Nonprofit Roundup: November 2017

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The American Mountain Guides Association in Boulder, Colorado, is hiring a full-time membership and communications manager. The responsibilities of this position include the management and success of AMGA’s membership program, providing exceptional member benefits and support, managing member and public communications with a focus on social media, administering scholarship and professional purchase programs, managing the purchase and sale of AMGA merchandise, and supporting events. View the job posting for full details and application information.

The Dairy Arts Center recently celebrated Día de los Muertos with an action-packed evening of live performances, art exhibitions, face painting, Latin American music, and a "People's Choice" voting contest for altars and Catrina costumes. In collaboration with El Centro Amistad, a Boulder County nonprofit serving the Latino community, the Dairy Arts Center succeeded in putting on a truly memorable event!

The National Association for Interpretation is gearing up for their annual National Conference on November 14-18 in Spokane. Hundreds of professionals in the field of heritage interpretation will meet to exchange knowledge, inspiration, and solutions to the challenges faced by interpretive sites across the country. From park rangers to museum docents, NAI encourages networking, training, and collaboration among interpretive professionals from its national headquarters in Fort Collins, Colorado.


Did you miss National Love Your Lawyer Day on November 3rd? The Michigan Association for Justice works hard to support attorneys in their efforts to ensure that any person who is injured by the misconduct or negligence of others can obtain justice in Michigan’s courtrooms, even when taking on the most powerful interests. By providing attorneys with continuing legal education and offering resources to the public, MAJ treats every day like Love Your Lawyer Day!

The Jewish Federation of Greater Ann Arbor recently hosted an evening of entertainment, story-telling and tzedakah with their 17th Annual Main Event in Ann Arbor. Featuring comedian and writer Joel Chasnoff and two-time Chopped winner, Israeli chef Einat Admony, this event successfully raised funds for the Federation's 2018 Annual Campaign.