250 Votes In 32 Days

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Mission Main Street Grants® is a grant program by Chase to award twenty (20) small businesses with grants of $100,000 and in an unusual twist for our field, the program is open to for-profit businesses only. As such, I’ve submitted an application for The Venture Platform and I need your help to reach the program’s initial threshold of obtaining 250 unique votes before June 19, 2015. Once we reach that goal, …

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Loads Of New Openings!


Simply put, interns are fantastic! And thanks to some intern powered efforts, there are a slew of new openings posted at Adaptistration Jobs. In addition to the additional listings, we have a few extra surprises up our sleeve: Take a moment to see what’s new and know that we’re going to be releasing a string of additional new features over the next few weeks. Let’s see if we can make Adaptistration …

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A Stark Reminder About The Importance Of Transparency And Ethics

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The 5/12/2015 edition of BlouinARTINFO Blogs published an article by Larry Blumenfeld that examines (h/t Thomas Cott) a recent instance of nonprofit governance abuse for personal gain. The details are worth your time but one overarching item in particular that stands out in sea of conflict of interest driven misconduct Blumenfeld chronicles was a decision by one of the nonprofit organizations involved to amend its bylaws so as to accommodate the …

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When You Put It Like That…

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It never ceases to amaze just how much one can miss at any given concert event; especially when it comes to the perspective of concert-goers that haven’t grown up with musical training or steeped in the nuances of classical music culture. To that end, Chattanooga Symphony concertmaster and Neo Classical author, Holly Mulcahy, decided to walk a few miles in their shoes in order to answer questions and stay grounded (the …

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Aaron Copland Composed The Score For A 1939 Suburbia Propaganda Film. Who Knew?

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The 5/9/2015 e-newsletter from Curbed.com included an article by Marni Epstein-Mervis about the ongoing propaganda war between proponents for suburban and urban lifestyles. One of the focal points in the article is a YouTube video of a 1939 film they assert “launched America’s debate about the suburbs” and although fascinating in its own right for a host of reasons, the item which came across like a ton of unexpected bricks is …

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