Here's a sneak peak at the featured articles of the new issue:
- Making The Grade: Can Anyone Get Into Nonprofit Education Programs?: What’s it take to get into nonprofit education programs? Students heading into next year’s master’s program at Indiana had an average college grade point average of 3.45 and an average GRE score of 1,181 (549 verbal and 632 quantitative).
- NPT Survey: CFOs Get Comfortable With Thinner Margins: This exclusive survey conducted by The NonProfit Times asked a number of questions of nonprofit financial executives. They were asked questions regarding their organizations’ actual situation and then perceptions regarding the economy and general operations.
- Events Planning Gets Second Look After Boston Attack: Many organizations are rethinking the risk management elements of large, outdoor events after the bombings that killed three and injured hundreds more at the Boston Marathon.
- Scouts' Survey Shows Members Split About Stand On Gays: As the Boy Scouts of America prepare to vote on whether to allow gay members, a survey conducted by the organization shows that many of its existing members are split on the topic.
- No Surprises: Volunteers are at the heart of most nonprofits, but your nonprofit’s heart might beat a dangerous rhythm without volunteer risk management.
- What Time Are You?: In the professional world, there is no more powerful determinant of individual style, effectiveness, or influence than one’s orientation to time.
The articles above are just a sampling of the content included in the May 1 issue. If you are not already a subscriber, head to our online store to purchase a subscription so you can read the full issue, which includes an exclusive interview with former Scoutmaster James Dale.