23@4: Statistics


23@4: Statistics

In this 23@4 program, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about reliable statistics, data, and resources you need to deliver effective community programs.

We’ll look at local, state, and federal sources, governmental pages to social sector research studies. In the hour long information session, you will have a chance to obtain a wealth of links to creditable websites for research on your own.

23rd @ 4pm programs are held on the 23rd of every month where the date falls during the work week. They are intended to introduce information in an informal setting in one hour or less and are perfect forums for networking with, and learning from, others in the sector.

WHAT:  23@4: Statistics

WHEN:  Monday, October 23, 2017;

TIME: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

WHERE:  Main Library – Meeting Room C

Register with the PCNRC by email nrc@acpl.info or phone 260-421-1238.

Get on Board: Governance by the Glass


Governance by the Glass

Join a group of your nonprofit professional peers to discuss
governance topics in a social setting.

Who:  Staffers, board members, GOB Boot Camp grads
When: Tuesday October 17th
Time: 5:30 pm -7:30 pm
Where: Rudy’s Shop; 409 W Brackenridge St.; Fort Wayne
Cost: First drink & snacks on us!

Register with the PCNRC by email nrc@acpl.info or phone 421-1238

“Rudy’s is a cozy cigar shop/beer and wine garden right next to Parkview Field!”

About Us

Get on Board is a program of the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center at the Allen
County Public Library. Our goal is to train, connect, and support emerging leaders
and the nonprofits they wish to serve.
The Get on Board programs are supported through a grant from the Foellinger Foundation.
Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center
260-421-1238 x 2502; nrc@acpl.info

Job Opportunity: McMillen Health – Graphic Designer & Marketing Associate



The Graphic Designer & Marketing Associate is a part-time/exempt employee of McMillen Health that reports to the Marketing Director. This associate is responsible for helping to set and maintain the branding image of the organization. This associate will design marketing materials and campaigns for print, web and video using design software in a PC environment. This associate must be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Must enjoy a fast-paced environment and be flexible to handle the changes that come with a growing not for profit, focused on preventive health education.


  • Assist with the production of marketing, communications and web ready materials that support McMillen Health’s goals and objectives. Strong skills in graphic design required.
  • Work closely with Marketing Director, and other Director level staff, to coordinate marketing and communication projects within required time constraints.
    Create, manage and revise marketing and communication pieces including but not limited to:  print – brochures, booklets, video, web pages, e-mails and  social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
  • Prepare and revise presentations and other materials used in education
  • Collaborate with team to devise creative concepts and solutions
  • Coordinate communications with outside vendors such as printers
  • Coordinate with team and vendors to devise creative concepts and solutions
  • Assist with special events


Bachelor’s degree in fine arts, graphic design, marketing or equivalent
A minimum of 3-5 years’ experience in graphic design


Associate must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite (CS5.5 – Acrobat, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere Pro, HTML, online content management systems (WordPress, Constant Contact). Strong organization skills and attention to detail required. Must have good typography, layout design and production skills with knowledge of standard commercial printing processes. The ability to proof-read, multi-task and work independently or as part of a team is essential. Strong communication and organization skills are a must.

Please visit http://mcmillenhealth.org/about/careers/ to apply.

Job Opportunity: Fort Wayne Youth Theatre- Executive/Artistic Director


The Executive/Artistic Director is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all activities of the Fort Wayne Youtheatre in order to carry out the agency’s mission, goals EUWs42hRand objectives. Responsible for fundraising/development and supervision of all aspects of programming; including but not limited to staffing, classes, camps, community outreach, program material and facility resources. Responsible for directing one or more of the annual productions, achievement of annual and long range goals and maintenance of a positive image and reputation among stakeholders and the public. The Director reports to and works with the Board of Directors to execute and update program evaluation systems, annual strategic plan, annual revenue and expenses, and annual position goals.

Applicant Requirements:

Bachelor degree and five years of direct experience in theatre as a paid staff member or volunteer. Must have experience managing and directing theatrical productions. Required experience in working with children, managing and supervising staff. Experience in fundraising/development required. To apply please send resume, cover letter of interest, and contact information for three references to Leslie Hormann, 303 E. Main Street, Fort Wayne, IN, 46818 or electronically to leslie@fortwayneyoutheatre.org. No phone calls please. Application review begins 12/18/17.

For detailed job description, please visit www.fortwayneyoutheatre.org/executive

Get on Board Bootcamp: October 7, 2017

Mike Stone from Impact Strategies will present another engaging Board Bootcamp workshop Saturday October 7th. REGISTER TODAY.

For those who are not familiar with Board Bootcamp  a Get on Board program, it is for emerging leaders or new nonprofit board members with two years or less board experience. Bootcamp is also beneficial for Executive Directors to reinvigorate their knowledge of Board responsibilities or to learn from the discussions in the room.

IMG_2570In this 3 1/2 hour course, Mike will speak about the nonprofit sector and nonprofit boards, board roles and structures, and how to find your place with the right organization. As a first time attendee, there will be a lot of valuable information packed into a short time period! The combination of facts, core principles, and group discussion will make this workshop significantly useful.

“Board service is not only having the tools to successfully carry out the mission, or fulfilling the Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards, but to know yourself and what you do best.”  Past Bootcamper and PCNRC intern.

Cost for the workshop is $15 (check or cash) includes all materials and boxed lunch.  Due by Thursday, October 5. Make check payable to Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center. Drop off payment at the Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center or Readers’ Services Help Desk; mail to Paul Clarke Nonprofit Resource Center│c/o Marilynn Fauth│900 Library Plaza, Fort Wayne, IN 46802; or bring payment to the workshop.


Boot Camp 2.0 (for Boot Camp graduates and experienced board members wanting more education on stewardship) will be on November 4th watch for more information or contact the nrc@acpl.info !

Job Opportunity: WFWA PBS39, Development Assistant


Job Description

The Development Assistant provides administrative and operational support to the Development Department to help facilitate the department’s efforts with fundraising, including research, stewardship, database management, communications, event coordination, and general administration. The ideal candidate will be an articulate, poised and energetic professional who thrives as a self-starter and problem solver. S/he should be a strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills, be computer savvy, be able to exercise sound independent judgment, juggle competing priorities, exercise discretion, and maintain confidentiality.

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Individual Giving, this position is responsible for a variety of duties as part of the day to day support of the Development department such as:

  • Assist Director of Individual Giving as needed
  • Greet and direct all callers and visitors to the station
  • Ensure proper donor activity tracking in database, including contact information, major gift call reports, event attendance, moves management stages and volunteer management
  • Process and acknowledge gifts in a timely and IRS compliant manner
  • Provide regular standing reports and ad hoc reports as needed
  • Research and develop profiles on prospects
  • General database processing and data entry
  • Assists with the preparation of stewardship reports, letters of inquiry, and proposals
  • Data entry of credit card gifts and acknowledgement letters
  • Assist with pledge drives and special events as needed
  • Prepare mailings


  • Associate Degree or equivalent work experience
  • 1-3 years of related or transferable work experience
  • Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Experience with Donor Databases helpful, Some knowledge of complex databases is preferred
  • Technical savvy and ability to pick up new software
  • Excellent research, organizational, writing, and proofreading skills
  • Ability to juggle multiple projects, switching gears as needed to address new priorities and needs
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Intellectual curiosity and interest in fundraising and the development field
  • Self-starter who shows initiative
  • Exceptional time management and organizational skills


  • An understanding and working knowledge of public broadcasting
  • Non-Profit experience
  • Experience with Salesforce or Allegiance

WFWA (PBS39) is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from qualified candidates without regard for race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, or military status. Candidates of interest will be contacted.

Review of applications begins immediately and will continue until the position is filled. We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

WFWA PBS39 2501 E. Coliseum Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1562 Email: humanresources@wfwa.org