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To be considered for an entry-level professional position, a bachelor's degree is required. While work experience is an asset, it is not Page 24 a prerequisite to working for the Scouts. Most professionals start as district executives, who are responsible for all the scouting activities in a designated geographical area. The district executive recruits, guides, trains, motivates, and inspires all the volunteer leaders. Initial pay starts at about $25,000; district executives are also given a car.
They are filled by people who are friends or acquaintances of people who are already working for the organization or are known by the organization. Through volunteering and internships, you can begin to meet people who may be in a position to help you find a job. · Certain periodicals on nonprofit and humanitarian works have listings of jobs and internships in addition to news and feature articles on the latest developments, conferences, and grants. You can get a better picture of your employment marketplace by looking at the Non-Profit Times, the Chronicle of Philanthropy, and Foundation News.
Marla came to Minneapolis with experience in managing a medical clinic in California. Shortly after her arrival in the city, she was volunteering at a community center, helping senior citizens with Medicare forms and insurance forms. One month later, she was offered a job planning programs for the elderly at the center. This job did not offer much contact with people, but Marla's next job with a nutrition program for seniors gave her the opportunity to be a counselor and to train older people to be peer counselors.