Graduate Employment Information
Nonprofit Leadership is a new WITC program. No graduate employment information is currently available.
Typical positions available after graduation include:
Volunteer Coordinators analyze the mission of a nonprofit to find ways for volunteers to help. They ask the paid staff to describe the work that needs to be done and then write specific job descriptions for volunteers to fill. Next, they search for a willing workforce. They contact local schools, churches, community groups and businesses, making phone calls and presentations. They find a way to fit volunteers' hopes and schedules with the needs of the organization.
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Marketing and Communication coordinators produce and/or coordinate messaging for web, print and other marketing material. Depending on the size of the company, their responsibilities may also include a PR or media relations role, or other marketing and advertising related duties.
Additional Opportunities Include:
- Programming Coordinator
- Director of Programs
After you complete your Nonprofit Leadership associate degree, you can transfer to another college to continue your education and earn your bachelor's degree and beyond.