Jobs for Change: Towards a Non-Profit Career

Lori Halley 15 May 2009 0 comments

Just in time for a fresh crop of job-seeking graduates, Change.org has launched Jobs for Change. It's a new listing service that aims to hook up job-seekers in the United States with career opportunities in the nonprofit, government, and social enterprise sectors.

Nonprofit job listings at the hub are organized by category:

  • Activism & Organizing
  • Communications & PR
  • Graphic Design
  • Education & Training
  • Event Planning
  • Fundraising & Development
  • Management
  • Public Policy & Research
  • Social Services
  • Administration
  • Software Development
  • Editing & Writing
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Legal
  • Project Management
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Other 

Career advice is available in a question-and-answer section as well as through practical articles from advisors Zach Knowling, Danny Moldovan, Meghan Oakley, Erin O'Connor Jones, Ellen Reeves, and Rosetta Thurman. Keep an eye on new and featured job listings by following @jobsforchange on Twitter, or by visiting the website at jobs.change.org.

Jobs for Change is directed specifically to Americans, but others looking for a job in the non-profit sector might check out CharityVillage as a starting point in Canada; Third Sector Jobs in the UK; and Idealist.org for career opportunities worldwide.

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Published Friday, 15 May 2009 at 2:59 PM

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