Finding your passion through volunteering is exciting. It can also be transformational, rewarding, and empowering to all involved. But the best news? It can actually become part (if not all) of your career focus! There are many ways to stay engaged with social impact as you prepare for your future career. Check out the following resources as you get started in your job and internship search:
This platform for all levels of social impact jobs. You’ll notice the search bar at the top of the page, which makes it easy to search for keywords surrounding topics that you’re passionate about.
The Kelley Institute for Social Impact connects with Bloomington community partners and international organizations to provide opportunities for Indiana University students. Local internships are available during the school year and international internships are available during the summer.
The Bridgespan Group is known for its management consulting for philanthropic organizations. However, it also sponsors a job board to help connect people to opportunities – from serving on a board to full-time employment.
Net Impact is a national organization that focuses on using business for positive impact. It operates on the collegiate level with chapters for undergraduate and graduate student involvement, and its job board aims to make searching for internships and full-time jobs easy for everyone.
This network includes more than 40,000 people from 180 countries. It offers a variety of career solutions, including a daily newsletter of opportunities.