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Apr
09

Career Blitz: Non-Profit & Common Good

 CAREER BLITZ: Non-Profit & Common Good Careers

TOPICS INCLUDE:

 1. TODAY! Doing Better Than ‘No Harm’ – Dr. Chloe Schwenke – 4/9/12 – 4:30 PM (Collis Common Ground)
2. Campus Leadership Opportunity! Become a Student Director or Foundation Intern with Tucker!
3. College Access Coordinator (Entry Level) – AmeriCorps VISTA (Philadelphia) – DEADLINE: 4/20/12
4. Program Associate (Africa) – Conflict Prevention & Peace Forum (Entry Level) – DEADLINE: 4/30/12
5. Disability Rights Internship – Human Rights Watch (Summer)(New York)
6. What is a non-profit? (Web Resource) – Independent Sector
7. “5 Simple Ways for Supporting Young Nonprofit Professionals at Work” (Web Article)

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1. TODAY! Doing Better Than ‘No Harm’ – Dr. Chloe Schwenke – 4/9/12 – 4:30 PM (Collis Common Ground)
Thinking about a career in foreign policy or international development? Attend a lecture by Dr. Chloe Schwenke, Senior Advisor on Democracy, Human Rights and Governance and on LGBT policy at the Africa Bureau of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). http://bit.ly/I6rRrc

2. Campus Leadership Opportunity! Become a Student Director or Foundation Intern with Tucker!
Build skills and gain experience by taking on a campus leadership position. Tucker Foundation provides students with varying opportunities to develop communication and leadership skills (highly sought after in post-graduate opportunities). http://bit.ly/HseRdH

3. College Access Coordinator (Entry Level) – AmeriCorps VISTA (Philadelphia) – DEADLINE: 4/20/12
Take an active part in making higher education accessible through Temple University’s Community Learning Network. Coordinator will design and implement training programs, collaborate with community partners, and develop assessment and evaluation efforts. http://bit.ly/HsgKqx

4. Program Associate (Africa) – Conflict Prevention & Peace Forum (Entry Level) – DEADLINE: 4/30/12
Program Associate will provide research support to UN decision-makers relating to conflict prevention in Africa. Familiarity with Africa and French language skills strongly preferred. http://bit.ly/IbWjvq

5. Disability Rights Internship – Human Rights Watch (Summer)(New York)
Conduct research on issues relating to disability rights and develop varying skills in global advocacy for persons with disabilities. Internship is part-time and unpaid, but hours are flexible and more time is preferred. http://bit.ly/I6GkU8

6. What is a non-profit? (Web Resource) – Independent Sector
Many folks hear the words “non-profit” but are unsure as to what the really means. Independent Sector is a leadership network for non-profits, foundations, and corporate giving programs that advances common good in the United States. http://bit.ly/HWHHEv

7. “5 Simple Ways for Supporting Young Nonprofit Professionals at Work” (Web Article)
Rosetta Thurman, author of a well-known non-profit blog shares wonderful insight regarding support for younger workers. Take these tips to heart! http://bit.ly/HsgmdC

 

Permanent link to this article: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~careerblog/2012/04/career-blitz-non-profit-common-good-3/

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