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Arizona Nonprofit Community Report
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Arizona State University College of Public Programs

November 22, 2004

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What's New

Nonprofit Day - Last Chance to Register!
December 2 & 3

W.K. Kellogg Tools Fair & Reception - FREE
Please join us on Thursday afternoon, December 2, for an informal opportunity to network and share ideas with some of the country's leading nonprofit capacity building resources. The W.K. Kellogg Tools Cluster is a group of national technical assistance organizations that the Foundation has brought together to advance the field of nonprofit practice. During the reception, you will have an opportunity to learn more about each of these organizations and the valuable resources they bring to our nonprofit sector. You'll also walk away with a few new tools in your "tool chest."

The Kellogg Tools Fair & Reception will feature organizations like VolunteerMatch, NPower, The National Center on Nonprofit Enterprise, Groundspring, GlobalGiving, and GuideStar.

Thursday Evening (December 2) - Dinner Event & Conversation on Diversity
Juan Johnson, President of the Diversity Leadership Academy, will discuss "Leveraging Diversity as a Strategic Asset". Johnson's remarks will present a new perspective on not just managing diversity, but embracing diversity as a valuable organizational asset. Following his remarks, a local panel will explore recruiting, engaging and maintaining diverse board leadership.

Panelists include Marvin Perry of the Black Board of Directors Project, Dave Chandler of the Volunteer Center of Tucson Youth Boardsmanship Institute and Joseph Ortiz of The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

Registration Deadline is Friday, November 26. All portions of the two-day event are open to the public. Register for one session or all, you choose. Updated program information including workshop descriptions and speaker bios is now available at our website.

Click here for detailed program information including Agenda and Registration.

Nonprofit Day is being sponsored by The W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Qwest

Nonprofit Management Institute Announces New Course

Effective Technology Management for Innovative Nonprofits (NMI 114)
December 7, 9, 14 & 16

Effective nonprofits, whether small or large, can and should use technology as a strategic asset in serving their missions. Limited time and money, staff comfort levels and day-to-day work demands often make strategic use of technology difficult. This non-technical course is designed to teach managers about the basic functions that technology can play in their organizations and will help them to consider realistic ways of making technology work for both their organizations and the communities they serve.

Offered by the ASU Nonprofit Management Institute, and presented in partnership with NPower Arizona, this course may be taken alone or as a required core course toward the professional certificate in nonprofit management. The instructor is Patrick McWhortor. 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the ASU Downtown Center, 502 E Monroe Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004. Cost: $250. For more information or to register, please visit our website at or contact us at (480) 965-1867 -


Nonprofit Community Holiday Party
December 15

Please join The Organization for Nonprofit Executives and The Center for Nonprofit Leadership and management for the Nonprofit Community Holiday Party. Meet old friends and Mix & Mingle. There will be a cash bar and great appetizers. This is also a great place to make new acquaintances. The party will be at Portland's Restaurant & Wine Bar, located at 105 W Portland Street in Phoenix. The party will begin at 4:30pm and end at 6:30 pm.

There is free garage parking west of the restaurant. The event is FREE but space is limited to max at 125, so register ASAP. To register please click here.




Association of Fundraising Professionals Offers Discounted Membership

In honor of National Philanthropy Day, AFP will be offering a national $25 discount to new members joining the active new member category. Deadline for applications is November 30, 2004. If there are any questions, please email Erika Weitzel at


Nonprofit Resource Center of Northern Arizona – Holiday Volunteers

The holidays are approaching and some Northern Arizona nonprofits may have a need for volunteers. If you do, one way to connect with volunteers is to register on VolunteerMatch (it is free at the Resource Center's website) so your opportunities will come up when volunteers search the site. If your opportunity is listed, volunteers will be informed of it.

If you'd like to register with VolunteerMatch, please contact Christina at (928) 527-7926, or visit and click on "VolunteerMatch"; on the homepage and follow the instructions. If there are any questions please call (928) 527-7926 or email


The Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership & Management
Announces Spring Classes

The Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership and Management, is a post baccalaureate certification that strives to give students an understanding of the nonprofit sector's role as steward of the public good. It provides the skills necessary for effective leadership and management of nonprofit organizations. The program is strengthened because of the variety of disciplines that contribute to its success.

Click here to learn more about the Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership & Management.


Social Venture Partners Seeks Grant Applications

Social Venture Partners Arizona, (SVP Arizona), a Phoenix-based venture philanthropy fund, will be seeking grant applications from qualified nonprofits or schools serving the metropolitan Phoenix area in support of programs that improve the academic achievement of children in grades K-8 by increasing the involvement of parents in their children's school and/or education. Requests for $25,000 to $30,000 will be considered for specific projects, programs or general operating support. The grant cycle will be open for online applications from November 1 through November 30, 2004, with one grant award to be announced in February 2005. Guidelines and more information can be found online at


Youth Service America - DisneyHand Minnie Grants Are Available

Disney and Youth Service America have formed a partnership again to offer "DisneyHand Minnie Grants" for youth of all ages to get involved in service in their communities. Grants of $500 each are available to engage young people between the ages of 5 and 14 to plan and carry out service projects for National and Global Youth Service Day 2005. Projects that involve children and youth working with adults like parents, coaches, teachers, youth leaders etc. are encouraged. Deadline is December 20, 2004. For more information, visit:


Arts & Business Council of Greater Phoenix presents Business on Board

Business on Board is a new dynamic program designed to help create, build and sustain strong, effective boards for nonprofit arts and social service organizations. Since a Non-Profit is only as good as its Board, this innovative and comprehensive development and placement program is designed to identify, recruit, train and place a diverse pool of talented professionals as board members of arts and social service organizations. The Business on Board Program will start in January. If you are interested, know individuals who might be interested, or need to train your board members, please contact Debbie Paine at


Artists Helping Children – Volunteers Needed

Artists Helping Children is a non-profit charity dedicated to bringing comfort to children in hospitals, clinics, and shelters by brightening their environment with murals and other art. We are looking to fill several volunteer positions. Below are the most needed positions.

1. Sketchers - We need people who are creative and can sketch pictures that will be transferred to transparencies. These will then be traced on a 5'x8' canvas.
2. Tracers - These people will be using an overhear projector to transfer the sketches onto the canvases.
3. Artists - These people will be painting these canvases
4. Muralists - These people will be painting those organizations that want a mural drawn on their premises and not just on the canvas.
5. Fund-raisers - We need people to work on a scratch card fund raiser we have. It is a very simple fund raiser that helps us cover costs of supplies and shipping.
6. Clerical Work/Other - These people will be finding non profit organizations that deal with children who want a mural as well as finding organizations such as yourself who are willing to paint canvases to donate.

Please contact Cindy at 480-888-7709 or




Just Grants! Arizona - Capacity Building Grants Workshop (Flagstaff)
November 30

One of the most exciting developments in grantsmanship in recent years is the new interest among many funders in making "capacity-building" grants -- to help nonprofits strengthen themselves from the inside out. In this workshop we'll explore what "capacity-building" really means to you and to grant makers. We'll also explore how do proposals to support capacity-building differ from funding requests for programs and services and what you need to know before approaching a funder with a capacity-building proposal.

Cost is $70 ($55 before Nov. 16) and event will begin at 1pm and end at 4pm. Please visit for more information. If there are any questions please contact Sally Clifford, JGA Training Coordinator, at or call (602) 631-9588.


N-Ten & NPower Arizona – Regional Conference: From Reactive to Proactive
November 30

This one day event features an informative and fun array of sessions, including:
- Total Value of Ownership: Helping decision-makers understand technology
- Cast Your NET to Catch More Fish: Effective Internet strategy for your nonprofit
- 15,000 in FREE Fund Development Marketing Money!: Using email in an age where
people don’t want any more email.
- Building the eNonprofit: Raising money online

This event is a great opportunity for anyone with an interest in helping nonprofits use technology to learn from experts in the field, meet their peers, and share information and resources.

The agenda addresses common issues faced by nonprofit leaders and IT staff, Circuit Riders and other technology support providers, for-profit vendors, funders, and policymakers. Topics on the conference agenda span a broad range of technology expertise. Discounted registration and scholarships are available.

To learn more, go to:


Leave A Legacy
November 30

Leave a Legacy Arizona’s mission is to encourage people to put nonprofits in their wills or estate planning in order to provide support on into the future. This type of planning increases support for the important work of the nonprofit sector.

How could this funding source impact your Nonprofit?

Come find out at this free information session. Learn how the state of philanthropy in Arizona affects gifts and funding of nonprofits. Alan Knobloch of the Balsar Group will present an important update on where Leave a Legacy has come from, where it is at now and where the future is headed. Along with the Arizona Community Foundation, Leave-A-Legacy has just completed a survey of the “state of philanthropy” here in Arizona. You will absolutely want to hear this. Alan will share the results and specifically how the Leave a Legacy effort has affected the planned giving field in Arizona. Don’t miss this exciting information!

Event will be held at the Coconino Center for the Arts from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
To RSVP, please call (928) 527-7926 or email to reserve your space.

Alan Knobloch, Balser Group
Alan is a long time member of the Planned Giving Round Table of Arizona and has served as the president of the group. Alan recently returned to the Valley after spending time in San Diego as the head of planned giving for a large sporting association.


Just Grants! Arizona - The Grantsmanship Game
December 1 - 2 - Phoenix

This two-day workshop on becoming a successful grantseeking organization in an era of change! For beginners and veterans alike, this workshop offers an intensive, hands-on, skill-building approach to corporate and foundation grantsmanship. You'll learn how to build a solid, fundable grant proposal from the inside out and from the bottom up. You'll work withS planning tools and worksheets to make your proposals clear, concise, complete, coherent and compelling. And you'll learn how to organize the details of your work in a way guaranteed to take you to the next level of grantseeking success -- no matter where you're starting out. Event will be 9am - 4:30pm both days.

Registration is $185. Please visit for more information. If there are any questions please contact Sally Clifford, JGA Training Coordinator, at or call (602) 631-9588.


Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona – Supervising Volunteers
December 3

This workshop will focus on defining and communicating expectations, supervising and recognizing people with different motivations and developing a recognition plan. To RSVP, Email with name, organization and phone number no later than November 10, 2004 or call Maritza at (520) 881-3300, ext. 100.


Just Grants! Arizona - Winning Federal Dollars Workshop
December 6 - Tucson

Federal grantsmanship: It's a challenging, often perplexing funding arena -- but one with the potential of tremendous reward as well. Designed for novices and experienced grantseekers alike, this workshop will give you the tools, techniques and confidence you need to make your way successfully through today's changing federal-grants environment. This workshop will begin at 9 am and end at 4 pm. There is a $100 Registration fee. Please visit for more information. If there are any questions please contact Sally Clifford, JGA Training Coordinator, at or call (602) 631-9588.


Healthcare Coverage Options for Small Businesses & Sole Proprietors
December 8

Paradise Valley Community College is hosting the non-credit program “Healthcare Coverage Options for Small Businesses and Sole Proprietors” on December 8, 2004. The seminar will focus on ways small business owners and sole proprietors can obtain quality health benefits at affordable prices for their business and their employees. Representatives from government-sponsored, commercial and community programs will provide participants with an overview of available programs, some of which can be offered at no cost to the employer. Cost for the program is $10.

For more information or to register, call PVCC Continuing Education at (602) 787-6800 or visit them on line at Paradise Valley Community College is located at 18401 N. 32nd Street (at the corner of 32nd Street and Union Hills Drive) in Phoenix.

Arizona Society of CPAs – ASCPA Not-for-Profit Seminar
December 9

The following topics will be covered in this seminar: Update on the most recent HUD multi-family program accounting, audit and electronic submission requirements. Guidance in how to implement changes to HUD reporting requirements and so much more. To register please visit:


Local Demographic Analysis Workshop - Virtual Campus
December 10

The Local Demographic Analysis Workshop will teach you to extract, query, download, analyze, and map Census demographic data for any community. Such data can provide grant writers, social researchers and community planners with powerful tools for analyzing community changes. In this unique, hands-on workshop participants will focus on using 2000/1990 Census of Population and Housing data, for small area, regional and national analysis.

This workshop also provides an overview of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) which includes a discussion of GIS trends and common uses, where to easily obtain mapping files, a demonstration of the map browser ArcExplorer (included with your materials), hands on practice making basic maps online and suggestions for making effective maps. See a detailed description. Materials include: A comprehensive workbook that includes the workshop presentation, exercises, reference materials and a valuable Demographic Data Resource CD. This CD includes useful GIS tools such as ArcExplorer and several shapefiles for all communities in the United States. Materials also include a 60 day trial version of ArcView 8.3, a leading GIS software. Also included is the 2003 US Statistical Abstract which includes an extensive selection of statistics for the United States, with selected data for states, metropolitan areas and cities.

*Virtual Campus: This workshop is an interactive teleconference and online presentation. It is identical in content to our non-virtual version. Students will participate in a teleconference listening to the instructor, asking questions and following along with an online presentation and American Factfinder demonstration.

Class Fee is $199 (check, credit card and purchase orders accepted.). Class time is 9:00 am - 2:00 pm (Pacific Standard Time) This workshop is also offered in all major metropolitan cities. Visit or call us toll free at 877.241.6576 for more info.


NPower Arizona - Creating Effective Charts
December 14

If a picture says a thousand words, let's make it the right picture! In Creating Effective Charts you will learn how to pick the best charts for your graphing needs and make them highly effective and easy-to-understand. These techniques can be applied in any graphing situation.

Join NPower Arizona as they present the Tech Tuesday Brown Bag Series Seminar. Go to for more information and to register. Brown Bag will begin at 11:30am and end at 1pm.


Job Opportunities


*New Listing* Preschool Director

Preschool Director wanted. Position requires BA or Masters in Early Childhood Education and Development, 3 years teaching experience, strong management skills including administration, finance, HR & communications. This Director works closely with teachers, children, parents & Board Of Directors. Compensation is $40k + benefits. Mail resume to Director Search Committee, 5025 N. Central PMB #461, Phoenix, AZ 85012 or by 1/21/05.


*New Listing* Vallely of the Sun YMCA – Multiple Listings

For all positions, please forward your resume and cover letter to Laura Taylor at

Accounting Supervisor

Under the direction of the Senior Accountant, the Accounting Supervisor supervises the general accounting function including accounts payable and payroll. Works with branch business managers and execs within 18 locations. Requires Bachelor’s degree in Accounting plus 5 to 8 years computerized accounting and supervisory experience. Requires expertise in Microsoft Office. Experience in Great Plains required. Nonprofit background a plus but not required. Location is Metro Phoenix YMCA at 350 N. 1st Avenue, Phoenix. Hiring Range is $41,942 - $44,563.

Healthy Lifestyles Director

Works directly with the Senior Program Director to supervise all Adult Wellness and Fitness programs. Works closely with health care professionals, staff, and volunteers to partner and collaborate program offerings to the YMCA members and community. Leads the team of group exercise and Healthy Lifestyles staff teams to serve & lead the members in Healthy Lifestyle Programs. Hiring range is $27,598 - $34,498. The location is Chandler/Gilbert Family YMCA

Volunteer Director

This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is highly motivated and seeking career advancement. Potential to grow with the development of programs and a facility. Responsible for the recruitment of volunteers for all new programs as well as current programs in the areas of child care, enrichment, youth sports, day camps, family programs and adult/youth health and fitness programs.

The Program Director is responsible for the following areas: marketing programs; financial development with the annual campaign; fiscal management; volunteer management; program administration; volunteer development to support programs; and recruiting, supervising and retaining of all volunteers. Reports to the Executive Director of the Copper Basin YMCA. The hiring range for this position is $27,598 – $34,498.


Full-Time Evaluator – Pima Prevention Partnership

Pima Prevention Partnership, a premiere non-profit community development organization, is seeking an experienced individual to conduct program evaluations in public health, criminal justice and human services. Successful applicant will work in the center of a dynamic and challenging environment in downtown Tucson helping to create a healthier and safer community. The Evaluator would design and implement program evaluations for agency clients; this includes creating evaluation designs; researching and developing measurement instruments; developing data collection systems and timelines; providing data management; conducting data analysis; preparing reports, articles and presentations. The Evaluator also provides training and technical assistance in areas of planning and evaluation to agency clients. This includes writing funding proposals on behalf of agency, Presenting on research topics at meetings and conferences, as well as in newsletters and peer-reviewed journals.

A Ph.D. or Master’s degree in social sciences or public health is preferred. Candidates should have significant experience designing and implementing program evaluations, familiarity with qualitative and quantitative research design and analysis, and proficiency in Excel, Word, and SPSS or equivalent. Candidates should also have excellent project management skills and the ability to work in a collaborative multi-disciplinary environment with diverse cultures . Excellent report writing and oral presentation skills are necessary and Spanish fluency is a plus. Salary is starting $32,000-$42,000, DOE.

No phone calls please. Send resume and cover letter to:
Pima Prevention Partnership, Attn: Evaluator
330 North Commerce Park Loop #160, Tucson, Arizona 85745
Information can be faxed to (520) 791-2202 or emailed to


Development Director - Teen Lifeline

Teen Lifeline seeks an experienced, energetic Development Director to help the organization reach its fundraising potential. Under direct supervision of the Executive Director, serves as primary fundraiser for Teen Lifeline. Positions Teen Lifeline with existing and prospective donors; and develops, implements, evaluates, and refines planned giving, major gift, and annual giving programs. Provides leadership and coordination in soliciting, cultivation, and stewardship of donors for the component, and gift planning. This is a 30 hour a week position with benefits and the opportunity to develop into full time. Bachelor's degree with 5 years experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Please fax cover letters and resumes to Dana Granger at (602) 266-1958 or email to For further information on Teen Lifeline please visit our website at


Management Assistant - Tempe Community Action Agency

Working under the agency’s management team to perform a variety of professional duties in a non-profit office environment. Duties will include program evaluation, event planning, and financial reporting. The candidate must have excellent time management skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks. Duties include: providing support to the Executive Director, staffing coalition meetings, maintain donor database, compile program reports and applications for funding, coordinate special events, and assisting financial analyst. Individual must have a Bachelor’s degree in related field, computer skills (Excel, Access and QuickBooks highly desirable), and effective written and verbal communication skills. Please mail resume and cover letter to Beth Fiorenza, Executive Director, TCAA, 2150 E. Orange St., Tempe, AZ 85281.


Project Coordinator – The Alliance for Companion Animals

The Alliance for Companion Animals seeks a full-time Project Coordinator to manage the Alliance’s daily office operations and serve as a key liaison for partner organizations participating in two grant projects involving animal adoptions and low-cost spay/neuter services. Responsibilities will include maintaining grant project records and data; budget tracking; submitting accurate and timely grant reports; and serving as an information resource for animal welfare organizations, veterinary service providers, and the public.

The position requires outstanding written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, flexibility, the ability to develop good working relationships with partners and volunteers, and the ability to effectively manage multiple priorities. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel required. A combination of relevant education and experience essential; Bachelor’s degree preferred. Familiarity with animal welfare issues strongly preferred. Bilingual (Spanish) communication skills (oral and written) a plus. For more information about the Alliance for Companion Animals and the Maddie’s Fund grant projects, visit Submit resume and cover letter via email to:


Executive Assistant – American Red Cross

American Red Cross seeks an Executive Assistant for confidential, administrative support to the CEO, COO, Board of Directors and Board Committees. The successful candidate will have an Associates in Business Administration or equivalent; two year secretarial program certification; minimum five years executive administrative experience; advanced knowledge of Microsoft programs; exceptional verbal, writing, proofreading and organizational skills. FT with excellent benefits. The salary for this position is $30,600 - $38,400 per annum depending on experience. Open until filled.

Please submit your resume with cover letter to:
American Red Cross
Attn: Human Resources
6135 N. Black Canyon Highway
Phoenix, Arizona 85015


Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona - Multiple Positions

Fundraising Events Coordinator

This position is responsible for assisting in the coordination of any fundraising event for our agency. Tasks include but are not limited to coordinating our annual bowling event, coordinating golf tournaments and any promotional events, communicating with vendors and adhering to a budget, and organizing any materials needed for events. This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate interested in doing a variety of tasks and interacting with the friends and donors of Big Brothers Big Sisters. The candidate must be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing and be highly organized. A bilingual candidate is highly desirable. This is an exempt position, generally Monday - Friday, but some flexibility is needed for occasional evening or weekend events. Fluency in Spanish and English is preferred, but not required; proficiency in MS Office; at least 2 years of professional experience in events or similar field; bachelor's degree or professional experience equal to a four-year degree is required. Send resume with cover letter to Amy Lively, 1010 E McDowell #400, Phoenix, AZ 85006; email . No faxes please. Position is open until filled.

Community Relations Coordinator

This position is responsible for accepting volunteer inquiries via telephone, e-mail, and in person and scheduling volunteers for interviews. This position requires excellent customer service skills as the community relations coordinator is often the first point of contact for a potential volunteer. The candidate must be able to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. A bilingual candidate is highly desirable. This is a non-exempt position with a work schedule of late morning through early evening, Monday - Friday. Fluency in Spanish and English is preferred, but not required; proficiency in MS Office; at least 2 years of professional experience in customer service, sales, or similar field; bachelor's degree or professional experience equal to a four-year degree is required. Send resume with cover letter to Amy Lively, 1010 E McDowell #400, Phoenix, AZ 85006; email . No faxes please. Position is open until filled. The salary range for both positions is $25,000 - $33,137. The hiring range is $25,000 - $29,000, depending on experience. Benefits include health, dental, and life insurance and a generous 403(b) retirement plan.


Multiple Positions – Arizona Women’s Education & Employment (AWEE)

Case Manager
This position would recruit, develop & prepare participant service strategies, maintain files, report monthly. Bachelor’s Degree & 2 yrs. experience with WIA/JTPA youth, female ex-offenders, or other populations required. Bilingual Spanish preferred.

Special Projects Coordinator
This position assists with grant/contract compliance, implementation and relationships; develops & implements course of action to achieve program req. Provides public presentation. Human services or business related degree & 2 yrs. relevant exp. WIA/JTPA experience required. Bilingual Spanish preferred.

Please include in your cover letter which position you are interested in, Case Managers or Special Projects Coordinator. Fax resume: Kathie Rudolph (602) 223-4338


Citizen Action AmeriCorps - Make A Difference

The Make A Difference Citizen Action AmeriCorps program places corps members in the natural role of leader in the community to address such issue areas as education, hunger, environment, community leadership and more. AmeriCorps members dedicate a year of their lives to building a better future for the people in the communities they serve. Make A Difference is offering a unique opportunity for individuals to gain nonprofit and career experience by becoming a part of this program.

There is a total of 20 positions available. These are full-time, 10-12 month positions, beginning in January 2005. AmeriCorps members complete a minimum of 1700 hours of service to the community during their term, in exchange for a living stipend, educational award, and other benefits. Visit for more details, and for instructions on how to apply for these positions.


Multiple Positions – Chrysalis

Transitional Housing Program Manager
Chrysalis currently has an opening for a full-time Transitional Housing Program Manager within our Transitional Housing Program. Qualified applicants will have a Masters degree in counseling or related field; certified or eligible for certification (at least at the Associate level), experience and/or knowledge of domestic violence, experience with individual and group counseling. Applicants should also have the ability to maintain working relationships with supervisor, associates, clients, and community agencies as well as manage Transition budgets. This position also provides direct supervision of Transition Coordinator.

This position requires a person who can provide crisis phone counseling, screening, assessments and referrals. Experience in providing intake assessments, and facilitating both individual and group counseling sessions is essential. The ideal candidate must be able to develop treatment/service plans and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. This position reports directly to Director of Outpatient Services. If you are interested in applying for this position and becoming part of the Chrysalis Transition Team, please fax your cover letter and resume to Shirley @ 602-955-0165 or email the same to Chrysalis is an EEOC.

Executive Assistant
Chrysalis has been serving victims of domestic abuse through shelter, support and education programs since 1982. At Chrysalis, women, men and children are given guidance and assistance within a safe environment to initiate positive changes and break away from the cycle of verbal, physical, emotional and sexual abuse.

Chrysalis is currently searching for an experienced Executive Assistant to the Executive Director. The ideal candidate will have five years of related experience, effective verbal and written communication skills as well as proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, ACCESS, Adobe PageMaker and Publisher. Experience with scheduling software helpful. You must have the ability to work in a high pressure, limited resource environment. Two years of supervisory experience required. Candidate must be well organized and able to prioritize duties. Public speaking and presentation experience is desired. If you would like to be a part of the Chrysalis administrative team please e-mail or fax a cover letter and resume to Donna Foote at / 602-955-0165. Chrysalis is an EEOE


Administrative Assistant - Arizona Broadcasters Association

Resumes are now being accepted for the full-time position of Administrative Assistant for the Arizona Broadcasters Association, a trade association for all radio & television stations in Arizona. Please email resume to or call (602)252 - 4833 for more information.


Secretary - The Boys & Girls Club of the East Valley - Grant Woods Branch - Mesa

A candidate for this position must have the ability to greet members and guests, answer phones and record messages, keep accurate membership data on the computer, type correspondence and reports as needed and organize the front office area. In addition, this person must be a team player, be organized, personable, and self-motivated. The salary range depends on experience. Benefits included. Interested candidates need to submit cover letter, resume, and references to Matt Duran at the Grant Woods Branch-Mesa at 480/844-0963 or fax 480/844-0255. Information may also be sent via email to


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