Best NonProfits to Work For by the NonProfit Times, April 2018
Large nonprofits generally have more resources to be able to provide more services to their constituents or better salaries and benefits for employees. But bigger organizations are not without their own challenges compared to their more diminutive counterparts.
“When we think about things, sometimes it’s a little slower than I’d like because we want it to work for 850 people versus 10 people in one site, and the tax impacts may vary by state,” said John Bradley, chief operating officer (COO) of Year Up. “How do you make what we’re talking about work both nationally and local, operating within markets we need to be working within?”
Year Up is consistently ranked in the Best Nonprofits To Work For. This year, the Boston-headquartered nonprofit that provides intensive professional education to urban young adults comes in at No. 35 overall and fourth among large organizations (those with at least 250 employees). There are about 175 staff in the national office and another 21 sites in the field, totaling almost 800 employees.
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Best NonProfits to Work For by the NonProfit Times, April 2017
Year Up was recently named one of the best nonprofits to work for by TheNonProfitTimes, marking its seventh consecutive year on the list. The award program is sponsored by The Nonprofit Times and Best Companies Group (BCG), which utilize a nationwide survey to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in the nonprofit industry in the United States.
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2016 Community Impact Award from Seattle Business Magazine
Seattle Business Magazine Honors Harriet Bullitt and 18 Visionary Enterprises at the 2016 Community Impact Awards
Seattle (October 27, 2016) – Longtime Washington state philanthropist Harriet Bullitt was named the 2016 Lifetime Achievement honoree at the third Community Impact Awards event presented by Seattle Business magazine. Bullitt joined 18 other honorees recognized for their outstanding contributions to the community during a gala October 26 at Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry.
Bullitt was honored for her lifelong support of the arts and environmental conservation in the Pacific Northwest. A judges’ panel of experts selected gold and silver award recipients in eight categories. The awards program is supported by presenting sponsor PwC and supporting sponsor Bank of America.
“The depth and breadth of civic engagement by the winners of our Community Impact Awards is truly remarkable,” said Leslie Helm, executive editor of Seattle Business magazine. “Washington state is lucky to have so many corporations and nonprofits committing substantial talent and resources to improving the environment, training our workforce and addressing pressing issues in our community.”
Read more about the Community Impact Awards 2016 at seattlebusinessmag.com.
ABOUT SEATTLE BUSINESS
Seattle Business is a monthly magazine read by thousands of business executives across the state. Annual events tied to its editorial coverage include the Executive Excellence Awards, Leaders in Health Care Awards, Washington Manufacturing Awards, 100 Best Companies to Work For, Tech Impact Awards, Community Impact Awards and Family Business Awards. Seattle Business is owned by Minneapolis-based Tiger Oak Publications, which also publishes Seattle magazine, Seattle Bride magazine and more than 20 other leading regional magazines.
E & M Learning for Connected Collaborative Teaching and Learning Communities, 2015
Year Up won for its design and delivery of a number of courses, including the Career Ready Toolkit, Social Media Digital Footprint, and its preparatory Front-End Web Development course.
As with the Optimas Gold Award we won in 2014 from Workforce Magazine for executing on our E-&-M-Learning vision and strategy, we will also include this International award in all of our grant applications, marketing material and devo opportunities. Thanks to the Academic Directors for implementing and enabling this success.
About the IELA Awards
The International E-Learning Awards are given each year for the best work in e-learning, mobile learning, and blended learning, in two divisions: Academic and Business/Industry. All submissions are evaluated by the IELA Awards Committee, who look for a variety of attributes. These include, among others, educational soundness and effectiveness, usability, and overall significance.
Workforce Magazine Optimas Gold, 2014
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