To Make Sandtown whole...


We believe in the holistic approach grounded in principles of empowerment, human rights, inclusion, social justice, self-determination, and collective action (Kenny, 2007). Community development considers community members to be experts in their lives and communities and values community knowledge and wisdom.

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Job Opportunities

President-Elect Joe Biden – Vice President Elect-Kamala Harris Administration

Political Appointments 
The application portal for those interested in serving in a political appointment in the Biden-Harris administration is now live. Opportunities include positions on advisory boards, commissions, councils, and boards. Learn more.

Federal Employment

Explore vacancies advertised by public and private universities in Maryland. Employment opportunities are listed on the following pages:

Outreach Program Assistant [2]
$23.00 Hourly
Pratt Library Branch
Job Type
The Pratt Library is looking for talented and motivated candidates for
the position of Outreach Programming Assistant for dynamic community
engagement in an outreach capacity at our Pennsylvania avenue branch.

Our Partners

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Networking Opportunities

Virtual DesignFest 2021: Applications Now Open!
Your organization is invited to apply to the 4th Annual DesignFest, a partnership between the T. Rowe Price Foundation and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), in March 2021. This year’s DesignFest will be a virtual event that brings together designers and Baltimore nonprofit organizations to create design solutions that help social change organizations achieve their missions. Teams of volunteer designers will work with grassroots nonprofits to prototype logo designs, website updates, branding strategies, and more. Each participating organization will engage in a creative brainstorming session with their design team to identify solutions to their selected challenge. Application Deadline: December 21. Learn more and apply!


Survey: An Examination of the Leadership Frames and Styles of Nonprofit Leaders During the Time of COVID-19
This web-based survey is designed to gather data on nonprofit leaders in order to identify the perceived leadership frames and leadership styles of what nonprofit leaders exhibit when faced with a crisis. During these unprecedented times, many nonprofit organizations are often on the front lines assisting those who are impacted the most in the midst of this global pandemic. In order to be effective, leadership styles play an important role in fulfilling the nonprofits various missions, visions, and overarching goals. To access the survey please click here. If the survey does not open automatically, please copy and paste the following link to your internet browser’s address bar.:


AmeriCorps State Grant Opportunities Info Session – February 25th
AmeriCorps places thousands of people into intensive service positions in nonprofit organizations nationwide. On 2/25, find out what the AmeriCorps is, how AmeriCorps members meet critical community needs in Maryland, and how your organization can engage with AmeriCorps in this one-hour “boot-camp” presented by the Maryland Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism. Register.


New Executive Director Roundtable – The First Five Years
The Nonprofit Executive Director Roundtable is a supportive space for leaders to share their challenges in a confidential setting.  Being a nonprofit executive director/CEO can be one of the most rewarding, yet stressful jobs – especially when you are a new organization.  Providing leadership for the board and for the staff can leave the executive director without peers within an organization, which can be isolating. Whether it’s boards, staff, development, strategy, time management, or succession planning – share with peers your most pressing concerns while finding new avenues for collaboration and innovation. Register.