News Roundup - May 2018

News Roundup - May 2018

Each month, we round up all of our favorite news content and share it with you. This handpicked collection is meant to inspire new ideas, spark meaningful discourse, and keep you up-to-date on the latest trends and issues happening in the social sector. Enjoy!


The Nonprofit Sector is the Third Largest Employer in America, Fast Company - The nonprofit sector trails right behind the retail and manufacturing sector in terms of employment. What's interesting is that these nonprofit jobs aren't primarily by funded by philanthropists...check it out! 


The Poor People's Campaign Seeks To Complete Martin Luther King's Final Dream, NPR - There's a new organizing group looking to revive the issues raised during the original 1968 Poor People's Campaign. Referred to as 40 days of nonviolent direct action, check out what organizers are planning to address in the New Poor People's Campaign. 


Episode: Young Nonprofit Professionals Network, Red Shield Radio, Scarlett Andrews Martin, Emily Krauser, and Megan Stevens of YNPN Indy stop by the Red Shield studio to explore ways in which young professionals can bring their energy and new ideas to nonprofits in central Indiana and across the nation.

Best Nonprofit Software of 2018 , TechRadar - In need of a tech upgrade? Deepen your organization's impact with these five software programs designed exclusively for nonprofits.


Quiet Leadership is Still Leadership (and matters more than you think), Fast Company - Here is an interesting article about the vast nuances of leadership in all it's forms: including the quiet ones.


How Adaptive Strategy is Adapting, Stanford Social Innovation Review - In a follow-up to their critically-acclaimed piece on the death of strategic plans, SSIR is back with a new article that discuss the importance of incorporating adaptability in your work.

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