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It’s been a great 2017 so far, with lots of projects completed, and more on the horizon. Here’s a brief recap:   Projects we’ve recently finished Mixed Blood Theatre– Safe at Home We managed marketing and audience logistics for this site-specific theater production, staged at the St. Paul Saints...

With two searches running simultaneously, I’ve read a lot of cover letters lately. Based on that, here are some tips to increase the odds that you’ll make it to the first round of interviews. Presumably, if you’ve gotten this far, you’ve decided that you’ve found your...

In part 2, Robin will talk about how to write a cover letter and resume to get the job of your dreams but first, let's make sure it really is the job of your dreams. The best advice I can give to anyone seeking a job...

In short, it was fantastic, and I highly recommend it. Pro tip: it helped immensely to delete the Facebook and Twitter apps from my phone. By spending less time on social media, here’s what happened: I have WAY more time to do more productive and/or enjoyable things,...

Turnover at the top can be a scary time for nonprofits. This is especially the case for founding directors and artistic leaders, since the personalities of the director and the organization can get intertwined. However, it’s an opportunity to re-examine structure and strategies, emerging in...