New Website for young nonprofit leaders:

Posted by on January 23, 2011

Launch of new bimonthly online journal focused on young adults in the nonprofit sector

A new website has been launched by a group of millennials driven to create a more vibrant discussion about their place in the nonprofit sector. As the nation and the public sector emerges from hard economic times, this group of young adults sought to bring together important voices to help build action-oriented responses to difficult questions about the nonprofit world. is a collaborative effort to engage the nonprofit sector in a conversation about the future of social change leadership, with a specific focus on young nonprofit employees. It is a bimonthly online publication about issues facing this demographic, and we seek to create a web community that in the long-term will lead to a stronger and more vibrant sector.

Some upcoming topics include: why pursuing work/life balance is harmful for social justice; how young people can change the tense relationship between nonprofits and foundations; how to effectively manage young people; and why we need a new generation of charities. is comprised of four recent graduates who have all worked in nonprofits since they have entered the work force. Their connection to social justice brought them together to try and improve the community in which they have become deeply invested. launched January 17th 2011, Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and the National Day of Service. To stay up to date on their progress and get an announcement when the website launches, please sign up below.

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