Coming Spring 2020
Bring Your Skills and Experience to Managerial and Professional
Careers in the Connecticut Nonprofit Sector
Retooling & Launching in Spring 2020
For nearly 10 years Encore!Hartford and Encore!Fairfield County has assisted nearly 150 corporate professionals move into nonprofit careers. See our Track Record. We are now retooling the program for a Spring 2020 relaunch to meet the future needs of Connecticut.
New Saturday Immersion Class Design
A traditional weekday morning program for the last ten years, we are redesigning the program to fit into a Saturday/online format to allow individuals with varying goals (immediate employment, engaged volunteering in retirement, and for those planning a career change in the future, but are currently working.) to engage and benefit from this nationally recognized nonprofit career program.
The core focus of Encore!Connecticut remains to assist corporate and public sector professionals transition their skill-sets and experience into successful professional and managerial opportunities (paid and/or volunteer) in the Connecticut nonprofit sector. The program is designed to leverage your professional experience and prepare you for life in the nonprofit arena, whether it is as a strongly engaged volunteer or an employee.
Encore!Connecticut is for you if you seek to:
- Immediately move from a corporate or public sector position to a full or part-time nonprofit position
- Prepare for moving into nonprofit work and a position in the future, but are currently employed
- If you are retiring and seeking to have a strong impact in a volunteer position or consulting work with nonprofits
Tracie Cloutier discusses her Encore!Connecticut experience.
IN THE MEDIA
Read about the work of Encore!Hartford in the following articles:
Hartford Courant: A Career Bridge
Forbes Magazine: Writing New Chapters
Forbes Magazine: Nonprofits...Are You Ready to Make the Switch?
Greenwich Times: Older Jobless Can Create New Careers
Hartford Business Journal: Encore!Hartford Eases Path for Jobless Executives
Hartford Business Journal: Elson’s Rocky Trek to Job Nirvana
New York Times: How to Profit Modestly by Moving to a Nonprofit
Encore!Hartford is featured in the following publications:
Sampling of Corporate to Nonprofit Full-Time Hires
|Chief Administrative Officer Youth||Donor Relations Manager Social Service|
|Chief Human Resources Officer Housing||Economic Security Manager Poverty|
|Chief Human Services Officer Health||Executive Director Advocacy|
|Chief Marketing Officer Disabled||Executive Director Elderly|
|Community Engagement Poverty||Executive Director At-Risk Youth|
|Community Engagement Faith-based||Executive Director Community Development|
|Community Network Builder Hunger||Family Liaison Coordinator Youth|
|Development Associate Justice||Family Self Sufficiency Manger Housing|
|Development Coordinator Domestic Violence||Housing Development Manager Housing|
|Director of Development Literacy||Manager of Research Public Safety|
|Director of Development Social Justice||Managing Director Arts|
|Director of Development Poverty||Marketing Manager Social Enterprise|
|Director of Finance Youth Intervention||Mentor/Consultant Social Enterprise|
|Director of Programs Youth Education||Nonprofit Consultant Development|
|Director of School Services Hunger||Organizational Development Health|
|Director of Strategic Planning Health||Outreach Manager Arts|
|Youth Counselor At-Risk Youth|