Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Austin

YNPN Austin supports the professional growth of emerging leaders in Austin's nonprofit workforce by building community within the community and beyond, offering educational programming to promote professional development and providing access to skill-building resources.

  • Latest from the Job Board

    Monday, February 03, 2020

    Office Coordinator - Texas Council on Family Violence

    Business friends, Maria, who is a manager at TCFV, and Tracy, who is looking to change jobs, have met for coffee to catch up on each other’s professional lives. They won’t mind if we drop in on their conversation for a few moments… Maria: Did you know TCFV has created a new Office Coordinator position? With your organizational skills and ability to stay atop lots of details and tasks at once from your past experience, it seems ideal for you.
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    Monday, February 03, 2020

    Fitness Lead - Springs - YMCA of Austin

    How you will contribute to our Purpose: The Y’s purpose is to strengthen community. Every day, we work side by side with our neighbors to make sure everyone, regardless of age, income, or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive. There are lots of places to work, but few opportunities to do work that really matters. Not only will you have the chance to help children, youth and adults of all ages reach their potential, you’ll be making a huge difference in your community as well. As a Fitness Lead, you will play a critical role in instructing members in the areas of personal fitness, exercise, and health all while ensuring a safe and healthy instructional experience for all. You will create effective workouts based on the client’s needs and fitness level. The Fitness Lead reports to the Health and Wellness Director. This is a full-time role based out of the Springs Family YMCA.
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  • Upcoming events

    Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 08:00 AM

    Tacos and Tips: How to write a Communications Plan

    Join YNPN for the first Tacos & Tips of 2020. Our speaker, Dulari Gandhi will share how to write an effective communications plan. You will find out how strategic communications planning can help you and your organization work more efficiently towards shared goals. In this session, you will learn the five basic pillars of communications planning and why it should matter to you.

    Dulari serves as a Program Officer at the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, managing the foundation’s investments in poverty alleviation in Central Texas and Boston. Prior to this role, she worked across foundation teams on communications strategy, planning, and execution. Dulari brings over a decade of experience in social impact strategic communications with expertise in education, public health, and global development issues. Prior to joining the foundation, Dulari was an Account Supervisor at GMMB, a global communications agency specializing in social impact communications, and was a project coordinator at Westat, Inc. developing multimedia collateral for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Dulari graduated from the State University of New York at New Paltz with a degree in Biology and Chemistry. She enjoys spending time with her family and pets, reading, cooking, and knitting.

    Breakfast tacos and coffee will be provided. This event is free for YNPN Members and $10 for prospective members. Please reserve your ticket on eventbrite.

    This YNPN Austin event highlights the Written & Verbal Communication portion of our core competencies model. To read more about how YNPN Austin is using Core Competencies in our events, visit


    All event attendees are subject to the YNPN Austin Code of Conduct. More information can be found at

    Wednesday, March 04, 2020 at 06:00 PM

    Speaker Series: Manage Time to Build the Life You Want

    Rachel Ladov, LCSW is a practicing life coach for teens and women with ten years of experience in the field. Ladov will speak to us about how to use time management to build your best life.

    During this workshop, you'll have the opportunity to clarify what's important to you in life and then explore ways to make sure you're spending your time in ways that honor those priorities. We look forward to seeing you there!

    This event is free for YNPN Austin members / $10 for non-members. Please reserve your ticket on eventbrite.

    Thank you to Ginna Smith of Austin Home Smith, our sponsor for this event!

    This Speaker Series event will be hosted at the new Foundation Communities Administrative Offices building, at 3000 S IH 35, Ste 300, Austin, TX, 78704, in the Barton Springs Board Room 403.


    This YNPN Austin event highlights the project management, emotional intelligence, and work life integration & time management portions of our core competencies model. To read more about how YNPN Austin is using Core Competencies in our events, visit


    All event attendees are subject to the YNPN Austin Code of Conduct. More information can be found at

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