The Florence Belsky Charitable Foundation seeks to connect its advisors with opportunities within its network.

Here you can find jobs being offered and a request for services to be rendered.



Advisor Marie Shultis wants to help you close that deal and make some sales.


Advisor and World Class Chess Coach Ilya Figler wants to make sure your skills are never put in check.


Advisor Ellen Wolff has launched her new photography venture and she wants you to give her a call!

From advisor Mitch Ditkoff:

Advisor Mitch Ditkoff facilitates  brainstorming sessions for organizations of all types, including those  who are struggling with fundraising. It’s kind of a marketing paradox — because the organizations who need my services the most often have budgetary constraints which preclude them from bringing me in.  That being said, there is always a way, i.e.:
1. Sometimes I discount my fee, based on my interest in the organization and my own schedule.
2. I am open to barter (i.e one client paid us in restaurant coupons!).
3. Sometimes, I can send other people from Idea Champions — and can charge the client a lower fee
4.  Organizations can seek out sponsors who will pay my fee, as their gesture of support to the organization.
5. I pay a 10% referral fee to anyone who introduces me to a company that becomes a client. (So… one way for you to fundraise for any of the organizations you support is to refer me to companies who need my services — and then you donate your 10% commission

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The Pennsylvania Legislative Correspondents’ Association offers a summer internship program at the state Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa.

The 2017 summer internship application period is now open.

The 10-week program for two interns consists of rotations at the following publications: The Allentown Morning Call,, LNP Media Group, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pennlive/Patriot-News.

Interns will assist reporters covering the state budget and report on committee hearings and other political and policy stories in a fast-paced news environment. Interns are expected to pitch their own ideas as well as take assignments on a variety of subjects. Depending on assignment, interns may be required to shoot videos and photos with their phones or other equipment. We are seeking candidates who can produce their own stories, whether writing quickly for the web on a breaking news event or turning around longer enterprise pieces.

Applicants should be college juniors or seniors or graduate students.

Start dates are flexible, but interns are expected to complete the full 10-week program, working five days a week except for July 4. Occasional evening or weekend work may be necessary.

Pay is $500 per week. Interns are expected to provide their own laptops and cell phones. (A small stipend will be provided to offset phone costs.)

Preference is given to students who plan to pursue a career in journalism covering politics and government, though former interns have gone on to cover a wide array of beats at news organizations around the country.

The deadline to apply for the 2017 summer internship is Feb. 15.

Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and six-to-eight published clips to internship coordinator Karen Langley @

For more info, visit