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.

Join the COVID-19 HungerCorps (Through the UnitedWay and AmeriCorps)

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Want to help end hunger in your community? Join United Way of King County’s Part-Time COVID-19 HungerCorps Team and work to address food insecurity caused by the pandemic.

Program Overview
COVID-19 HungerCorps Member (Part-Time)
9/28/2020 – 3/26/2021 | 18 hours per …

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UW Human Resources seeking a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Intern

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UWHR is seeking a DEI Intern to work collaboratively with the Diversity Recruiter for the 2020-2021 Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters. The intern will be a part of a one year project to create a roadmap for a multi-year plan …

By Dawn Cheung
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Opportunities at non-profit startup Ameelio

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My name is Zo Orchingwa, and I’m a student at the Yale Law School and co-founder of Ameelio, a nonprofit startup committed to transforming prison communications with free technology, and incarcerating the U.S. through data-driven tools to reduce recidivism. We’re …

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UW Seattle Black Student Union- Through Our Eyes: The Black Student’s Experience on Campus on 9/03

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This event is an online discussion hosted by the UW Black Student Union. Students will share their experiences on what it is like to be a Black student on campus. You can find more information and additional workshops here: https://www.pr2ism.org/

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2020: The Course (offered this Fall)

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Course details:

The Course: https://www.washington.edu/uaa/academic-resources/2020-the-course/ 

Autumn 2020 LEAD 298
(1 credit)
SLN: 23601

Time schedule

Instructor: Professor Ed Taylor

Offered via remote learning

From a pandemic to economic fallout to dissent over race and policing, 2020 is sure to be …

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