Opportunity for Alaska nonprofit and tribal leadersLeaders of Alaska nonprofit organizations and tribes are invited to apply for a 2023 Sabbatical Award. The program provides leaders time away to rest, reflect and rejuvenate.
Foundation names 2022 sabbatical awardeesLeaders of five Alaska nonprofit organizations and a federally recognized tribe have been named as recipients of a 2022 Rasmuson Foundation Sabbatical Award.
Opportunity for Alaska leaders to refresh, reflect and growApplications for a Rasmuson Foundation 2022 sabbatical award are due Sept. 15. This is a unique opportunity for Alaska-based nonprofit and tribal executives to take time away from the office.
Foundation announces 2021 Sabbatical AwardsLeaders of three Alaska nonprofit organizations and a tribal housing entity soon will enjoy more time for family and a chance to decompress. Meet the 2021 Sabbatical Award recipients.
Foundation announces 2020 Sabbatical Award recipientsLeaders of five Alaska nonprofit organizations and two tribal governments have been named as recipients of a 2020 Rasmuson Foundation Sabbatical Award.
Time to renew, gain insight, reflectWe are sharing this post by Kawerak Inc., the nonprofit Alaska Native corporation for the Nome region, announcing a new program to reward long-term employees with longevity leave. And remember, we are accepting applications for our Sabbatical Program through Sept. 15.
Tribal leader, radio station manager among 2019 sabbatical recipientsTime to think. Time to reconnect with friends and family. Time to let your organization grow — without you. Leaders of five Alaska nonprofit organizations will get that treasured time through a 2019 Rasmuson Foundation Sabbatical Award.
Seven Nonprofit Executives Selected for Sabbatical Program$275,500 awarded for the 2018 Sabbatical Program.
How Michelle DeWitt’s Sabbatical Saved her from BurnoutRead today's post about what Michelle Dewitt learned from her time on Sabbatical and visit the grant page for more information about eligibility. The deadline for applications for the 2017 Sabbatical Program is October 1.
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