November 14, 2017

Join us in the Career Library to discuss opportunities in the non-profit sector and how students can best navigate finding an entry-level position and creating a career in a non-profit sector.

Non-profit organizations account for over 20% of the economic activity in the United States. This is a large sector with opportunities to provide service that you shouldn't overlook.There are many different types of jobs in non-profit areas ranging from social causes, helping causes and also jobs in the arts,hospitals, universities, government, religious organizations, public health and museums. At their best, jobs in this sector can be highly rewarding, creating connections between you, your community and the broader environment. Join John Thomas, Class of 1966 in the Career Library discuss opportunities in the non-profit sector and how students can best navigate finding an entry-level position and creating a career in a non-profit organization. John Wm. Thomas currently heads a Virginia based consulting firm which specializes in strategic and philanthropic planning, powering up revenue generation strategies and board development for non- profits and for profit companies. Prior to his role in consulting he has led organizations such as the Children's Hospital Foundation in Washington, DC, The American Red Cross, and The New England Medical Center. For additional information contact Annie Kondas, Associate Director of Career Services.

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  • Location: Biddle House Library: Career Center
  • Time: 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Calendar Icon
  • Cost: Free