South Carolina Nonprofit Jobs

South Carolina Nonprofit Jobs

  • Medical University of SC Foundation – Charleston, SC
  • Carolina Piedmont Foundation Inc – Spartanburg, SC
  • SPARTANBURG COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC – Spartanburg, SC
  • Big River Community Development Corporation, Inc – Winnsboro, SC
  • Springs Foundation Inc – Lancaster, SC
  • Faith & Prayer Warriors-Feed People Ministry of Georgetown S.C. – Georgetown, SC
  • Foundation For Hospice Care – Hilton Head Island, SC
  • The Charleston Promise Neighborhood – Charleston, SC
  • URBAN ACHIEVEMENTS FOR YOUTH EDUCATION – Union, SC
  • Brighter Day Charities, Inc. – Moncks Corner, SC
  • The Assembly of The Eagles Empowerment Church – Olar, SC
  • Power Life Family Concepts – Lexington, SC
  • SC Elks Charitable Trust – Mauldin, SC
  • Wardle Family Foundation – Saint Helena Island, SC
  • A Willmajami Foundation – Greenwood, SC
  • SC Technical College System Foundation – Columbia, SC
  • Coastal Education Foundation, Inc – Conway, SC
  • Believers Bible Institute Inc – Coward, SC
  • Naturaland Trust – Greenville, SC
  • The First Tee of Greater Charleston – Mount Pleasant, SC
  • EASTERN CAROLINA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, INC. – Florence, SC
  • Ekedahl Family Foundation Inc – Hilton Head Island, SC
  • Brooks Family Foundation – Johns Island, SC
  • James Byrnes F Foundation – Columbia, SC
  • Jayvee Foundation – West Union, SC
  • Columbia Pulse – Columbia, SC
  • Caring Adults Parents & Siblings of Lee County – Bishopville, SC
  • Judah Worship Ministries, Inc. – Columbia, SC
  • Evergreen Endeavors Inc – Mount Pleasant, SC
  • Charitable Trust For Viet – Anderson, SC
  • Brookland Foundation Incorporated – West Columbia, SC
  • LIFE ON STAGE PRODUCTIONS – North Charleston, SC
  • ELAUWIT COMMUNITY ENHANCEMENT FOUNDATION, LLC – Columbia, SC
  • Lipscomb Family Foundation – Columbia, SC
  • The Destiny International Foundation – Orangeburg, SC
  • Charitable Trust Management LLC – Greenville, SC
  • NEW MORNING FOUNDATION AND ADVOCATES FOR YOUTH – Columbia, SC
  • Bangs Family Foundation Attn Mr. Lawrence Bangs, President – Hilton Head Island, SC
  • The Foundation For Community Education – Bluffton, SC
  • Butterfly Foundation For Children Inc – Myrtle Beach, SC
  • OKORO OKEREKE FOUNDATION FOR HIGHER EDUC – Columbia, SC
  • The Bates Family Foundation – Mount Pleasant, SC
  • Flowers Family Foundation – Lexington, SC
  • Panther Family Foundation – Sunset, SC
  • RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY – Mount Pleasant, SC
  • Sterling Land Trust – Mauldin, SC
  • Grier Family Foundation – Greenville, SC
  • Good Samaritan Alliance – Easley, SC
  • Saint John’s Parish Berkely Trust – Mount Pleasant, SC
  • Women N Power Ministries – Hemingway, SC
  • Mike Muth Basketball Scholarship – Williamston, SC
  • William Lacombe – Beaufort, SC
  • Mt. Pilgrim Foundation, Inc. – Lugoff, SC
  • Greater Hope Life Ministries, Inc. – Kingstree, SC
  • Baker Charitable Trust – Columbia, SC
  • Frazier Family Foundation – Ravenel, SC
  • A Servants Touch Outreach and Support Mininstries – Santee, SC
  • Young Marathon Runner’s of America – Bradley, SC
  • Christian Credit Counseling – Georgetown, SC
  • Lakeside Ministries – Calhoun Falls, SC
  • Geospatial Administrators Association of SC – Conway, SC
  • Up State Family Foundation – Taylors, SC
  • One Voice Poetry – Charleston, SC
  • Carolina Can – Lexington, SC
  • Andrew Pickens Chapter of Cfnsba – Pickens, SC
  • Palmetto Institute – Columbia, SC
  • The Darby Family Foundation – Charleston, SC
  • South Carolina Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Alliance – Columbia, SC

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Whenever you attend an interview, remember that you are there because your prospective employer has already made an investment in calling you in. and really wants to hire you. Most people enter interview with negative preconceptions about their employers’ opinions and their own prospects, and ultimately bring about their own failures. Bringing such thoughts into an interview projects negative vibes, and signals a lack of enthusiasm and confidence to your employer. Always keep a positive outlook when walking into an interview.

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