach for a young men's youth organization. October 18, 2003 at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Mesa YMCA, 207 N. Mesa Dr. Refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Coach Rushing at Club66allstars@msn.com or call (480) 969-5298 or (480) 529-1907.

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Agencies sought to participate in a Special Day for Special Kids

Rawhide is currently seeking organizations throughout the Valley with a mission that focuses on serving mentally and/or physically challenged children to attend A Special Day for Special Kids from 11:30 am - 2:00 pm on Sunday, November 16, 2003. In its 15th year, this free event features a special rodeo and lunch party for immediate family and caregivers of the special needs children. Local event sponsors provide lunch and beverages for all children, family and caregivers. The National Charity League and Arizona Helping Hands will provide volunteer assistance. Rawhide does not provide medical assistance or transportation for this event. All participants must register in advance. Space may be limited. For information and registration materials on this event, interested organizations should contact Rawhide Event Manager Danelle Newton at (480) 505-2610.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona Appoints New CEO

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona (BBBSCA) welcomes new CEO Brian Hassett, beginning October 27, 2003. Hassett joins the organization after serving as president of the Arizona Heart Foundation, a Phoenix-based heart disease research and education organization. Prior to his work at the Arizona Heart Foundation, Hassett served almost 23 years with the United Way, serving as CEO of both the Valley of the Sun United Way and the United Way in Chicago, the largest local United Way in the world. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona exists to inspire, influence and encourage children to become confident, competent and caring individuals by matching them with volunteers who believe in them. For more information about becoming a Big Brother or Big Sister, please contact BBBSCA at 602-264-BIGS or visit their website at www.bbbsaz.org.

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Events

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NPower Arizona Brown Bag - Tech Security for Nonprofits
October 14

Nonprofits rely on computers, email and databases to do business. But increasingly, they need to be concerned with the security of this technology. NPower Arizona staff will offer tips and best practices to keep your systems and information protected against harm. 11:30 am - 1:00 pm at NPower Arizona, 1295 West Washington, Suite 104, Tempe, AZ 85281. These events are open and free to the community. Seating is limited, so please contact Beverly Tyson at (602) 343-6797 for details or to register. For more information about NPower Arizona and upcoming events, please visit their website at www.NPowerAZ.org.

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Fundraising Methods and Strategies (NMI 106)
October 16, 17 & 18

Successful fundraising involves preparation, enthusiasm and professionalism. Participants will explore effective and ethical methods of securing funds from corporations, foundations and individuals. Participants will also examine the potential of special events, planned giving, internet fundraising, individual solicitations, capital campaigns and much more, in determining the best strategies for reaching their organizational fundraising goals. Offered by the ASU Nonprofit Management Institute, this course may be taken alone or an elective toward the professional certificate in nonprofit management. The instructor is Bill Harrison, CFRE. 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (8:00 am - 12:00 pm on Saturday) at the ASU Downtown Center, 502 E Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Cost: $300 plus a $20 materials fee. The required text, "Fundraising: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly", will be provided the first day of class. For more information or to register, please visit our website at www.asu.edu/copp/nonprofit or contact us at (480) 965-1867 - nmi@asu.edu.

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Basic Volunteer Management Training
Overview of Volunteer Management - October 16
Recruiting, Placing, Orienting and Training Volunteers - November 19
Supervising Volunteers & Evaluating the Volunteer Program - December 17

Basic Volunteer Management trainings are designed to provide basic information about starting and/or managing a volunteer program. This year, the Volunteer Center has expanded basic volunteer management trainings to include an overview (similar to the "original" Basic Volunteer Management training) and more in-depth training around volunteer recruitment, placing volunteers, orienting and training volunteers, supervising volunteers and evaluating your volunteer program. All trainings are from 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. Each training session is $60 with discounts for Full and Affiliate Partners of the Volunteer Center as well as current AVACA members. A 10% discount will apply to those registering for the series of 3 trainings. There will only be a hour for lunch - participants can provide their own lunch or one will be available for an additional $7.50. The Basic Volunteer Management training will utilize the curriculum developed by the Points of Light Foundation. Contact Lenore Parker, Director of Program Services at (602) 263-9736 ext. 504 or lenore.parker@volunteerphoenix.org.

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Milk Carton Boat Derby and 5k Fun Walk at Tempe Town Lake
October 18

Please mark your calendars for Saturday, October 18th as Child Abuse Prevention Arizona will be hosting the inaugural Milk Carton Boat Derby and 5k Fun Walk at Tempe Town Lake. The event is free and open to the public. Over 30 milk carton boats will be competing as our competitors try not to sink into Tempe Town Lake! During the race your children can enjoy plenty of activities provided by various prevention organizations from throughout the Valley. There will be clowns, jumping castles, games and snacks including ICE CREAM! Come out and watch the fun and help us raise funds and awareness for child abuse prevention in Arizona. The festivities begin at 8am with the 5k Fun Walk – the Boat Races begin at 9:00 am. The cost for the walk is only $20. The first 1,000 participants will receive a walk t-shirt. For more information or to sign up, visit the website at www.milkcartonboatderby.com or call the CAPA office at (480) 635-8452.

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Strategic Planning: Charting Your Course for Success
October 20 or October 24

The first of seven segments included in the Nonprofit Enrichment Series, offered by the Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management. This three-hour seminar contains a video lecture presentation on the topic from a leading national expert and includes facilitated group discussion and exercises. Participants will understand the basic steps and major challenges in the process, and will acquire practical tools and techniques to help create a strategic plan and prepare for the process. Fee is $30 per person.

October 20, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm at the Flinn Foundation, Downtown Phoenix or October 24, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm at the Mesa United Way. Pre-registration and pre-payment required. For more information on the entire series, or to register, visit the Center’s website at http://nonprofit.asu.edu or call (480) 965-0607.

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Managing Volunteer Effectiveness (NMI 109)
October 23, 30 & November 6

Learn techniques in managing volunteers from recruitment through effective utilization within the nonprofit organization. Also examine creative recruitment, supervision, training, liabilities and budgeting for volunteer expenses and staff. Offered by the ASU Nonprofit Management Institute, this course may be taken alone or as an elective toward the professional certificate in nonprofit management. The instructors are Pam Betz, Judy Bottorf, and Jim Bottorf. 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm at the ASU Downtown Center, 502 E Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Cost: $300 plus a $20 materials fee. The required text is “From the Top Down” by Susan Ellis. For more information or to register, please visit our website at www.asu.edu/copp/nonprofit or contact us at (480) 965-1867 - nmi@asu.edu.

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NPower Arizona Brown Bag – HIPAA & Your Technology
November 4

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) mandates that organizations working with health information adhere to specific business practices that follow governmental regulations. NPower Arizona offers an overview of how these requirements impact technology decisions in agencies affected by this law. 11:30 am - 1:00 pm at NPower Arizona, 1295 West Washington, Suite 104, Tempe, AZ 85281. These events are open and free to the community. Seating is limited, so please contact Beverly Tyson at (602) 343-6797 for details or to register. For more information about NPower Arizona and upcoming events, please visit their website at www.NPowerAZ.org.

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LEAVE A LEGACY® Arizona offers FREE Orientation Workshop
November 6

Heard about LEAVE A LEGACY? Thought about joining? On Thursday, November 6th find out why more than 300 nonprofit organizations, statewide, have become partners. Join us at the Scottsdale Cultural Council, 7380 East 2nd Street, Scottsdale, 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Space is limited so register NOW! RSVP to the LEAVE A LEGACY office at (602) 275-2210.

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Advanced Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations (NMI 113)
November 7 & 8

Provides an in-depth study of budgeting and planning, tax issues, internal/external reporting requirements and technology for financial management. Offered by the ASU Nonprofit Management Institute, this course may be taken alone or as a required core course toward the professional certificate in nonprofit management. The instructors are Thomas Avery, Matthew Madonna and Rob Leslie. 8:00 am - 5:00 pm at the ASU Downtown Center, 502 E Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Cost: $300. The required text is “The Budget-Building Book for Nonprofits: A Step-by-Step Guide for Managers and Boards”. For more information or to register, please visit our website at www.asu.edu/copp/nonprofit or contact us at (480) 965-1867 - nmi@asu.edu.

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Phoenix Nonprofit Technology Conference
November 13

Want to learn more about planning and implementing a nonprofit's website, raising money online, and keeping your email communications on the right side of the law? Then plan to attend N-TEN's Phoenix Regional Conference on November 13th. It'll be a great opportunity to meet peers and build relationships, share resources and ideas, and learn more about what's happening in the field. Co-hosted by N-TEN and NPower Arizona, the conference will be held at the Tempe Campus of the University of Phoenix, 1150 West Grove Parkway, Tempe. The registration fee is $100 for N-TEN members and NPower Arizona clients, and $125 for all others. See www.nten.org/conferences-az to register, review the agenda and get all the logistical details.

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Diversity Strategies for the Nonprofit Organization (NMI 119)
November 18, 25 & December 2

Understand diversity as a critical business strategy that helps nonprofit organizations maximize their mission. Learn to identify layers of diversity within the organization. Explore one's comfort level working with others who are different than oneself and learn why this knowledge is critical. Review diversity initiatives of two nonprofit organizations and explore the possibilities for adapting the strategies within your own organization. Learn to identify and recognize stereotypes of colleagues and to develop an action plan to challenge those beliefs. Offered by the ASU Nonprofit Management Institute, this course may be taken alone or as a required core course toward the professional certificate in nonprofit management. The instructor is Alice Conner. 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm at the ASU Downtown Center, 502 E Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Cost: $150. For more information or to register, please visit our website at www.asu.edu/copp/nonprofit or contact us at (480) 965-1867 - nmi@asu.edu.

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ONE Luncheon Program - "Taking Care of The Money – Investing, Accounting & Banking"
November 19

As CEO of your non-profit, learn how to maximize strategies in all these areas. You owe it to yourself, your organization, your board and those you serve. Participate in this informative and educational panel presentation by:

  • Grace Lau, CFA, PacWest Financial Services
  • Carolyn Sechler, CPA specializing in Nonprofit Accounting
  • Lynn Bowers, Wells Fargo Nonprofit Banking Division

ONE luncheons are at the Phoenix Country Club, NE corner of 7th Street and Thomas Road. Check in at 11:30 am to 12 noon, Lunch and Program at 12 noon to 1:30 pm. ONE members $25; Nonmembers $40. Please register at the ONE website events section – www.oneaz.org.

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Job Opportunities

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*New Listing* - Vice President of Development - American Lung Association

The American Lung Association of Arizona/New Mexico is seeking a highly motivated, seasoned professional to serve as the Vice President of Development. This full-time exempt position reports directly to the President and CEO. The position is responsible for directing and coordinating all fundraising activities of the two-state organization. Primary responsibilities include the development and implementation of special events, corporate, foundation and individual solicitations, workplace giving, planned giving, and major gifts. The Vice President of Development will be responsible for working with fundraising staff in Tucson, AZ and Albuquerque, NM in successfully accomplishing established fundraising goals. In addition, the Vice President of Development will be directly responsible for the successful implementation and completion of special events and other fundraising activities in the Phoenix metropolitan area.

The American Lung Association of Arizona/New Mexico has served the two-state area since 1912 and currently operates with a staff of 16 and a budget of $2.8 million. Its mission is to prevent lung disease and promote lung health. The position of Vice President of Development was established to assist the association in diversifying its income base from direct mail into special events, planned giving, major gifts and other solicitations. Successful development of new income sources and attainment of mutually agreed upon financial goals will be the basis for an annual performance evaluation.

Candidates must have a bachelor's degree, five years of career-oriented fundraising experience, and a proven fundraising track record. Accreditation by the Association of Fundraising Professionals is a plus. This is a full-time position that will require some evening and weekend work, as well as travel. In keeping with the association's mission, candidates must be a non-smoker. The American Lung Association of Arizona/New Mexico is an equal opportunity employer. Individuals interested in applying for the position should send their confidential resume, e-mail address and compensation requirements to: Bill J. Pfeifer, President and CEO, American Lung Association of Arizona/New Mexico, 102 West McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85003 or by e-mail to bpfeifer@lungaz.org

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*New Listing* - Volunteer Manager - Volunteers for Hospice

Sun City Organization (103 Avenue and Grand) seeks outgoing team member to assist with volunteer management. The candidate will screen, recruit, train and supervise prospective hospice volunteers. Other duties include maintaining records, planning training programs and screening applicants. Previous volunteer experience a plus. Please send resume to Raoul Sada at rsada@qwest.net.

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*New Listing* - Executive Director - Desert Caballeros Western Museum

Desert Caballeros Western Museum, located 70 miles west of Phoenix, AZ seeks a professional with demonstrated management and fund-raising experience. DCWM's exhibits and programs focus on western art and regional history. Its collection of western art is superb. DCWM offers and active education program and exhibit schedule. The successful candidate will possess a track record in fund-raising, program development, and sound financial management and provide hands-on management of daily operations. Outstanding opportunity for seasoned professional or individual with record of increasing responsibility in a nonprofit organization, preferably a museum setting. Life in Wickenburg offers the amenities of a rural lifestyle and proximity of a dynamic southwest city. Visit www.westernmuseum.org. Resume, cover letter, and references to: Joel Hiller, 16 Pinnacle Road, Prescott, AZ 86305; or email to hiller@cableone.net.

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*New Listing* - Associate Director of Philanthropy - Nature Conservancy of Arizona

The Nature Conservancy of Arizona is seeking a major gifts officer or associate director of philanthropy, to implement its statewide major donor program. Under the direction of the director of philanthropy, the associate director of philanthropy will work closely with the Arizona philanthropy staff team, a dedicated group of trustees and key volunteers to build life-long relationships between individuals and The Nature Conservancy. Successful candidate will have a bachelor's degree, 5-7 years related work experience, and a proven track record raising major annual and planned gifts. Location- Phoenix. Prospect assignments throughout Central and Northern Arizona. Frequent travel required.

Resumes to The Nature Conservancy of AZ, c/o Susan Waschler, CFRE, Director of Philanthropy, 333 E. Virginia Ave., Suite #216, Phoenix, AZ 85004 or email to swaschler@tnc.org. TNC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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*New Listing* - Executive Director - The Phoenix Boys Choir

The Phoenix Boys Choir is seeking qualified persons for the position of Executive Director. This position, reporting to the Board of Trustees, is the chief executive for the organization and works in close collaboration with the choir's Artistic Director. The Grammy Award winning choir has four boy choirs and one adult male choir composed of boy choir alumni. The position requires a person comfortable working in a collaborative environment with demonstrated experience and skills in nonprofit business management, community and public relations, and strong interpersonal capabilities. Reporting to the Executive Director are the functions of development, audience development, finance and operations. Salary and benefits will be commensurate with experience and skills.

The choir is one of America's premier boy choirs presenting concerts and educational programs through Arizona and touring both within the United States and internationally. Additional information about the choir can be found on its website www.boyschoir.org. Referrals of qualified persons are also welcome. Submit resume and a letter expressing interest as well as at least three professional references to the consulting firm engaged for this assignment: MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS FOR THE ARTS, Len Alexander, 132 East Putnam Avenue, Cos Cob, CT 06807. For more information call (203) 661-3003 or e-mail: mca301@aol.com.

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*New Listing* - Office Manager - Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk

Greater Phoenix Youth at Risk, a small, dynamic, growing organization that does goal-oriented individual and community mentoring programs for teenagers, is seeking a highly skilled Office Manager (part-time, may lead to full-time). Bring your enthusiasm, organizational and computer skills to an agency that is training youth to become unstoppable! Spanish speaking a plus. Open until filled. Send resumes to pyar@qwest.net.

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*New Listing* - Bilingual Match Support Specialist - Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks a full-time bilingual match support specialist to serve the West Valley. This position is responsible for supporting mentor/mentee matches through phone calls, emails, and in-person contacts. In-person contacts often come in the form of events planned by the match support specialist, so creativity in small event planning is a plus. Excellent problem-solving and communication skills are essential. MS Office skills are required. Candidate must be able to speak fluently in English and Spanish. Bachelor's degree in relevant field or commensurate experience is required. Salary range is $25,254 - $33,137, DOE. Send cover letter and resume to A. Lively, BBBS, 1010 E. McDowell #400, Phoenix, AZ 85006 or email alively@bbbsaz.org.

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*New Listing* - Accountant - Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, Inc.

Responsible for the preparation and maintenance of accurate and timely financial information and records for the Council. In collaboration with the Human Resources Department, manage and prepare the Council's regular bimonthly payroll and seasonal staff payroll during the summer resident/day camp season. Regular, full-time, non-exempt. For more information, please contact Kristina Campbell at (602) 253-6359 (ext 1282). For a complete position description or to download an application, please visit the website at www.girlscoutsaz.org.

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Data Input Processor- Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, Inc.

Input, edit and/or maintain a variety of registration information related to general girl membership, program events/activities, adult training sessions, summer camp participants, etc. Provide support and/or assistance to program department, adult training and/or field service (as directed). Position may also furnish backup (on occasion) for other registration functions of the Council. Regular, full-time, non-exempt. For more information, please contact Kristina Campbell at (602) 253-6359 (ext 1282). For a complete position description or to download an application, please visit the website at www.girlscoutsaz.org.

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Membership Program Aide- Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, Inc.

Assists assigned Area Team responsible for the development, extension, and maintenance of girl and adult Girl Scout membership in a specific geographic area. Conducts program activities for girls. Two positions available - temporary, part-time, non-exempt. For more information, please contact Kristina Campbell at (602) 253-6359 (ext 1282). For a complete position description or to download an application, please visit the website at www.girlscoutsaz.org.

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Member Services Executive - Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, Inc.

Responsible for development, extension and maintenance of girl and adult membership within a specific geographic area (Central Valley). Position also supports training, program and fund development activities in order to meet Council and team goals. This is a regular, full-time, exempt position. For more information, please contact Kristina Campbell at (602) 253-6359 (ext 1282). For a complete position description or to download an application, please visit the website at www.girlscoutsaz.org.

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