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 Public Administration | | Will Hull, MPA
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    Homeward Bound

    Life Events

    I am extremely happy to announce that I am moving back to my hometown of Reno, Nevada on or before February 1, 2012. Let the adventure begin.

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    In Search of a Job in the Government / Public Sector? Please Hold…

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    I happen to agree with the dean of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and the director of the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs who contend “that the government continues to drive away a majority of graduate degree holders” in the recent Washington Post opinion article, “The federal government is still too slow to […]

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    Adventures in Facebook Advertising

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Today, as I recently revealed that I am moving, I decided to think outside the box and try something new, in an effort to get the attention of hiring managers in the San Diego, California area. I placed an advertisement on Facebook and targeted it specifically to people within a twenty-five mile radius of San […]

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    A SoCal State of Mind

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Recently, my wife was offered a position with a school district in Southern California. This means that I will be relocating with my family back to the West Coast by the middle of July, 2011. Fortunately, my employer offered to let me stay on and work remotely while they find my replacement to work in […]

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    Preserving the Public Good over the Individual’s Self-Interest

    General Thoughts, Nonprofit Communications

    You may have read elsewhere on this site that I have two young children at home. One, a toddler, the other, a five month-old infant. My wife and I were discussing the topic of the natural state of humans by witnessing the behaviors of our children this morning. This quickly turned to a brief discussion […]

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    I Have Accepted a New Position: I’m Going Fishing with KeepAmericaFishing.org

    Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    Today, I write with fantastic news. I have accepted a new position with the American Sportfishing Association as Web Manager of KeepAmericaFishing.org. In short, this position includes the “day to day responsibility for implementing and coordinating the content, design and functionality of KeepAmericaFishing.org [Web site].” I will be implementing online fundraising, advocacy, e-marketing, search engine […]

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    Deciding on a Nonprofit-focused Master’s Degree Program

    Nonprofit Communications

    Today, thanks to Heather Mansfield, who runs the Twitter NonprofitOrgs profile, I came across a great article that I would like to share with you. Entitled, “Setting the Record Straight about Nonprofit-Focused Graduate Degrees” by Nonprofit Leadership 601. This is a great article that explains the subtle differences in nonprofit-focused master’s degree programs. I chose […]

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    Increasingly, Incurably, Optimistic

    General Thoughts, Life Events

    My appologies. It has been some time since I last posted an article to my blog. Last week I was in San Diego, CA with my family visiting relatives. This event was planned well before I parted company with United Cerebral Palsy and it was better to proceed with the trip and recharge the batteries […]

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    A Chance in a Million – The Front Fell Off

    General Thoughts

    I normally don’t post many humorous things here on this blog, but I felt that this one was necessary as it relates to how important regulations are in the modern era and how much this relates to the BP incident in the Gulf of Mexico. Rules and regulations are something that we often take for […]

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    Job Search: Anxiety, Insecurity or Doing the Right Things?

    General Thoughts

    I just read this article entitled, “Day in the Life of a Successful Job Seeker” at Careerealism and it got me thinking. Have I been doing many of the things listed here that are considered “activities proven to be worst use of time for job seekers?” I certainly have been combing the job boards on […]

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    Interview Question: Why the Nonprofit Sector?

    General Thoughts, Life Events, Nonprofit Communications

    By now, I hope that it is apparent that I am actively searching for a new job. In April, due to organizational restructuring, I left United Cerebral Palsy. I have been doing a lot of thinking and everyday, I have been efficiently using my time to search for a new job/career through sites like BradTraverse.com, […]

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    Résumé Update

    General Thoughts, Life Events

    A couple of events have happened to me recently. Graduation from graduate school being one of them, I decided it was time to update my résumé to modernize it as well as reflect the goals I have now that I hold a Masters degree in Public Administration. Recently, I came across an e-newsletter from Doostang […]

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    Measuring Performance, ROI and The Production Line

    Nonprofit Communications

    What mortality/injury rate is acceptable to meet safety standards in the quality of our roadway infrastructure? In our cars? In the products we use everyday? The homes and buildings we occupy? The toys we let our children play with? With the recent introductions of Data.gov, Recovery.gov under the Barack Obama Administration and the Program Assessment […]

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    Government Agencies Are Now Free to Engage in Social Media

    New Media

    Originally restricted by the confines of the Paperwork Reduction Act, the Obama Administration, through the Office of Management and Budget, recently released a memorandum to all federal agencies that affirmed an original memorandum issued by President Obama on January 21, 2009 calling for “a system of transparency, public participation, and collaboration” as part of the […]

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