Daryl Smith, Columbia MO

Daryl Smith Daryl Smith is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Management for the Trulaske College of Business at the University of Missouri. His areas of teaching include Management Principles, Human Resources Management, Diversity & Inclusion, and Labor Relations & Collective Bargaining. He has received faculty awards for teaching, advising and service. He is also

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Job Description — Armchair Telethon National Sales Representative

Armchair Telethon National Sales Representative   www.armchairtelethon.com Contact: Sean Spence, sean@betternonprofits.org   Elevator Pitch for Armchair Telethon (probably too long) This is about making money and making the world a better place. This sounds a little crazy, but we have stumbled into a billion-dollar market that will not fully exist for 3-5 years, so we

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Nonprofit Tuesday — 5/5/20

Nonprofit Tuesday is back! After a few weeks hiatus to get our bearings in the pandemic, Nonprofit Tuesday is back and doing or best to share the happenings and opportunities in central Missouri's nonprofit community. At Better Nonprofits, our goal is to strengthen central Missouri’s nonprofit infrastructure, seeking to make it easier for all nonprofit

Nonprofit Tuesday — 3/10/20

At Better Nonprofits, our goal is to strengthen central Missouri’s nonprofit infrastructure, seeking to make it easier for all nonprofit organizations to succeed and serve their constituencies. We will do that in a variety of ways -- sharing information, providing educational opportunities, and bringing us together. News, announcements, job postings, events, and whatever else seems

Nonprofit Tuesday — 3/3/20

At Better Nonprofits, our goal is to strengthen central Missouri’s nonprofit infrastructure, seeking to make it easier for all nonprofit organizations to succeed and serve their constituencies. We will do that in a variety of ways -- sharing information, providing educational opportunities, and bringing us together. News, announcements, job postings, events, and whatever else seems

Nonprofit Tuesday — 2/25/20

At Better Nonprofits, our goal is to strengthen central Missouri’s nonprofit infrastructure, seeking to make it easier for all nonprofit organizations to succeed and serve their constituencies. We will do that in a variety of ways -- sharing information, providing educational opportunities, and bringing us together. News, announcements, job postings, events, and whatever else seems

By |2020-02-25T12:55:47-06:00February 25th, 2020|Nonprofits Tuesday Newsletter|

Nonprofit Tuesday — 2/18/20

At Better Nonprofits, our goal is to strengthen central Missouri’s nonprofit infrastructure, seeking to make it easier for all nonprofit organizations to succeed and serve their constituencies. We will do that in a variety of ways -- sharing information, providing educational opportunities, and bringing us together. Nonprofit Headlines Local Boy Scouts most likely unaffected by

By |2020-02-18T16:26:30-06:00February 18th, 2020|Nonprofits Tuesday Newsletter|

Nonprofit Tuesday — 2/11/20

At Better Nonprofits, our goal is to strengthen central Missouri’s nonprofit infrastructure, seeking to make it easier for all nonprofit organizations to succeed and serve their constituencies. Nonprofit Headlines Community group works to end violence (Columbia Missourian, 2/10/20) Soup kitchen hosts free food giveaway for those in need (KRCG, 2/9/20) Fulton hosts disc golf tournament

By |2020-02-11T13:13:49-06:00February 11th, 2020|Nonprofits Tuesday Newsletter|

Nonprofit Tuesday — 2/4/20

At Better Nonprofits, our goal is to strengthen central Missouri’s nonprofit infrastructure, seeking to make it easier for all nonprofit organizations to succeed and serve their constituencies. Nonprofit Headlines Sinquefield Music Center opens, creating opportunities for MU composers (Columbia Missourian, 2/2/20) MU celebrates Sinquefield Music Center grand opening (KOMU, 2/1/20) Chinese New Year event canceled