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Mission Capital: Finance & Operations Assistant

The Finance & Operations Assistant is a committed, well-organized leader. This person will wear a variety of hats and provide basic support in a variety of financial and operational tasks. 

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Upbring: Research Associate

Why join Upbring?

Why work at Upbring? It’s quite simple – when you go to work surrounded by people just as passionate as you, it doesn’t feel like work.

At Upbring, we’re changemakers determined to create a world where all children are loved, protected and cherished. Inspired by faith, we are both warriors and servants for children and families. We’ve been helping children thrive for more than 135 years, and we’re not stopping. Our mission is to break the cycle of child abuse by empowering children, families and communities. And as we accomplish this mission, we have an opportunity to shape not only the way we deliver our programs and services but the way Texas treats children.

The children we serve have dreams, talent and so much potential – but they need dedicated, skillful and compassionate individuals to help them succeed. Our employees are champions for Texas children who give their all to create brighter futures. When you work at Upbring, you’re not just collecting a paycheck; you’re playing a key role in breaking the cycle of child abuse. 

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Ronald McDonald House: Development Manager

Our Mission: The mission of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas (RMHC CTX) is to create, find, and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children and families. We do this through four signature programs: Ronald McDonald House, six Ronald McDonald Family Rooms, five Happy Wheels Carts, and the Healing Hearts burial assistance and bereavement program. RMHC CTX provides families with emotional and physical comfort and the support and resources they need to stay close to their children and to participate in critical medical care decisions.

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Breakthrough Central Texas: Development Coordinator


Breakthrough builds a path to and through college, beginning in middle school, for students from low-income communities who will become the first in their families to earn a college degree. Our program provides academic support and individualized advising to students who statistics say will not enroll in or graduate from college without significant support. Breakthrough makes a 12-year commitment to successfully guide each of its students and families through the long and complicated process of preparing for, enrolling in, and completing college. We believe that by providing innovative educational programs to children and their families, we can replace the cycle of poverty with self-sufficiency and hope.

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Strategic Association Management: Programs Coordinator

Strategic Association Management (SAM) is an association management company (AMC) serving a diverse array of clientele. An AMC handles the day-to-day operations and provides professional management services for association and non-profit organizations. At SAM, our mission is to provide high-level services to our clients, with a focus on customer service. SAM works with over 17 organizations, which range from local to international in scope. The organizations are trade associations, philanthropic non-profits and professional societies.

The Programs Coordinator position will work directly with one of SAM’s clients, the Capital Area Dental Foundation (CADF).  

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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention: Central Texas Area Director

Position Summary

Responsible for implementing AFSP’s fundraising and program initiatives within the assigned market areas and working within the chapter service area. As an employee of AFSP National, the Central Texas Area Director will serve as the liaison between National and the local Board Members and/or volunteers for the chapter creating a sound relationship with the intent of brining AFSP’s mission to the community.

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Development Director: TreeFolks

Position Description

As Development Director, you will bring your outgoing personality, love of people, and passion for the environment to our growing nonprofit. Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director (ED), the Development Director will spearhead development efforts as TreeFolks continues to grow. A new position in the organization, the Development Director will have the opportunity to build the fundraising function. This is a full time position with benefits. Some evening and weekend work required, particularly in the spring and fall.

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Propeller: Senior Development Manager

Position Overview
The Senior Development Manager works as a part of a dynamic team to support and execute on the annual development strategy and work closely with the Director of Impact and Development and Executive Director to achieve Propeller’s fundraising goals. The focus of the Senior Development Manager will be to continue to effectively steward our existing and prospective institutional funders, to both ensure we are meeting the expectations and needs of our funders and that we continue to have robust and quality programming.

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Miracle Foundation: Development Associate

Miracle Foundation is seeking a part-time Development Associate to assist in fundraising, advocacy and donor relations. This position requires a person who is computer savvy, flexible, detail-oriented and passionate about the plight of vulnerable children. This is a multi-faceted position requiring the person to work directly with the Development Manager and the entire development team to conduct prospect research, donor  stewardship and track donor data. 

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AmeriCorps: 4-H CAPITAL Afterschool Instructor

4-H CAPITAL AmeriCorps members teach hands-on science activities in school setting at Title I elementary and middle schools in the Austin, TX area. Members serve at-risk youth during school time and afterschool by providing hands-on, project based science programs in four core areas (Animal Science, Gardening, Natural Resources, and Engineering). Members develop semester unit plans for each of their lead classes using a combination of predetermined lessons and lessons they create.

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