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Thank you for visiting Barr’s website and for your interest in job opportunities at the Foundation. While we may not have any openings at this time—or any that are a match for your particular skills and interests—here are a number of active job boards and online resources focused on philanthropy and nonprofits:
Associated Grant Makers (AGM) lists job openings at its Massachusetts-area members and at other organizations in the philanthropic and nonprofit community.
CHANGE Philanthropy lists job opportunities from its identity-focused philanthropic affinity group members and other organizations in the philanthropic and nonprofit community working to advance equity.
Commongood Careers is a mission-driven search firm committed to social impact and to providing high-impact recruitment to high-impact organizations.
The Communications Network lists communications-focused openings at foundations, corporate grantmaking programs, nonprofit organizations, and firms that consult to such organizations.
Foundation Center’s Philanthropy News Digest provides listings of job openings at tax-exempt organizations, including corporate grantmakers, educational institutions, nonprofits, foundations, and grantmaking public charities in the U.S.
Grantmakers for Education hosts a job board where its membership of nearly 300 organizations and 1,400 individuals in education philanthropy can post opportunities.
Hire Culture The Mass Cultural Council created Hire Culture, a free, searchable database of cultural employment opportunities throughout Massachusetts for jobseekers and nonprofit organizations.
Idealist “connects idealists with opportunities for action and collaboration” through jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and more.
Inside Philanthropy aggregates job openings in philanthropy from SimplyHired and from paid postings.
TSNE MissionWorks publishes diverse job opportunities from its membership of nonprofit organizations throughout New England and across North America.
We hope these resources prove useful in your search. And this is not a static list—we welcome suggestions for improving it via the comments section below or by sending an email to email@example.com.