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Eagle''s Nest Foundation average salary is $48,059, median salary is $52,062 with a salary range from $26,000 to $60,320.
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26,000
Average
48,059
Median
52,062
High
60,320
Total 2 Eagle''s Nest Foundation Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More Info
Spanish Teacher 39,437-60,320 Pisgah Forest, NC, 28768 2010 Eagle''s Nest Foundation Spanish Teacher Salaries (7)
Eagle''s Nest Foundation Pisgah Forest, NC Salaries
Assistant Director 26,000-30,900 Pisgah Forest, NC, 28768 2010 Eagle''s Nest Foundation Assistant Director Salaries (2)
Eagle''s Nest Foundation Pisgah Forest, NC Salaries
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  • Eagle's Nest Foundation
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Winston-Salem, NC
  • What's more, Eagle's Nest had already helped provide scholarships to many Summer Search student for over 10 years, and Summer Search even had a candidate who was specifically interested in spending a session at the Nest for the summer of 2005. And, perhaps most importantly for fundraising purposes, they would match all contributions we made towards the cost of tuition. This meant that every dollar we raised for the scholarship would be worth two dollars of tuition for a promising camper. Pairing Eagle's Nest with Summer Search, we decided, was too good to pass up,a match sanctioned by the Great...