For readers out there who are looking to work with non-profits, GOOD Magazine is hiring for a role to manage their relationships with non-profit organizations.
GOOD magazine’s business model is to take all (yes, 100%) of its subscription revenues and donate it to a selected group of non-profits. (And yes, Acumen Fund is one of the non-profit partners; you can subscribe and chose Acumen Fund here).
GOOD magazine is all about celebrating and sharing innovative ways to change the world for good. More interesting still, GOOD is part magazine, part movement. For example, on September 23rd in New York they are having an event called “Mavericks of Education” featuring Wendy Kopp, Ninive Calegari, and John Wood. I’m sure it will be a great way to spend an evening. From GOOD’s website:
Frustrated by the current state of our education system? Come take part in the salon series goodebut of GOOD Conversations featuring a powerhouse line-up including Ninive Calegari, co-founder & CEO, 826 National, Wendy Kopp, founder & CEO, Teach for America and John Wood, founder & CEO, Room to Read. Join the conversation and learn how these mavericks worked inside and outside the system to make change happen.
To apply for the job, email Liza Vadnai (email@example.com) and to RSVP for the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email address, city and state.