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April 6th - 8th, 2016
9am PT to 2pm PT
Virtual Conference

Our 2016 Speakers Include

Tom Ahern   

Kishshana Palmer, CFRE

Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE

Abbi L. Haggerty Ph.D.

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Sheena Greer

Pearl Waldorf

Mazarine Treyz

Victoria Albina, FNP-C, MPH

Announcing The Virtual Fundraising Career Conference

Each session is roughly 60 minutes long, with 45 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes for questions. Session descriptions, times and presenters subject to change.

 

Day 1: April 6th, 2016

 

Session One: The Quick Easy Way to Get Your Next Fundraising Job with Phil Gérard

 

Time: 9am PT, 10am MT, 11am CT, 12pm ET

 

Are you looking for that next fundraising job? You need a plan! Learn how to organize the entire job search process from Phil Gérard, fundraising recruiter. Phil has met thousands of fundraisers and aspiring fundraisers. He will share the common challenges and success stories while giving you practical hands on tips for organizing your job search. In this session you will learn how to:

 

  • Research the organizations you apply to

  • Prepare your resume for the exact position you want

  • Dos and Don'ts for your interview

  • Present yourself in your best light in the interview

  • Follow up with grace

  • Negotiate your benefits and salary

 

Session Two: You Deserve A Raise Today-Getting what you want in salary and raise negotiations with Marc Pitman and Meghan Godorov

 

Time: 10:30am PT, 11:30am MT, 12:30pm CT, 1:30pm ET

 
What if you could negotiate a good salary for your next fundraising job? What if you could know, right from the beginning, what would make your boss give you a raise? When we take a job, we hope for a raise, but we don't know how to get there. This session will provide you with the tools, perspective and power to ask for what you are worth and demonstrate your value to your supervisor and organization. Presenters will share their own experiences and tips on how to ask for what you want, be transparent about what you need and build effective relationships with your supervisor. You will learn:

  • How to quantify and qualify your value to the nonprofit employer
  • Strategies for tracking and describing your accomplishments year-round to increase chances of promotion
  • Tips for preparing for your performance review such as how to address topics of salary/raises, title changes and the negotiation of responsibilities that will lead to your professional success
  • Presenters’ own examples on negotiating salaries and other aspects of previous positions
  • Proven tactics for negotiating your professional and compensation goals
  • How to move beyond the mindset of working for less because you believe in the mission

 

 

Session Three: How to Interview Strong for a Fundraising Role - Claire Axelrad, JD, CFRE

 

Time: 12pm PT, 1pm MT, 2pm CT, 3pm ET

 

Have you ever wanted to create a better impression during and after an interview? Claire Axelrad, a veteran fundraising professional with over 30 years in the field, and experience with hiring and firing, is here to help you. Attend this session and you will learn:

  • The 9 Keys to a Strong Interview

  • Fundraising job specific fundraising interview questions

  • Follow up strategies that will help you stand out from the pack.

 

 

Session Four: Quick, How Can I Be a Successful Nonprofit Consultant? Panel presentation

 

Time: 2pm PT, 3pm MT, 4pm CT, 5pm ET

 

Have you thought about a career move into consulting? Is that really where the “big bucks” are? This session will cover the types of consulting you can consider, the advantages of working for big firm or of striking out on your own. We’ll cover some things such as how to create a business plan, how to market your consulting practice, and even naming your company.

 

Here's what you'll learn:

  • Are You Cut Out for Consulting?: Tom Ahern
  • Working for a Consulting Firm or For Yourself: Lynne Dean, CFRE
  • Your Business Plan and State Registration:  Helen Arnold, CFRE
  • What Are You Going to Do, Where to Do It, and What to Name Your Company: Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE
  • Marketing Your Business:  Susan Schaefer, CFRE

Take-aways

  1. State Registration Guide

  2. Consulting Options

  3. Marketing Ideas

 

Day 2: April 7th, 2016

 

Session One: How to Find the Best Nonprofit Fundraising Job for YOU - Abbi L. Haggerty Ph.D.

 

Time: 9am PT, 10am MT, 11am CT, 12pm ET


Startling new research by Abbi Leinwand Haggerty shows why fundraisers decide to leave their positions and the field of fundraising altogether. Specifically, we’ll talk about how to identify your personal values and how to recognize the type of organizational culture that exists at a potential workplace as well as identifying the types of positions and organizations that align with your values.  

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Find the values that are important to you personally and professionally
  • Match up your values with an organizational culture (determining cultural fit)
  • Determine what type of culture an organization has before accepting a position
  • Better support each other in the fundraising profession, and finally,
  • Ask nonprofit leaders, managers, and HR staff for the types of resources and support you need.

 

Session Two: Let's Talk Rest and Satisfaction in Work -Pearl Waldorf

 

Time: 10:30am PT, 11:30am MT, 12:30pm CT, 1:30pm ET

 

Do you feel stuck right now at work? Have you ever wanted to be more satisfied with your work? What's holding you back? Join therapist Pearl Waldorf in learning how to not just jump to action all of the time, but how to pause, reflect and respond instead of reacting. You'll learn:

  • The reasons you feel stuck

  • How to get clear on what you want in nonprofit work

  • Why rest is so important after fundraising work

  • How you can create more satisfaction in your fundraising work

 

 

Session Three: How to Develop Better Boundaries in the Nonprofit Workplace - Sheena Greer

 

Time: 12pm PT, 1pm MT, 2pm CT, 3pm ET

 

Do you often work late? Do you do work on the weekends just to “get it done”? Are you seeing friends and family less? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might have a problem with boundaries. Join us for this session and learn:

  • What a healthy boundary looks and feels like

  • How to start to create better boundaries at work

  • True stories of people who found the courage to create good boundaries in their nonprofit work

 

 

Session Four: Sick and Stressed out? Your Nonprofit Work and Your Health -Victoria Albina, FNP-C, MPH

 

Time: 2pm PT, 3pm MT, 4pm CT, 5pm ET

 

Have you ever worked until you were ill? Have you ever come back from vacation only to immediately get sick? What's going on? Join Health Coach Vic Albina in discovering how our bodies break down from overwork, and how we can start to heal our bodies from our culture of overwork. You'll learn:

  • True stories of overwork and what breakdown looks like

  • Healing methodologies that have worked for hundreds of Vic's patients

  • Strategies for coping with an unhealthy overworked culture

 

Session Five: How to make your fundraising work flow into career success -Mira Boucher, CFRE

 

Time: 3:30pm PT, 4:30pm MT, 5:30pm CT, 6:30pm ET

 

Have you ever felt like you’re spinning your wheels and your to-do list never ends? Do you know what your priorities are and how to make the most of your energy and willpower? A crucial step to career success in fundraising is creating a system to organize and prioritize your workflow – to help you manage fundraising relationships and your search for that next career milestone without burning out.

Join us for this power-workshop to learn:

  • A simple system that will revolutionize the way you stay on top of your many to-dos
  • How to build a great reputation by being totally dependable, organized and self-motivated
  • Insights into how the most productive fundraisers get things done
  • …and more!

 

Day Three: April 8th, 2016

 

Session One: Parse Your Team Out by Strengths and Become a Better Leader -Kishshana Palmer, CFRE

 

Time: 9am PT, 10am MT, 11am CT, 12pm ET

 

Have you ever felt like you had to be good at everything relating to fundraising? Are there certain aspects of fundraising you like more than others? What if you could focus on your favorite parts of fundraising, and leave the other parts to people who really want to do them? And yes, you can do this even in a one-person fundraising shop. With this eye-opening session you will learn how to:

 

  • Understand your team's strengths (and yours)

  • Understand key strategies to uncover and support the kind of fundraisers you have

  • Understand how to identify roles that suit your team

  • Understand how and when to reconfigure roles for your team

 

 

Session Two: Fundraisers, Their Careers, Stories, Concerns and Accomplishments -Sarah K. Nathan Ph.D.

 

Time: 10:30am PT, 11:30am MT, 12:30pm CT, 1:30pm ET

 

Who are American fundraisers today? How and why do individuals become fundraisers? Launched late last year, Fundraisers: Their Careers, Stories, Concerns and Accomplishments is an update to the Twenty two year old stud of the same name. This new research provides fresh insight into fundraisers' career paths, challegnes, successes and the overall growth of the field. The presenter will share early results of her national study and offer suggestions for strenghtening the profession.

 

 

Session Three: How to create a culture of philanthropy (as a fundraiser) -Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE

 

Time: 12pm PT, 1pm MT, 2pm CT, 3pm ET

 

Ever wished you had more hands to do the work of fundraising for your organization? Not sure where people can start in supporting you better? Come to this session and you will learn:

 

  • How to assess your organization's philanthropic profile

  • How the CEO can create a culture of philanthropy

  • How the rest of the staff can support this culture

  • How the board can lead in creating this culture

 

Session Four:  How YOU can move from small to large organizations with John Urschel, Independent Consultant and Educator

 

Time: 2pm PT, 3pm MT, 4pm CT, 5pm ET

 

Would you like to have recruiters calling you for a change? Would you like to make exponentially more money with your fundraising career? How about a career ladder you could climb in one place, instead of making lateral moves? Join John Urschel for a highly informative session that will help you make the most out of your career. In this session you'll learn:

  • Common career mistakes to avoid
  • The danger of 'sector bias' in hiring and how to avoid it
  • How to make your resume shine and
  • How to manage professional recruiters

 

Thank yous and Close of Conference

 

Time: 3pm PT, 4pm MT, 5pm CT, 6pm ET

 

Phil Gérard

Claire Axelrad JD, CFRE

John Urschel

Sarah K. Nathan Ph.D.

Marc Pitman

 

We are choosing the highest caliber, internationally known speakers from the cream of the crop of the nonprofit world, including Fundraising recruiters, Development Directors, Professors in Philanthropy and Fundraising and expert fundraising authors to help you move on up in your career.

 

 

Tom Ahern authored four well-received books on donor communications, with two more in the pipeline.  Each year, he delivers dozens of workshops internationally, speaking recently at conferences in the Netherlands, Belgium, Australia, New Zealand, Italy and Slovakia as well as across the US and Canada.

 

Tom will be asking, "Is consulting for you?"

 

Linda Lysakowski ACFRE, has managed capital campaigns, helped hundreds of nonprofit organizations achieve their development goals, and trained more than 27,000 development professionals in Canada, Mexico, Egypt, Bermuda, and most of  the 50 United States. Linda is the author of Fundraising as a Career: What, Are You Crazy?; Recruiting and Training Fundraising Volunteers; The Development Plan; Capital Campaigns: Everything You NEED to Know; Raise More Money from Your Business Community; Fundraising for the GENIUS, and many others.

 

Linda Lysakowski will be speaking about how to name your consulting practice, and what a culture of philanthropy is and how to create it at your nonprofit.

 

Claire Axelrad, J.D., CFRE has helped nonprofits raise hundreds of millions over a career inspiring volunteers and professionals to implement innovative fundraising and marketing strategies that advance the mission, vision and values of causes addressing society’s most pressing problems. Named Outstanding Fundraising Professional of the Year by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Claire contributes regularly to Fundraising Success Magazine, is a featured expert on Content Marketing Examiner, writes for Maximize Social Business on social media for nonprofits, is a  web and audio presenter for Next Level Nonprofits, ThirdSectorToday, 4GOOD Nonprofit Webinars, Nonprofit Radio and Chronicle of Philanthropy.  Her blog was recently named “Top Fundraising Blog” by Fundraising Success and she teaches the CFRE course that certifies professional fundraisers.

 

Claire Axelrad will be speaking about how to make a good impression in your interview.

 

Kishshana Palmer CFRE is the principal of Kishshana & Co – a boutique-consulting firm dedicated to helping non-profits break out of their organizational and fundraising rut. A passionate, charismatic and electrifying professional, Kishshana is committed to helping non-profit leaders come up with bright ideas that will propel their organizations’ mission. Kishshana holds her B.S. in International Studies and her M.S. in Information Age Marketing from Bentley University in Waltham, Ma.

 

Kishshana Palmer will be speaking about Strength based leadership.

 

Sarah K. Nathan, Ph.D. is assistant professor of nonprofit management and philanthropy at Bay Path University where she teaches and advises online graduate students in the Masters of Nonprofit Management and Strategic Fundraising degree programs. Dr. Nathan is also a special projects associate at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy where she managed the publication of Achieving Excellence in Fundraising, 4th edition, is directing a national study of the fundraising profession, and is co-developing and teaching a new, upper-level course, “Celebrity Philanthropy.” 

 

Sarah K. Nathan Ph.D. will be sharing her research on the field of fundraising careers.

 

Phil Gérard has been a fundraiser since 1997, working in the community service, education and university advancement sectors with a heavy focus on major gifts. A Master of Business Administration degree with a Human Resource Management specialization set him on an exciting path within the fundraising profession: Fundraising Talent Management. Gérard Consulting – Fundraising Talent Management’s services include recruitment, job postings, career planning services for individuals, and talent management consulting for organizations (including onboarding, career pathing, performance management, professional development, and succession planning).

 

Phil Gérard will be speaking about how to plan your fundraising job search from start to finish.

 

Marc Pitman is the author of Ask Without Fear!, the executive director of the affordable fundraising training program The Nonprofit Academy, and an Advisory Panel member of Rogare, a prestigious international fundraising think tank. Because of his dynamic trainings, Marc speaks to thousands each year at events like the World Fundraising Summit in Mexico, trainings in New Zealand, Association for Fundraising Professionals International Conference, and organizations around the world, even groups like the International Bowling Expo. His experience in nonprofit fundraising and leadership training, as well as his balanced commentary, has caused him to be featured in books and articles around the world and be sought out as a guest on TV, radio, and print as diverse as Al Jazeera, SUCCESS Magazine, and Fox News.

 

Marc Pitman will be speaking about salary and raise negotiation for fundraisers.

 

Pearl Waldorf is a body-centered and attachment oriented psychotherapist with a private practice in Inner NE Portland, Oregon. She supports her clients to connect to the innate clarity within them in service to developing authentic self-expression, fulfilling relationships and meaningful work in the world. She celebrates the natural brilliance of the human brain and physiology and it's unfolding towards health with adolescent and adult individuals and groups.

 

Pearl Waldorf will be speaking about how to find rest and satisfaction in work.

 

Victoria Albina FNP-C, MPH, MS is a functional and herbal medicine trained Integrative Health Coach and Nurse Practitioner, and holds a masters degree in Public Health, with a focus on environmental health. With over a decade of experience in health and wellness, Victoria works one-on-one with coaching clients to help guide them to optimized physical, emotional and spiritual health. She loves working with smart, motivated people, who are excited to change their lives: to start cooking, to start moving and to bring their lives into greater balance. Drawing on her integrative training, Victoria is available for consultations around health concerns from IBS to anxiety to systemic candida, and brings in the best of modern science teamed with the ancient wisdom of herbs and botanicals. With a deep belief in the power of hitting the Reset button on our modern diets, Victoria offers seasonal cleanses with a powerful online support group, and one-on-one time with the coach available for added support.

 

Victoria Albina will be talking about nonprofit work and burnout, and how it impacts your body.

 

Sheena Greer is a nonprofit communications consultant. She is a passionate advocate for literacy, families, and living in a way that is mindful of others. In 2013, Sheena decided she needed to do more to help nonprofits & social entrepreneurs communicate their missions. She started Colludo with the hope of sharing her love of simple, powerful communications, and the desire to have fun while doing good.

 

Sheena Greer will be speaking on naming and claiming boundaries in the fundraising workplace.

 

 

John Urschel is a senior executive with 21-years of experience in building development programs that deliver measurable results and improved outcomes. John is a CASE award winner; a respected public speaker and trainer; a successful business owner and entrepreneur; a transformational leader and manager; a published author; and a proven fundraiser. As a Professor of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Management at Bay Path University, John teaches how to manage a donor pipeline, understand donor behavior and giving methodologies, how to conduct a campaign, ethics, organizational development, proposal writing, and budgeting.

John Urschel will be speaking on how to move from a small nonprofit to a large organization.

 

Abbi Leinwand Haggerty Ph.D. is the Director of Development at the Partnership for Nonprofit Excellence (PNE) in Richmond, VA. In this role, Abbi oversees a comprehensive fund development strategy for the organization, working with the Board, CEO and other team members to align overarching PNE and program fundraising efforts. Abbi began her career at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and previously served in senior-level development positions for John Tyler Community College and Richmond CenterStage. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and master’s and doctoral degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). Her dissertation explored the turnover intentions of fundraising professionals.  She is an adjunct professor at VCU teaching the fund development for nonprofit organizations course.

Ms. Haggerty will be teaching how to find the best fundraising job for you based on her Ph.D. research.


Meghan Godorov is an advocate for women who want to build careers that last. She currently serves as the Associate Director for Alumnae and Community Engagement at Mount Holyoke College. In this role, she strategizes effective programming and services that engage alumnae with the Career Development Center, current students and the college.

Meghan Godorov will be teaching how to negotiate your salary and raise with Marc Pitman.

 

Mira Boucher, CFRE As a fundraiser, Mira’s raised millions in philanthropic support for two universities and over a dozen small charities. Mira found that getting your space and your thoughts organized can spell the difference between success and failure for individuals and organizations. That’s why she founded Maximum Productivity, a company that helps you prioritize and stay focused in our hyper-distracting world. As a Leadership Victoria alumna and Certified Fund Raising Executive, Mira’s dedicated to continuous improvement and helping others create positive impact in the world around them.

She will be speaking about creating a workflow system that will propel your fundraising career forward – and help you stay motivated.

 

Mazarine Treyz has connected nonprofit jobseekers and employers for over seven years. She has:

  •     Directed successful nonprofit career fairs & looked at hundreds of resumes
  •     Connected jobseekers with nonprofit career experts
  •     Facilitated client job searches resulting in successful jobs in nonprofits and government
  •     Moved on up from Development Assistant to Development Director and Development Consultant.
  •     Written three books including: Get the Job! Your Fundraising Career Empowerment Guide (5 star rated by Nonprofit.About.com)

Mazarine Treyz will be the MC of the conference and facilitating all conference sessions.

 

 

Do you feel directionless in your fundraising career?

 

Are you feeling miserable and stuck doing work you don't like?

 

Do you wonder how to be a more successful fundraising consultant?

 

Are you wondering what the right path is for you?

 

Are you looking for just ANY job right now?

 

The truth is, you won't be happy with just ANY fundraising job.

Do you want to stop wasting your time and energy?

 

Is this you?

AT LAST

Here's a fundraising career conference for you! For just the low price of $97 (until April 8th) you get:

  1. Three days of dynamic speakers from all areas of the nonprofit world.
  2. 12 sessions focused on helping YOU succeed in your career, whatever that looks like for you.
  3. Original fundraising career research unveiled for the first time.
  4. Expert advice from fundraising recruiters on how to structure your job search.
  5. Insider secrets on how to move from lower paid small nonprofit roles to large university fundraising roles.
  6. A comprehensive expert panel on all aspects of nonprofit consulting.
  7. How to create healthy boundaries in our nonprofit fundraising work.
  8. Space to acknowledge our health, our bodies and how this relates to our careers as fundraisers.
  9. All conference recordings from April 6th-8th 2016 so that you can watch and learn when it's convenient for you.

This conference would not be possible without our generous sponsors!

Sign up for the conference today and you'll also get:

1. An incredible fundraising cover letter that you can use as a template to get that next role!

2. A comprehensive list of 42 nonprofit job sites in North America and internationally, plus

3. Exclusive interviews with our presenters on succeeding in your next role, getting better boundaries at work, successful consulting and more.

PLUS a secret gift!

 

The price is $97 for three full days of internationally known speakers, get this incredible deal now!

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Our Incredible Speakers

Yes! I'm ready to move on up!

In April 2015 our three day inaugural event sold out twice, with 550 people attending primarily from the US and Canada. Attendees included fundraising professionals, consultants, executive directors, and people from fundraising agencies. In followup surveys, results included:

  • 8% of respondents got new jobs.
  • 13% said they have started their career map and know the skills they need to acquire to get a better job
  • 17% created better boundaries at work with the help of our boundary session
  • 48% said they're making progress in their current job thanks to the conference AND
  • 70% of respondents felt that the conference helped them achieve their goals.

Will you get results from this conference?

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Dear you,

Thank you for being here! I'm so glad you're considering joining us for this second annual Fundraising Career Conference. We created this conference because

  • I was tired of talking with fundraisers who were not getting paid enough,
  • Tired of seeing fundraisers who were stuck in roles with no hope of promotion from within,
  • Tired of hearing about fundraisers who were working like dogs with no reward but more work piled on their plates.

I have been right there with you, working with total dedication, staying late, getting sick, all for the mission, with no reward but more work. In the last six years I've heard so many stories like mine that I realized I wasn't alone.

Then I thought, we say we want a better world, but what kind of world are we creating if we aren't treating our nonprofit staff well?

In 2013 I wrote Get the Job, Your Fundraising Career Empowerment Guide.  It got a 5 star review from Nonprofit.About.com.

But it wasn't enough.

I made an e-course on how to get your fundraising dream job.

But it wasn't enough.

I wanted to touch more people. I realized that you need more expert advice and support as you steward your career, and I got some people together who can help you get the clarity you need.

We created this conference to help you get the job of your dreams, but more than that, to inspire you, to help you feel like there's a place for you in fundraising.

I hope you enjoy it. It's a lot of work for all of us, but with you here, it all feels worth it. If you've got any questions, just email me at info @ fundraising-career-conference.com. 

 

Mazarine Treyz

Founder, WildWomanFundraising.com and The Fundraising Career Conference

Why are we here?

Fundraising Career Conference Sessions

 

Q: When is the Virtual Fundraising Career Conference 2016?

A: It's Wednesday April 6th, Thursday April 7th, and Friday April 8th 2016 from 9am PT to 4pm PT. We may run over the end time but if we do and you have to step away, it's okay, we are recording it for you.

Q: Where is it?

A: It is online. That means you can attend from your computer, instead of having to fly somewhere and pay for hotels and taxis. This also means if you don't have time to take 3 days off in a row, you can watch the recordings and take the conference on YOUR time.

Q: Will this be focused on America only?

No. This is an international conference. We will focus on the US and Canada in our discussions of how to move up in your fundraising career. We have three speakers from Canada, Sheena Greer, of Colludo in Saskatoon, and Phil Gerard, of Gerard Consulting in Vancouver, BC and Mira Boucher of Maximize Productivity in Calgary. We are also sponsored by the Canadian nonprofit job site, CharityVillage. 

Q: How long is each session?

A: Each session is between 45-60 minutes, with 10-15 minutes for questions.

Q: Can I get CFRE credits for this?

A: Yes, you can get 10 CFRE credits for this conference.

Q: I want to learn how to fundraise more effectively. Do you offer that?

A: Yes! The Next Level Fundraising Conference is from April 4th-5th 2016 and covers how to take your nonprofit to the next level with fundraising. This Next Level Fundraising Conference will get you 10 additional CFRE credits.  If this time is not convenient, you can register and get the recordings, and if you'd prefer live events, we also offer webinars and masterclasses throughout the year at WildWomanFundraising.com.

Q: When I register for the Virtual Fundraising Career conference, does that include the Next Level conference April 4-5 too?

A: No. The Next Level conference is for senior nonprofit leadership to learn how to take their nonprofits to the next level in fundraising.

Q: Where can I learn more about the Next Level Conference?

A: Go to http://nextlevel.fundraising-conference.com.

Q: I don't want my boss to know I'm jobhunting.  Can I be anonymous?

A: 100% Yes. We respect your privacy and anonymity. This conference is a safe space where we will not use your last name.

Q: I want to network with people from this conference. Can I get the names of attendees as an attendee?

A: We respect people's privacy, so we don't give out the names. Plus JUST IN CASE someone is jobhunting and doesn't want their boss to know, we keep it anonymous. Hope you understand!

Q: If I register, but can't get to every session, will I get the recordings from this conference?

A: Yes. You'll get the recordings by the end of April.

Q: If I can't make this conference, will there be another one later in the year?

A: Nope, you'll have to wait a whole year for the next one. So join us this year!

Q: Is there a limit on the number of attendees?

A: We are limiting the attendance to 500 people. At this price, it will sell out fast, so get on it!

Q: I have a question about resumes and cover letters. Are you covering that in the conference?

A: You will get two free resume and cover letter webinar recordings as part of your bonus materials for this conference.

Q: I'm outside North America. Will you have a phone number for me?

A: Yes. We will work with our webinar platform to make sure you've got access to the conference with a local number.

Q: What if I have a hard time accessing the conference?

A: Top tips: Before the conference each day, restart your computer.  Don't have a lot of internet tabs or other programs running in the background while attending the conference. If you can't hear, try connecting via phone instead of computer, or vice versa. Worst case scenario, you can call GotoWebinar, they are very responsive to customer service issues.

Q: My organization wants to sponsor. Who do I talk with?

A: Email info @ fundraising-career-conference . com.

Q: What's the cost of the conference?

A:  From March 31st to April 5th, the price is $97. Then we will sell the conference recordings for $197. Save some serious cash and register now!

Q: There are some famous presenters. Why is it so cheap?

A: Because we know what it's like to work at nonprofits where they don't pay you much. And we really want people who need this conference to be able to afford it.

Q: Can I pay with something other than Paypal?

A: Yes! We now have STRIPE available for you. Scroll to the bottom of the page and you'll be able to pay with Stripe. 

Q: Is there a money back guarantee?

A: Yes! You have up to 30 days after the conference to get a refund.

Q: I have a question that isn't answered here. Where can I ask my question?

A: Email info @ fundraising-career-conference . com.

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“I loved your book, Get the Job! In fact, it has helped me get two job offers and negotiate a raise since I bought it. Your book helped me write excellent cover letters and resumes and ask the right questions during interviews. I decided the first offer wasn’t the best fit and turned it down, but am very excited to start my new job soon. I will be re-reading the chapters on setting realistic expectations at my new job, which is part of a start up foundation for a university here in the UK (hard to believe there are still universities out there not in the fundraising game).

This week I am celebrating a quick win I had writing to current regular givers asking them to increase their monthly donations. The response so far has been phenomenal, and I now have a very sore wrist from handwriting so many thank you notes. Thanks for writing such a helpful book and an inspirational blog!” -Stephanie Miller, UK

 

"You helped me get two job offers and negotiate a raise!"

Why should you trust me about careers?

Get the Job! Your Fundraising Career Empowerment Guide is for you….from the absolute beginner to the seasoned professional. Delivered in the frank, dynamic and empowering way which we’ve come to expect from Mazarine, this book has a lot to share with any and all readers. Tips in the book will get you to take a good hard look at where you are, where you want to go and what you absolutely must do to if you want to find a job you’ll love where you are appreciated and adequately compensated. You’ll be presented with strategies for beginning and sustaining satisfaction and success in a new job. Get the Job! is the real deal, no bull scoop on what it means to be a fundraiser, how to do what is needed to get the job and how to be happy once you are there. This is the stuff that other authors are not covering because Mazarine Treyz is invested in the long-term happiness of each fundraiser who reads the book and elevating the fundraising industry. -Judi, NYC

"Mazarine Treyz is invested in the long-term happiness of each fundraiser and elevating the fundraising industry."

“I want you to know, I used information I learned from your book “Get the job” to go to my Executive Director and change my career inside our organization and restore work/life balance to the crazy Jenna Cosmos, and I am forever in your debt for that!” -Jenna, Communications Coordinator, Virginia

"You helped me restore work-life balance!"

I have used your invaluable book over and over again. It has been hugely helpful in pushing my candidacy for several jobs I never thought I could get near. Thank you!!!

I’m very far along in the interview process for a Development Director position for a performing arts venue at a very well regarded university. Thanks for everything!!!!! Your book has been a godsend! -Susan

 

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“I attended your Virtual Fundraising Career Conference in 2015 and utilized what I had learned to apply, interview and negotiate my salary for my new role as Special Events Coordinator! Thanks for everything, this conference is a valued resource to fundraisers everywhere!” -Anna G.

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1. You can learn the foolproof way to never miss a job posting, ever again!

2. Free Bonuses including: Incredible fundraising cover letter that you can use as a template to get that next role, A comprehensive list of 42 nonprofit job sites in North America and internationally, plus Exclusive interviews with our presenters on succeeding in your next role, getting better boundaries at work, successful consulting and more. 

3. A chance to connect with high powered speakers and ask the fundraising career questions you've always wanted to ask

4. Learn how to create a clear PLAN for exactly how to get that next high paying fundraising job

5. Seats are limited. This conference sold out twice last year, and will sell out again this year. Grab your seat now!

6. Chat with a panel of consultants who want to help you succeed in your nonprofit consulting.

7. Discover new research on fundraising careers from one of the key researchers

8. All of the conference recordings will be available to you by the end of April.

9. The chance to ask questions of a fundraising recruiter and get to know what they look for.

10. The price of the conference recordings doubles on April 8th. Get your early bird discount now!

I think it’s marvelous that finally somebody has done a conference focusing on fundraising as a career. I don’t think anybody else has done this before. You might find one or two little programs at a major conference, but most of the time we talk about the nitty gritty of how to do an annual fund, or how to start a major gifts. We don’t focus enough on what the fundraising career is really all about. So I’m really excited to be part of this groundbreaking event."

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You get 15 recordings with 19 of the most thoughtful and engaging nonprofit leaders, to watch over and over!

Our presenters combined have over 150 years of experience in fundraising, CFRE and ACFRE qualifications, and have written 13 books on fundraising, and 2 books on fundraising careers. Our star presenters include:

Tom Ahern, author of 4 books about fundraising, including: Making Money with Donor Newsletters, Keeping Your Donors, Seeing Through A Donor's Eyes, and How to Write Fundraising Materials That Raise More Money

Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE, author of over 8 fundraising books including: Nonprofit Strategic Planning, Are You Ready for a Capital Campaign? Raise More Money from Your Business Community, The Nonprofit Consulting Playbook, The Leaky Bucket, What's wrong with your fundraising, and how to fix it, Fundraising for the Genius, Nonprofit Board Service for the Genius, and many others.

Abbi Leinwand Haggerty, Ph.D., who will be sharing her Ph.D. research on fundraising job satisfaction from the data set of 1800 nonprofits from the UnderDeveloped Report by the Haas Jr. Fund

Sarah K. Nathan, Ph.D., who will be sharing her new research on Fundraisers, their Careers, Stories, Concerns and Accomplisments

Marc Pitman, author of Ask Without Fear! (translated into many languages), Executive Director of The Nonprofit Academy 

Claire Axelrad, JD, CFRE, whose website, Clairification, was rated one of the best fundraising blogs of 2014.

And many others!

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