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.

Community Scholars Program Opportunity!

Community Scholars Program Opportunity!

The housing crisis. Systemic racism. The climate crisis. The challenges facing our society are not only becoming more complex, but more urgent. And it won’t be solved in just a few years. It’s going to take the entire careers of …

By Melinda Gilliam (She/Her)
Melinda Gilliam (She/Her) Career Coach Melinda Gilliam (She/Her)
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Pursuing Social Justice Through Service

Pursuing Social Justice Through Service
Pursuing Social Justice Through Service

Are you interested in making an impact after graduation? Learn how you can begin your career in social justice, serve , and gain transferable skills. Connect with alumni …

By Melinda Gilliam (She/Her)
Melinda Gilliam (She/Her) Career Coach Melinda Gilliam (She/Her)
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3 Reasons You Should Work for a Nonprofit (shared article from The Muse)

3 Reasons You Should Work for a Nonprofit (shared article from The Muse)

Are you interested in working for a non-profit? Maybe you’re considering what benefits accompany a career in non-profit work. In an article through The Muse, Rebecca Andruszka shares 3 Reasons You Should Work for a Nonprofit.

(SHARED ARTICLE FROM THE …

By Melinda Gilliam (She/Her)
Melinda Gilliam (She/Her) Career Coach Melinda Gilliam (She/Her)
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Pursuing Social Justice Through Service: A panel with Peace Corps, City Year and Teach for America

Pursuing Social Justice Through Service: A panel with Peace Corps, City Year and Teach for America

Are you interested in making an impact after graduation?

3pm on Wednesday December 2nd: Peace Corps, City Year and Teach for America will cohost a information session and panel discussion about service opportunities available to UW graduates.

Learn how you …

By Brian Bartley
Brian Bartley UW Stratigic Recruiter
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Fellowship Roles for Global Health Corps – Non-profit (Shared from Global Health Corps)

Fellowship Roles for Global Health Corps - Non-profit (Shared from Global Health Corps)

Are you looking for an opportunity to work with a global non-profit? You may consider learning more about opportunities with Global Health Corps.

The intersecting challenges of 2020 have underscored the importance of empathetic, collaborative leadership in protecting global health. 

By Melinda Gilliam (She/Her)
Melinda Gilliam (She/Her) Career Coach Melinda Gilliam (She/Her)
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