Nonprofit Career Week – Feb. 12-15, 2018

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If you’re passionate about social change and political movements, don’t miss Nonprofit Career Week: Feb. 12-15. Meet with alumni working for think tanks with various viewpoints, network with local and national nonprofits hiring interns, find out how to work in education without teaching, and connect at the Nonprofit Internship and Career Fair on Feb. 15.

Claim your spot one of all of these events on Handshake by searching “nonprofit” in the events section. https://jhu.joinhandshake.com/event

What is the Nonprofit and Government Career Academy?

The Nonprofit and Government Academy is a community of those committed to issues of politics, policy, security, environmental stewardship, and advocacy in the United States and internationally. Our network includes professionals from the Peace Corps, Center for American Progress, United Way, and more, and helps students navigate often complicated paths to success.

Each academy has an employer relations and student career development staffer dedicated to connecting students with top companies and industry-specific knowledge. They work with a community of employers, alumni, faculty and parents in various arts, media and humanities industries who provide professional business insights and connections so you graduate “career ready” for your field. Choose this academy as a Career Interest in Handshake to get involved.

Think Tank Careers: Change Your World

Use your research and communication skills to impact policy to make a difference! Join these and other alumni panelists to discuss issues including free-market approaches to emerging technologies and poverty alleviation.

Join speakers including alum:

  • Ann Hobson – Associate Fellow at the R Street Institute
  • Eliza Schultz, Research Assistant for the Poverty to Prosperity Program at American Progres

More information to come.

*Food to be provided

Education Careers Beyond the Classroom

Just because you love mentorship/teaching doesn’t mean you’re destined for life in the classroom! Think outside the box to consider careers in education reform, gamifying educational resources with emerging technologies, international development, etc.

More information to come.

*Food to be provided

Finding Your Passion: Nonprofit Networking Lunch

Join nonprofit professionals to discuss the many missions, visions, and values that drive change-makers to serve the public good in Baltimore! Organizations to include City Year, Reading Partners, etc.

More information to come.

*Food to be provided

Nonprofit Careers and Opportunities Fair

February 15, 11:00am-3pm, Glass Pavilion

Employers to Include:

  • Baltimore Museum of Art
  • City Year
  • Keswick Multicare Resources
  • Merit Health Leadership Academy
  • Reading Partners
  • The Intersection
  • Thread

*More information to come.