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CollaborationCore, the co-working solution for non-profit workspace
Located in Lawrenceville, Central New Jersey, CollaborationCore’s flexible workplace model for the non-profit sector facilitates the reduction of operational costs while increasing capacity. Non-profit members only pay for what they use with no long term commitment, unless they prefer one. Members can easily expand space needs in increments as little as one hour, providing part time employees a robust infrastructure to make the most efficient use of their time.
For more information, please contact:
Cheri H. Durst, email@example.com
Crossroads Corporate Center
3150 Brunswick Pike, Suite 300
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
Nonprofit office space for rent at the Metuchen Nonprofit Center
The Metuchen Nonprofit Center (MNC) has three nonprofit tenants and a variety of space options for prospective tenants with approximately 1,000 SF available for rent (minimum of 400 SF). Amenities include:
Renting space in the MNC allows nonprofits to access amenities such as a conference room, large-scale printer, and kitchen. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-635-1000 x114, and visit http://bwpurpose.org/contact/ for more information.
A leading national health organization has additional office space to share in Robbinsville, NJ. If your lease is expiring or looking for a change we might have the space for you.
We are offering up from approximately 3,500 to 3,800 +/- SF of space, as well as shared conference rooms, kitchen, lobby, distribution area and restrooms.
Please contact Rick Rothery @ 609-223-3746 or email@example.com
The American Dream Fellowship
Deadline: Usually mid-April
Amount: $50,000 plus benefits
The Cisneros Center for New Americans is excited to announce the creation of the American Dream Fellowship, a paid opportunity for young and driven leaders who are passionate about empowering new immigrant families to fully engage their communities and live out their American Dream.
During this paid 13-month fellowship, fellows will work together with community stakeholders in our inaugural host community of Northwest Arkansas to address barriers to integration for new immigrant families. Fellows will educate, advocate, and innovate.
Educate. Fellows will work to instill a sense of urgency about education in new immigrant families by engaging family members in educational goals and breaking down barriers to academic achievement. In the process, the Fellows themselves will grow in their understanding and appreciation of the host community, and will embark in their own journey of personal growth.
Advocate. Fellows will work to Improve access for new immigrants to the resources and services they need to pursue the American Dream, including through the path we have developed: A Road Map to The American Dream. To do this, Fellows will create strong and meaningful relationships with community members and stakeholders, and use their work to lend a voice to the community’s needs.
Innovate. Fellows will work closely with the community to leverage collective impact, proven strategies, and innovative technologies. The host community’s leadership and fellows will work closely to generate creative solutions that maximize resources and impact.
The American Dream Fellowship will begin in July and run through August of the following year. During the first month of their commitment, fellows will participate in a rigorous training based in San Antonio. While in Northwest Arkansas fellows will be supported and developed by the Cisneros Center staff and high level leaders.
Russ Berrie Award for Making a Difference
Deadline: Usually February
Amount: Up to $50,000
The Russell Berrie Foundation, established in 1985, works to foster continuity and enrichment of Jewish communal life, support issues of health with an emphasis on diabetes and humanism in medicine and strengthen New Jersey communities.
New Jerseyans who have made a significant difference in their communities through a lifetime of service or a single heroic are eligible for cash awards of up to $50,000. Members of the community are invited to nominate New Jersey residents whose deeds, carried out in the state, make them worthy of recognition.
For more information or to nominate someone, please contact:
The Russ Berrie Award for Making a Difference
c/o Office of the President
Ramapo College of New Jersey
505 Ramapo Valley Road
Mahwah, New Jersey 07430
Nomination forms are also available on the Internet http://www.ramapo.edu/berrie-awards/.
Governor's Jefferson Awards
Deadline: Usually January
Do you know someone who makes a difference in your community? Nominate them for recognition at the New Jersey State Governor’s Jefferson Awards ceremony. The New Jersey State Governor’s Jefferson Awards honor ordinary people who, through volunteer service, do extraordinary things for other people, their community, their nation, or the environment.
Nominating someone for the Governor's Jefferson Awards is simple. Please throughly complete the form and attach your 300 word essay. Nomination is required in one category but you may nominate the same candidate in up to three categories. Click here to read the category descriptions.http://www.njgovernorsawards.com/categories.html. For more information contact Kevin McIntosh - firstname.lastname@example.org