Making a Living Making a Difference


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Don't miss out on this opportunity to take part in the MSPS Workshop Series! This program will teach selected students the core concepts on non-profit management. If you're interested in working in the non-profit you don't want to miss this opportunity!

The application deadline is Monday, November 17th! Apply now!

Contact with questions.

Check out our community page!

Did you know that the Making a Living Making a Difference initiative has a new webpage? This page will serve as a platform for students, alumni, and employers to gain information about all of the programming going on for the MALMAD community. If you haven't seen it already, go check it out on the Career Center's website!


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Government & Non-Profit Career Expo

Mark your calendars for the Government & Non-Profit Expo at Georgetown University on February 13th. The Expo will be held from 10am-3pm. Keep an eye out for future announcements regarding registration and transportation!
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Articles & Other Resources

Do's and Don'ts of Networking

Are you intimidated by the thought of networking? Are you unsure of what "networking" even means? The Undercover Recruiter has provided a list of the Do's and Don'ts to get your started on your networking skills! Just remember, while this list is a good way to understand networking, it is not comprehensive. For more help with networking skills, call the Career Center to make an appointment!

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Call the Career Center at (757) 221-3231.

Top 7 Websites for Your Non-Profit Job Search

Forbes released a list of the top seven job search websites for those looking into a career in the non-profit sector. Using these sites effectively will make for a much more productive job search! Check out what Forbes had to say!

Featured From Tribe Careers

Social Impact Internship

Social Impact is a DC-based organization that works to improve international development programs. They are looking for a Corporate Operations Intern to assist in research, coordinating meetings and trainings, and other work as needed.

For more information about this opportunity log into the Ethical Jobs database through Tribe Careers.

Human Rights First

Human Rights First is looking for an intern to research human rights issues, brief staff members, write communications & blogs, and assist in other ways as needed. This internship will start January 20th and the deadline for applying is November 24th!

For more information on this opportunity and many more, log into the Human Rights database in Tribe Careers:


Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL)

The FCNL is looking for interns for this summer. Interns will have the opportunity to learn about policy-making, nonprofit work, and grassroots movements. This internship will take place in DC and is a great opportunity for students looking to go into government, policy, or non-profit work!

For more information, check out their website:


Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL)

The FCNL is looking for applicants for their Young Fellows Program. If you're interested in policy or legislation, this Fellowship will provide you with valuable experience!

For more information on this opportunity, go to

other opportunities

The GREEN Program

The GREEN Program is accepting applicants for their winter programs! If you're interested in hands-on international experience for environmental work, check out this program!


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