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.

10 Social Services Careers That Aren’t Social Work


Are you hoping to help others in your career, but you’re not sure that social work is your cup of tea?  Check out these 10 industries and careers, which could be exactly what you’re looking for!

Human Resources HR …

By Kaitlynn Cull
Kaitlynn Cull Peer Coach Kaitlynn Cull
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Teach for America: What does 2019 hold for you?


Are you interested in challenging yourself in an impact-driven career? Putting your talents to work to disrupt inequity and create opportunity? Joining a powerful network of more than 50,000 leaders from all backgrounds and sectors?

Even if you’re not graduating …

By Nicholas Bragin
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Funding Alert: Study Abroad Scholarship Applications Open for Fall 2018!


Are you planning to study abroad in the fall of 2018?  Check out this funding opportunity from the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs!

If you’re a part of one of these programs…

21st Century …

By Kaitlynn Cull
Kaitlynn Cull Peer Coach Kaitlynn Cull
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Social Media as a Recruiting Tool

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Remember all those times when parents and teachers told you, “Be careful what you put on social media because employers could see that”? Well the time has come for those cautions to become reality. “The use of social media as a …

By Carrye Simmons
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7 Resources for Aspiring Social Workers


Are you interested in a career in social work? Are you earning a degree in social work from IU but you’re still hungry for more information?  Check out a few of these resources to help you explore social work!

The …

By Kaitlynn Cull
Kaitlynn Cull Peer Coach Kaitlynn Cull
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