As we kick off a new year, Andrew Blyberg from Fifty Acres looks ahead to the federal budget and shares a checklist to help not for profits craft a clear vision for 2020.
Many organisations will have had a busy end to the year, rushing to get their federal pre-budget submission in before Christmas. For those that didn’t, the deadline was extended to the end of January, so you still have time. Either way, now is not the time to rest on your laurels and wait …
Kamilaroi man Corey Tutt is the founder of Deadly Science, an organisation opening up the world of science and the natural world to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids across the country. He’s this week’s Changemaker.
A research assistant at the University of Sydney by day, Tutt’s career has always been guided by a passion for the natural world.
He knows that unless kids see people like them becoming scientists and doctors it won’t happen, and Deadly Science could be the key.
Kathy Townsend has a unique understanding of both the recruitment market, and the breadth of work of Australian volunteers overseas. A “head hunter” for 23 years, she’s also a returned volunteer and chair of the board of AVI (which manages the Australian Volunteers Program). Here she explains how volunteering overseas can enhance your career.
In my work recruiting senior executives across a broad range of government, not for profit and industries sectors, it is clear that employers are looking for a complex web of attributes when …