Welcome to the Nonprofit, Social Justice, and Education interest community!

Members of this community are interested in careers that support, teach, advocate for diverse populations including members of underrepresented communities, young adults, and children. People who pursue careers in nonprofits, social justice, and education collaborate well with diverse groups, are adaptable, and have outstanding communication skills. Examples of career pathways include (but are not limited to): Early childhood and K-12 educator, counselor, volunteer coordinator, victim advocate, academic adviser, community organizer, and fundraising manager.

Student Teaching Jobs with Pipeline: Applications Due October 15!

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If you are interested in elementary education and want to experience what it is like to work at an elementary school in Seattle then consider applying to the America Reads with Pipeline program before October 15th!

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Undergraduate Community-Based Internships: Multiple Paid Internships for UW Students! Apply Today!

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The Carlson Leadership & Public Service Center is excited to announce the application period for Undergraduate Community-Based Internships (UCBI). If you are interested in working with nonprofit and public sector organizations, please read on —

UCBI is a paid internship …

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Fall Nonprofit Expo at the HUB! October 16th!

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Fall Nonprofit Expo
Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
11 a.m.-1 p.m.
HUB North Ballroom

You and your colleagues are invited to the Fall Nonprofit Expo! Join the excitement at this free event open to the entire campus community.

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Turning a cause you care about into a career

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As a student, it can be difficult to see the connections between the causes you care about or places you volunteer and your career path. You may have heard people tell you that your social justice work isn’t a real …

By Caitlin Goldbaum
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Career Conversation – One Journey in the Policy, Government, and Non-Profit Fields

Career Conversation

Who is our interviewee?

Rich Williams is an Officer for Pew’s Project on Student Borrower Success where he specializes in evidence-based research and policy development aimed at reducing the number of student loan borrowers that are delinquent or in default …

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