The Public Interest Network Presents: Careers in Social Change

Date: 

Tuesday, March 30, 2021, 5:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Virtual

"The Public Interest Network Presents:Careers in Social Change

Tuesday, March 30th, 5:00-6:00 EST

 

REGISTER AT:https://forms.gle/p7a4sjqxsW85a5sQ9

Hosted by Shawna Upton, Recruitment Director at The Public Interest Network

 

Join The Public Interest Network to learn more about careers in social change and advocacy. We are a group of non-profit organizations committed to a shared vision of a better world and a strategic approach to social change. This webinar will feature several panelists from our different nonprofits who will share how they got involved in activism, how their group is making a difference and what jobs they are hiring for so graduating seniors who want a career that makes a difference can apply. This event will feature full time staff members from:

 

-- The Student PIRGs, the nation's premier student advocacy organization. They help students get organized, mobilized and energized so they can continue to be on the cutting edge of positive change. Learn more at studentpirgs.org

-- Green Corps, which is the country’s most respected training program for environmental organizers, with more than 400 of our graduates at work today on the most urgent environmental issues of our time. Learn more at greencorps.org

-- Green Century Fund, the first family of fossil fuel free, responsible, and diversified mutual funds in the U.S. Learn more at greencentury.com

-- Community Action Works, an organization that works side by side with everyday people to confront those who are polluting and harming the health of our communities. Learn more at communityactionworks.org

 

This event is sponsored by The Center for Careers and Life After Brown (CareerLAB) and is open to all students from the following universities: William and Mary, University of Richmond, Duke University, Columbia University, Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, New York University, Boston College, Yale University, and Swarthmore College."