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The culture in fundraising is awful. They have tried new structures for the last decade or more and all of them fail because they either do not understand or fail to respect the process of relationship-building and the time it takes to work a portfolio of donors. They will hound you weekly for your numbers, as if things miraculously change overnight, and you will lose faith in AHA as an organization worthy of donor support. Employees and donors are just a number. Bad place to build a career in philanthropy.

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Yearly and very political in IT.

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Cold no longer fit the teaching into my schedule

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I do not look forward going to work.

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I would do a better job of organizing information about events and opportunities offered by our organization.

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Prepare for a behavioral interview process

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Ebbs and flows, but lots of nights, weekends, and early mornings.

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How flexible are you with scheduling classes

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Panel screening and background

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