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April 24, 2014

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Thursday, April 24, 2014 see EXPLORING CAREERS . . . page 2 ★ GREATERmilwaukeeJOBS Y O U R N E X T J O B I S H E R E : • M I L W A U K E E • W A U K E S H A • O Z A U K E E • W A S H I N G T O N • • • This Week's Featured Ads • • • Exploring careers in philanthropy Exciting New Job Opportunities 108 E. Summer St., Hartford Ph: 262.673.0698 238028001 1659 N. Spring St. Beaver Dam Ph: 920.356.9349 Flat Bed Over The Road Drivers- Class "A" CDL and a clean driving record required. Home most weekends. General Manufacturing- In partnership with Quad Graphics, Hartford plant, (8) hour 2nd and 3rd shift. Fri., Sat., Sun. Shifts. Also Full Time 12 hour Shifts available Mon. thru Fri. and Weekends. Drivers- Must have good oral and written commu- nication skills, have knowledge of automotive parts. Previous delivery experience preferred but will train candidates with a desire to learn. HR Generalist- Bachelor's degree. Minimum of 3-4 years HR Generalist experience preferably in manufacturing environment, great communication and computer skills and the ability to work on multiple projects and meet required deadlines. All new applicants PLACED during the month of April will be eligible to receive a $100 Signing Bonus! For more opportunities and to apply online visit: Questions? Call: 262-365-5283 • Equal Opportunity Employer We offer benefits at 20 hours/week and flexible schedules. Whether you are considering a new career in healthcare or you are a long time caregiver, we look forward to meeting you! Residential Assistant (CBRF) & Homemakers All Shifts Career Fair Tuesday, May 6, 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. The Cottages at Cedar Run The Cottages at Cedar Run is a new 60-unit assisted living scheduled to open in July 2014 for those facing Alzheimer's disease and related memory loss. Cedar Community's newest campus will have bright, resident-centered spaces creating a boundary-free, familiar and friendly environment. 238138004 T he growing number of nonprofit organizations and other philanthropic groups has made opportuni- ties for careers in philanthro- py more plentiful. Those with professional business experi- ence or even students right out of college often find opportunities within organi- zations geared to giving back. According to Indiana Uni- versity–Purdue University Indianapolis, there are more than 1.4 million nonprofit organizations in the United States alone. These organiza- tions need dedicated staff to run their operations, and employees of such nonprofits often find there are several advantages to working for charitable organizations. • Happier work environ- ments: Working in philan- thropy means improving other people's lives. Employ- ees may be happy in their positions because they real- ize their work is part of a larger effort to help the less fortunate. The nonprofit sector will attract other like- minded people, and working alongside people with similar interests can make for a more enjoyable workplace envi- ronment. • Diverse responsibilities: Nonprofit operations are generally smaller than many other companies, and employees often find them- selves with diverse responsi- bilities and more direct access to management and other decision makers. People interested in dabbling in various parts of a business may find the often intimate nature of the nonprofit sector an ideal fit. • Opportunities for travel: Some nonprofits offer the chance to work outside of the country. Nonprofit organiza- tions who work across the globe may help build homes or schools in less developed countries or establish arts and education programs in countries where such oppor- tunities are lacking. A job in the nonprofit sector may allow people to experience new cultures and opportuni- ties that may never present themselves in the private sector. • Growth opportunities: Wearing a variety of hats, as many nonprofit employees do on a regular basis, allows those working at nonprofit organizations to build their

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