31 Milk StreetSuite 310
Boston, MA 02109
Date Posted: January 21, 2020
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
fit into the following three categories:
A professional background in arts and culture or philanthropy is not a requirement for this role, however, an intellectual interest in and curiosity about these sectors is necessary. Candidates for the Programs Associate position must have a bachelor’s degree, and should demonstrate interest in the nonprofit or social sector. Highly qualified candidates will also be extremely detail-oriented and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Candidates should also meet most or all of the following criteria:
TDC is one of the nation’s oldest nonprofit management
consulting and research firms. TDC works exclusively with nonprofit,
governmental, educational and philanthropic organizations, providing them with
the business and management tools critical to achieving mission success.
We believe that the nonprofit sector plays a vital role in society,
giving tangible support to some of our country's most cherished ideals and
enhancing the quality of our lives. TDC is known nationally for both the
quality of its work and its in-depth knowledge of the nonprofit sector. The
hallmark of our approach is a constant commitment to helping nonprofits
strategically align their missions, their markets, and their operations through
the thoughtful application of business and financial skills. Our main products
include strategic business planning, market studies, program evaluations,
community needs assessments, and board development work. From time to time, TDC
also undertakes major research studies on various aspects of the nonprofit
sector. TDC has worked with hundreds of nonprofit organizations, agencies, and
foundations in the last three decades. Our clients represent the diversity of
the nonprofit sector itself, and include organizations from the arts, cultural,
education, environment, government and human services areas. We work both with
large, established and well known organizations, as well as small nonprofit
start-ups that seek to address an unmet need. Our clients are located throughout
New England and the United States.
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¹ Americans for the Arts. (2017). “Arts & Economic Prosperity 5: The Economic Impact of Nonprofits and Cultural Organizations and Their Audiences in the State of Massachusetts.” Retrieved from www.AmericansForTheArts.org
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