- American Student Assistance – Internships (Boston, MA)
- Artis – Winter Internship (Available Now) (New York, NY)
- Corporate Accountability International – Non-Profit Administration Intern (Boston, MA)
- Grant Space Knowledge Base – Resource
- Great Oaks Charter School – Tutor Corps (Post-Graduate Fellowship 2013 – 2014; Applications accepted on a rolling basis.) (Newark, NJ)
- The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award – Grant (Sponsored by National Grid) (Application deadline January 18, 2013) (Global – You Choose Location))
- AmeriCorps – Louisiana Bucket Brigade (Post-Graduate) (Louisiana)
- Purpose – Strategy Internship in Social Entrepreneurship (Summer) (New York, NY)
- Social Entrepreneurship as a Career Choice – Resource (Article)
- Zipongo – Marketing/Creative Writing Internship (San Francisco, CA)
American Student Assistance – Internships (Boston, MA)
Intern for a private nonprofit whose public purpose mission is to empower students and alumni to successfully manage and repay their college loan debt. Multiple internships are available to work with content creation, interactive design and market research. Bilingual? Language skills are also a plus.
Artis – Winter Internship (Available Now) (New York, NY)
Artis, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that supports and promotes contemporary visual artists from Israel internationally, seeks an intern to assist with the daily operations of a contemporary art non-profit; for immediate hire. Gain a wide range of experience in arts administration and nonprofit management working closely with 3 staff members.
Corporate Accountability International – Non-Profit Administration Intern (Boston, MA)
Take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission, including the Think Outside the Bottle and Public Water Works! Campaigns to challenge corporate control of water, the Value [the] Meal campaign to challenge corporate abuse of our food, and the campaign to Challenge Big Tobacco.
Grant Space Knowledge Base – Resource ()
Great overview of careers and opportunities in nonprofit sector, hosted by The Foundation Center.
Great Oaks Charter School – Tutor Corps (Post-Graduate Fellowship) (Newark, NJ)
The Great Oaks Tutor Corps is an intense one-year Urban Education Fellowship designed to close the achievement gap one student at a time. A highly selective full-time service year for recent college graduates, the Corps members work in a startup charter school on the front lines of education reform in Newark.
The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award – Fellowship (Sponsored by National Grid) (Global (You Choose Location))
The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award provides a $10,000 stipend for a graduating college senior to pursue one year of public service anywhere in the world. The award allows recipients to engage in a meaningful public service activity for one year before proceeding on to graduate school or a career.
AmeriCorps – Louisiana Bucket Brigade (Post-Graduate) (Louisiana)
Work closely with Lieutenant Governor’s Office of Social Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurs of New Orleans (SENO) to receive mentoring and pursue funding opportunities. Hold discussions with solar power and green jobs organizations and companies to create synergistic relationships for the communities.
Purpose – Strategy Internship in Social Entrepreneurship (Summer) (New York, NY)
Purpose creates 21st century movements to help solve some of the world’s biggest problems. Help to develop and execute Purpose movements and corporate partner initiatives, from strategy and ideation through testing and implementation. Work with multidisciplinary teams of strategists, technologists and interaction designers.
Social Entrepreneurship as a Career Choice – Resource (Article) ()
David C. Hodgson, co-founder and board chairman of Echoing Green and managing director at General Atlantic, provides his perspective on careers in social entrepreneurship – why opportunities are increasing and why it matters.
Zipongo – Marketing/Creative Writing Internship (San Francisco, CA)
Help with the execution of social media, blogging, and overall marketing and content strategy. Our ideal candidate thrives in a fast-moving, startup environment, has a personal interest in health and wellness, and is passionate about Zipongo’s mission of decreasing the prevalence of chronic disease globally.
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