Nonprofit Management Career Fair Notice

Calling All Nonprofit Management Students!

These nonprofit and service-focused employers are coming to the O’Neill Government, Nonprofit, and Environment Career Fair on January 31st and they want to meet YOU. 

    • Beacon Health System is located in north-central Indiana and southwest Michigan, and is the largest locally owned, not-for-profit health system in the area. With more than 7,500 associates, Beacon is a trusted partner in improving our community’s health. Their core values of trust, respect, integrity and compassion guide their commitment to the people they serve.
    • Breakthrough Collective tackling the opportunity gap through our innovative summer and school-year programs hiring Undergraduate Summer Teaching Fellowship supporting under-resourced communities.
    • Bloomington Housing Authority is federally-funded government housing authority that provides low-income families, seniors and families with disabilities access to affordable housing, looking for a student for their Community Development Internship.
    • City Year has diverse teams of City Year AmeriCorps members serve in schools full time as student success coaches, helping students cultivate social, emotional and academic skills.
    • enFocus allows fellows and interns to work on consulting-like business, analytics, and technology projects for community partners in the private business, government, education, manufacturing, healthcare, and nonprofit sectors in the South Bend-Elkhart, Indiana region.
    • Illinois Department of Children and Family Services is apart of the Illinois state government responsible for child protective services.
      • Jobs: Child Welfare Specialists
    • Indy Hunger Network is a collaborative organization made up of representatives of leading anti-hunger organizations and corporations in the Greater Indianapolis area.
      • Jobs: AmeriCorps Vista Positions
    • Peace Corps is an independent agency and program of the United States government that trains and deploys volunteers to provide international development assistance.

Wanna get ahead of the game? The Career Hub invites you to come to our Prepare for the Fair session on January 26th, from 1-4 in SPEA 224 where you can practice your elevator pitch, review career fair etiquette, and research these employers.

O’Neill is also hosting a Diversity Meet and Greet the first hour of the career fair from 2pm-3pm where you can talk to companies and organizations about their commitment to creating a place of belonging and development for all their employees. There is no dress code for the event, just bring your best self. All students, majors, and degrees are welcome. RSVP here.

We look forward to seeing you!

By Kennedy Bland
Kennedy Bland Peer Educator