Education, Non-Profit & Social Services

Education, nonprofit, and social services is a career community focused on serving the public interest through direct work with students, communities large and small, and clients from all ages and walks of life.

Get Non-Profit News with Charitable Advisors!

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Are you looking for opportunities in Central Indiana in the non-profit sector?  Check out Charitable Advisors, an Indianapolis-based newsletter that can keep you up to date with all the happenings in the local non-profit sector!

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By Kaitlynn Cull
Kaitlynn Cull Peer Coach Kaitlynn Cull
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Classroom opportunities with Urban Teachers

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Are you curious about: a career in education, making an impact on young people, and continuing to move the needle on effective and well-rounded education in this country? Are you also looking for a meaningful and lucrative full-time career that …

By Nicholas Bragin
Nicholas Bragin Associate Director, Employer Relations Nicholas Bragin
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Grant Writing—Where Do I Start?

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Whether you’re an undergraduate who’s aiming for non-profit work in the future or a PhD student who needs research funding, grant writing is a skill you will likely need to develop across your career. If this is your first time …

By Aaron Brutkiewicz
Aaron Brutkiewicz Graduate Intern & Career Coach Aaron Brutkiewicz
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2018 Arts Event Calendar: Try One, Try All!

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The Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District, better known as BEAD, is a one stop shop (or website) for all your artsy needs while in Bloomington. From upcoming events, to locations, to general information; the BEAD website is a compilation of …

By Carrye Simmons
Carrye Simmons Peer Coach Carrye Simmons
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IU offers partners with State Department to offer Diplomacy Lab

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Indiana University piloted the Diplomacy Lab in Fall 2016 in a small cohort of courses. To date, IU Diplomacy Lab has sponsored 14 courses involving over 200 IUB students. Over the course of a semester, faculty leaders guide students in …

By Nicholas Bragin
Nicholas Bragin Associate Director, Employer Relations Nicholas Bragin
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