What’s new in job and internship opportunities and campus recruiting/career events?

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Read on for opportunities you can sign up for or begin preparing for while on spring break!

 COOL INTERNSHIPS

Five internships to check out in CareerCat:

  • Sony Music Entertainment Columbia Records Big Red Internship: CareerCat ID #109999, Apply by March 20 (Open to undergraduate students)
  • Honor Flight Chicago Business, Communications & Logistics Internship: CareerCat ID #110261, Apply by March 27 (Open to undergraduate students)
  • IBM Internship in US – LEADing to Africa Program: CareerCat ID #109277, Apply by March 29 (Open to all students)
  • The Environmental Law Institute Research & Publications Summer Intern: CareerCat ID #110287, Apply by April 1 (Open to first year undergraduate students, sophomores and juniors)
  • Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Communications Intern: CareerCat ID #110343, Apply by April 30 (Open to juniors, seniors and master’s students)

Need funding for an unpaid summer internship? You have until Tuesday, April 7 to apply for the Summer Internship Grant Program, a $3000 stipend for undergraduate students participating in unpaid internships this summer. You do not need to have an internship secured before applying.

Setting up Job Search Agent
Interested in getting customized internship and job search emails sent directly to your inbox? Use your own search criteria for internships and full time opportunities with CareerCat’s Job Search Agent:

  • Log into your CareerCat profile
  • Select the Jobs/Internships- Employers seeking NU students/alumni
  • Click on Advanced Search
  • Select criteria for the search (e.g., Industry > Position Type) and click search
  • Select Saved Searches and create a title for your search
  • Schedule the Job Search Agent to run checks & it will email results of the query
  • Update how often it will send via email and select yes for new results only to be emailed directly to your inbox

AROUND CAMPUS

Employer Events & Opportunities
Lime Connect Fellowship Program: Virtual Information Session
Sunday, March 22 at 7 p.m. CT/8 p.m. ET
Apply by Monday, April 6
Designed for current sophomores/rising juniors who happen to have disabilities (both visible and invisible), this program prepares students for the recruitment process and connects them with Lime Connect’s corporate partners – PepsiCo, Google, IBM, Goldman Sachs, Target, Bloomberg, and JP Morgan.

DaVita HealthCare Partners Case Competition
Register by March 30 (spaces are limited to 10 teams total)
Event is Wednesday, April 8 (social mixer) and Thursday, April 9 (presentations) in Fisk Hall
Gain real-world experience in the healthcare industry by solving a business problem and presenting your recommendations in a team of four. The winning team will receive $1,000 and, for current juniors, an opportunity to participate in fall 2015 first round interviews for a full-time position. Open to current sophomores and juniors. Email paul.chang@davita.com with your team name, list of team members, graduation years, and email addresses.

Deloitte Diversity Panel Discussion: Diversity in the Workforce
Friday, April 3 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in Annenberg G15
Join Deloitte practitioners as they share firsthand experiences about being a minority in consulting. Learn about the importance of inclusion and discuss your role in shaping your own career. Open to first year students, sophomores and juniors. RSVP:http://tinyurl.com/NUDiversity15

Career Fairs
Second Annual Northwestern Startup Career Fair: Wednesday, April 1 from 12-4 p.m. in Norris
Medill/SoC Career and Internship Fair: Wednesday, April 8 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in Norris
Hire Big 10 Plus Virtual Career Fair: Tuesday, April 7 & Wednesday, April 8

Extended Express Advising
From March 30-April 7, NCA will hold extended express advising hours on weekdays from 1-4 p.m. in the Express Advising Center (Main Library, 2nd Floor, Core) to allow for extra time to help students prepare for spring career fairs and review SIGP applications. Regular hours from 2-4 p.m. will resume starting April 8.

Looking for more career events? Check out the new Careers tab on PVMNT

CAREER WISDOM

Planning to set up an informational interview or attend a networking event this spring break? Check out NCA’s networking guide.

Find daily career wisdom at @NUCareerAdvance!

Second Annual Northwestern Startup Career Fair Wednesday, April 1 from 12-4 p.m. in Norris

Open to all undergraduate and graduate students interested in internship and full-time opportunities within a startup. The event is sponsored by: EPIC, Farley Center, Kellogg CMC, Kellogg High Tech Club, Kellogg eclub, Kellogg Initiatives, McCormick and NCA. Students are encouraged to register for the event and upload a resume on the fair website.  Details: http://startupcareerfair.nuisepic.com/

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5-week course: July 27 – August 30; T/TH 2-4:45

5-week course: July 27 – August 30; T/TH 2-4:45

CLS 304: “From Grotesque to Sacred: Food Depictions in Literature and Film”

(course taught in English)

This course will examine the aesthetics of food and its shifting sociocultural depictions in world literature and cinema. We will consider the symbolic, religious, political and philosophical portrayals of food within specific cultural and historical contexts, with a focus on Europe. We will analyze food accounts in the writings of Rabelais, Zola, Dinesen, Hemingway, Yoshimoto and Esquivel, through a critical comparison with food representations in films by Ferreri, Axel, Arau, Lee and Tucci. Course activities include close readings of literary passages, film sequence analyses, weekly food blog entries, class presentations, and a final paper or creative project.

LEOPOLD FELLOWS—Call for Applications for 2015-2016

LEOPOLD FELLOWS—Call for Applications for 2015-2016

The Nicholas D. Chabraja Center for Historical Studies announces the 8th year of its undergraduate program honoring Professor Richard Leopold, a long-time member of the NU Department of History. The program provides a small group of able undergraduate students with an opportunity to engage in genuine historical research. Leopold Fellows will work on current faculty research projects, learning how to interpret archival and documentary materials. Successful candidates should demonstrate an interest in learning how to interpret complex primary data. Working under the guidance of a member of the Department of History, the Leopold Fellow will learn how scholars develop arguments out of diverse research materials.

 

Each Leopold Fellow receives financial support as a Research Assistant (at $10 per hour for a possible average of 8-10 hours a week). The program should not be confused with Work-Study. The program may also fund travel or other expenses incurred by the Leopold Fellows.

Students may apply to be Leopold Fellows for two or three quarters, which can include the summer. The Leopold Fellows meet formally as a group once or more a quarter to discuss their experiences. At the end of the fellowship term a completed survey form and a short report on the substance of the research are required.

Application process: Please look over our list of faculty projects below and if interested apply for a Fellowship.  History faculty may nominate students to apply or interested students may apply in response to a specific faculty project. In either case, please provide the following information:

 

  • one-page resume with name, year, and contact information
  • list of history classes taken (with grades received)
  • short statement about why you would like to pursue a Leopold Fellowship, indicating on which

ONE or TWO projects you would like to work and what quarters you are AVAILABLE.

 

Please send applications to Asst. Director Elzbieta Foeller-Pituch via e-mail at efp@northwestern.edu. The deadline for completed applications is Monday, MAY 4 by 4 p.m.  Faculty may wish to interview you in the next few weeks. Announcement of successful candidates will occur in the fourth week of May.

 

Questions should be directed via e-mail to chs@northwestern.edu or phone (847-467-0885).The CCHS website is at www.historicalstudies.northwestern.edu and updated FACULTY RESEARCH PROJECT descriptions and details can be viewed online at http://www.historicalstudies.northwestern.edu/leopold.htm .

 

Please note: Leopold Fellows may be dropped from the program, if they fail to work closely with their mentor or cannot carry out the proposed research assignment in a timely and ethical fashion.

 

2015-2016 Faculty research projects

(some more may be added in April)

Benjamin FROMMER

The Ghetto without Walls: The Holocaust in Bohemia and Moravia

The Leopold Fellow will contribute to research for my current book project: The Ghetto without Walls: The Identification, Isolation and Deportation of Bohemian and Moravia Jewry, 1938-1945.  Once completed, the book will present a comprehensive history of the Jews of Bohemia and Moravia (today’s Czech Republic) from the onset of Nazi German occupation to postwar efforts to punish war criminals.  From 1938 onwards the once integrated Jewish community found itself increasingly isolated by a series of repressive sanctions that deprived Jews of their civic rights, property, and freedoms of association, movement, and religion.  Historians have described this process as the construction of a “ghetto without walls,” which segregated Jews from their Gentile neighbors and created the conditions for their ultimate deportation to ghettoes and killing centers.  My project seeks to discover who initiated, developed, implemented these sanctions and to what extent (and with what effect) the measures were enforced. I also aim to recapture how the region’s Jews experienced the process of social isolation prior to their deportation.

 

The Leopold Fellow will conduct research on the oral testimonies of Holocaust survivors.  Northwestern is one of the few access points to the USA Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive (a.k.a. the Spielberg archive), a database of more than 51,000 interviews conducted with witnesses to the Holocaust.  The Fellow will analyze testimony of survivors from Bohemia and Moravia and will seek to understand the nature of life under Nazi occupation.  In particular, the fellow will reconstruct how Jews interacted with their Gentile neighbors and how they reacted to persecution (for example, how they educated their children after Jews had been expelled from the schools; how they procured food they weren’t allowed according to rationing; how they maintained religious life once synagogues were closed; etc.).  The USC Shoah Archive interviews are in a number of languages.  The Leopold Fellow can conduct the research in English and/or Hebrew.

 

Open 2-3 quarters in 2015-16. Languages: English and/or Hebrew.

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 Joanna GRISINGER

New Voices in Closed Spaces: The Administrative State and the Right to Participate

What did the right to participate in agency action look like, in the years following the New Deal? And what did the expansion of this right in the 1960s and 1970s mean for agency autonomy? To answer this question, I am looking at the evolution of participation at economic regulatory agencies, such as the Civil Aeronautics Board, the Federal Trade Commission, and the Interstate Commerce Commission, from their heyday in the 1930s to the outburst of new pressures (from civil rights groups, women’s groups, and environmental groups) in the 1960s and 1970s. By design, regulated parties played an active role in the administrative process at each agency, and each developed in tandem with the industry they regulated. Such relationships defined administrators’ conceptions of competition and the public interest, and these close relations between regulator and regulated demonstrated the power of access (and gave rise to frequent charges of capture and clientalism). However, as public interest groups began to recognize the importance of administrative authority, they challenged the commissions’ traditional bureaucratic autonomy. I am interested in how these confrontations occurred, and how successful they were at bringing fresh voices into closed spaces. ​

Summer and Fall 2015. Some experience with legal materials preferred but not required. ​

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 Susan J. PEARSON

Registering Birth: Populations and Personhood in the United States of America

Do you know when you were born? Most of us do know exactly the date of our birth and we use our birth certificates to prove our age and national citizenship for access to all kinds of rights and privileges: to attend school, work, vote, hold political office, drive, marry, get a passport, and more. But this is a surprisingly recent state of affairs. It was not until the middle of the twentieth century that babies born in the United States were reliably registered at birth. In this, the United States lagged far behind other industrialized, Western nations. My research project traces how and why birth registration and birth certificates became both universal and compulsory throughout the United States.

 

I would like to employ a Leopold Fellow for Fall 2015 & Winter 2016 (those these dates are flexible).  A Fellow would help with two distinct research tasks.  First, the Fellow would utilize archival collections at the Chicago Public Library and the Chicago History Museum.  Second, the fellow would conduct magazine and newspaper research in Evanston to help identify significant events, legal reforms, and persons involved in the history of birth registration.

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 Michael SHERRY

Go Directly to Jail: The Punitive Turn in American Life,

 

My project traces the connections and feedback loops between war-fighting and crime-fighting in the US since the 1960s.  It attempts to explain why Americans became fond of speaking of a “war on crime,” how the militarization of policing came about, why mass incarceration arose, and why a punitive stance emerged in many other arenas (“zero tolerance” in schools, for example).  It focuses especially on presidential and other political rhetoric about crime.

 

A Leopold Fellow would help retrieve and analyze public opinion data and political rhetoric, especially post-2000.   Much of this book is now drafted, and a Fellow would also assist in refining draft chapters by plugging gaps in their evidence, updating and/or double-checking citations (especially to online sources), and assessing what makes sense to them in the drafts.  No special skills are required, but industriousness and initiative in tracking things down and calling new sources to my attention are important.  A basic knowledge of post-1960 US history is essential.  The Fellow would work mostly in the fall and winter quarters.  Fall 2015 and winter 2016.

 

 

Internship & Job Opportunities in CareerCat

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As spring approaches, we want to remind you that there are still many internship and job opportunities in CareerCat as well as opportunities to network with employers at career fairs once you return from spring break. Below you’ll find a sampling of internships and job opportunities, spring career fairs, and career advice in the form of blog posts from NU alumni currently working in the nonprofit field.

Wishing you much success as you head into finals next week,
Northwestern Career Advancement
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Cool Internships/Jobs

Five internships & jobs to check out in CareerCat:

  • Management Sciences for Health Summer Policy and Advocacy Intern: CareerCat ID #110232, Apply by March 19
  • Southwest Airlines Internships Fall 2015: CareerCat ID #109901, Apply by March 23 (Open to sophomores, juniors, seniors, master’s students)
  • Environmental Law & Policy Center Development Internship: CareerCat ID #109572, Apply by April 1 (Open to sophomores, juniors, seniors)
  • McKinsey Investment Office Junior Analyst: CareerCat ID #109678, Apply by April 30 (Open to seniors)
  • Facebook Content Strategy Intern: CareerCat ID #107573, Apply by May 29 (Open to sophomores, juniors, master’s)

Need funding for an unpaid summer internship? You have until Tuesday, April 7 to apply for the Summer Internship Grant Program, a $3000 stipend for undergraduate students participating in unpaid internships this summer. You do not need to have an internship secured before applying. Questions? Contact sigp@northwestern.edu.

Interested in getting customized internship and job search emails sent directly to your inbox? Use your own search criteria for internships and full time opportunities with CareerCat’s Job Search Agent:

 Setting up Job Search Agent

  • Log into your CareerCat profile
  • Select the Jobs/Internships- Employers seeking NU students/alumni
  • Click on Advanced Search
  • Select criteria for the search (e.g., Industry > Position Type) and click search
  • Select Saved Searches and create a title for your search
  • Schedule the Job Search Agent to run checks & it will email results of the query
  • Update how often it will send via email and select yes for new results only to be emailed directly to your inbox

Around Campus

Mark your calendar for the following opportunities happening right after spring break:

DaVita HealthCare Partners Case Competition
Register by March 30 (spaces are limited to 10 teams total)
Event is Wednesday, April 8 (social mixer) and Thursday, April 9 (presentations) in Fisk Hall 

Gain real-world experience in the healthcare industry by solving a business problem and presenting your recommendations in a team of four. The winning team will receive $1,000 and, for current juniors, an opportunity to participate in fall 2015 first round interviews for a full-time position. Open to current sophomores and juniors. Emailpaul.chang@davita.com with your team name, list of team members, graduation years, and email addresses.

Second Annual Northwestern Startup Career Fair
Wednesday, April 1 from 12-4 p.m. in Norris 

Open to all undergraduate and graduate students interested in internship and full-time opportunities within a startup. The event is sponsored by: EPIC, Farley Center, Kellogg CMC, Kellogg High Tech Club, Kellogg eclub, Kellogg Initiatives, McCormick and NCA. Details: http://startupcareerfair.nuisepic.com/

Medill/SoC Career and Internship Fair
Wednesday, April 8 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in Norris

The annual Career & Internship Fair, co-hosted by the Office of External Programs, Internships, & Career Services (EPICS) for the School of Communication and Medill Career Services, is an ideal place for students, recent graduates, and experienced alumni to connect with employers for internships, freelance, part-time, and full-time opportunities in the areas of Communications, Marketing, Consulting, Public Relations, Advertising, Media, Radio/TV/Film, Theatre, and Journalism. Details: http://www.communication.northwestern.edu/epics/student_career_fair

Hire Big 10 Plus Virtual Career Fair
Tuesday, April 7 & Wednesday, April 8 

Northwestern – along with 16 other Big 10+ universities – is participating in the annual Hire Big 10 Plus Virtual Career Fair. Northwestern students and alumni are invited to learn more about and apply for internships and full-time opportunities via chat sessions with employers who may not attend campus events. To register and for a list of employers participating, visit: https://www.careereco.com/events/hirebig10

Check the new Careers tab on the PVMNT website and app for a collection of career events and opportunities from departments and student groups across campus, including Northwestern Career Advancement.

Career Wisdom

Did you miss our Nonprofit Week Blog Series? Five Northwestern alums now working with nonprofit, government or public policy organizations share their experiences and career advice for students looking to get a start in these fields:

Director of Alumni Engagement at Public Allies
Communications Manager at the Pew Research Center
Policy Director at the Kauffman Foundation
Innovation Consultant at Foresight Design Initiative
State Director at The Public Interest Network

Also, check out photos from some of our Nonprofit Week events on @NUCareerAdvance’s Instagram.

BE AN AFFILIATE: EXPERIENCE CROSS-DISCIPLINARY CONVERSATIONS

KAPLAN INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES

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Would you like to participate in the life of the Kaplan Institute next year? Find out about the projects carried out by faculty and students in other departments? Northwestern faculty, graduate students and undergraduates are invited to apply to be Institute Affiliates for 2015-2016. Each year the Institute welcomes a select group of Affiliates to play a key role in shaping the conversation around humanistic inquiry. Affiliates meet regularly to discuss cutting-edge research carried out across disciplines in the humanities and receive support to carry out intellectual projects. For more information visit:

http://www.humanities.northwestern.edu/research-and-funding/affiliate-program/

The application can be found here: http://www.humanities.northwestern.edu/research-and-funding/affiliate-program/affiliate-application.html

Application Deadline: Friday April 17, 2015

Nonprofit Week: Live a life of purpose in government, education, cultural and social mission institutions begins next week from March 9-13.

Complete event details are available on our website.

The week’s events are filling up quickly, but there is still room for students to join our “Preparing for the Nonprofit, Policy and Government Internship/Job Search” on Wednesday, March 11 from 4 -5 p.m. at 620 Lincoln, Garden Level. This workshop will lay the groundwork for your search by identifying important resources, strategies, and career tips specific to the nonprofit, policy, and government fields. You will leave with an action plan to make your search a success. RSVP in CareerCat (Events > Workshops).

We also encourage you to tune in to our blog series on the NCA blog to learn about how fellow ‘Cats got their start in the nonprofit field. You’ll hear from a different ‘Cat each day of the week, including:

  • Director of Alumni Engagement at Public Allies (March 9)
  • Communications Manager at the Pew Research Center (March 10)
  • Policy Director at the Kauffman Foundation (March 11)
  • Innovation Consultant at Foresight Design Initiative (March 12)
  • State Director at The Public Interest Network (March 13)

As a reminder, please be sure your CareerCat profile is complete with your updated graduation year, class level, major and career interest areas (Community Service, Social Justice, Educational Institutions and Teaching, Government and Public Policy, etc.) to make the most of the week. Plus, follow the hashtag #CatsDoGood for tips and job/internship opportunities Tweeted from our @NUCareerAdvance and @JobsforCats Twitter handles.

Best wishes for a successful week exploring nonprofit careers!
Northwestern Career Advancement

 

 

RSVP to attend the 2015 Career and Internship Fair on Wednesday, April 8th from 10-3 in Norris.

Dear Students:

RSVP and attend this year’s Career and Internship Fair on Wednesday, April 8th from 10-3 in Norris. Meet employers and learn about job and internship opportunities. There are over 30 employers who have registered. Some of the employers represented include: American Marketing Association, Bloomberg LP,  Hearst Television, Inc., Highwire PR,  L2T Media, Scranton Gilette Communications, Scrappers Film Group, Spectrum Communications and Consulting, and Whitehouse Post.

To RSVP:

On Friday, February 27th, you should have received an e-mail message from Medill Career Services, our co-sponsor, with instructions on how to log into MEDILLINK and rsvp for the fair. Should you have any questions about the fair, feel free to contact the EPICS office at epics@northwestern.edu. If you having trouble logging into Medillink, please contact Beverly Stewart in Medill Career Services at b-stewart@northwestern.edu.

Prepare by attending a Fair Prep Session. No RSVP required:

Attend one of the career fair preparation workshops listed below and sharpen up your resume, get your business attire ready, and research the companies attending so you can practice telling recruiters why you are a good fit for their organization:

We hope to see you at the career fair.  A resume is necessary for entrance, business attire is strongly encouraged!

Increase your chances of getting your Summer Undergraduate Research Grant application funded.

Get feedback on your proposal!

Summer URG Proposal Revision Workshop: Saturday, March 7 @ 3:00 p.m. Facebook Event

 

“Last Chance” Revision Workshops. RSVP to attend. Email Gretchen to reserve your spot in one session only:

Monday, March 9, Noon – 1:00 p.m.

Monday, March 9, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 10, Noon – 1:00 p.m.

Tuesday, March 10, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday, March 11, Noon – 1:00 p.m.

Wednesday, March 11, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

 

Use our online resources!

Online guide to proposal writing

Browse a list of successful proposals

 

Summer URGs provide $3,000 stipends for 8-week independent projects.

Application deadline March 13, 2015.

Read about Summer URGs from Northwestern University’s Office of Undergraduate Research.

March 9- 13th is Non-profit Week at NCA!

We’re calling all public policy, non-profit, and social mission driven Northwestern students to save the dates for Nonprofit Week: Live a life of purpose in government, education, cultural and social mission institutions (March 9-13). Throughout the week, Northwestern Career Advancement will bring you events and opportunities designed to help advance your future in these industries.

To make the most of the week, please be sure your CareerCat profile is complete with your updated graduation year, class level, major and career interest areas (community Service Social Justice, Educational Institutions and Teaching, Government and Public Policy, etc.). We also welcome you to stop in the Express Advising Center (Main Library, Second Floor, Core) Monday-Friday between 2-4 p.m. next week for help polishing your resume/cover letter before Nonprofit Week begins.

Our menu of opportunities includes:

Nonprofit Chicago Career Trek
Tuesday, March 10, 10:00-4:00p.m.
All students are invited to apply to join Northwestern Career Advancement and the School of Education and Social Policy on our Nonprofit Chicago Career Trek! Get an insider’s perspective on what it’s like to work at an organization such as the Environmental Law & Policy Center, while connecting with Northwestern alumni and industry professionals. To apply, please email your resume to Effie Loukas at effie.loukas@northwestern.edu by March 6th at noon. More details to follow after application!

Preparing for the Nonprofit, Policy and Government Internship/Job Search
Wednesday, March 11,
4:00-5:00 p.m., 620 Lincoln, Garden Level
Join NCA for a discussion on how to maximize your job search in nonprofit, policy, and government. This workshop with lay the groundwork for your search by identifying important resources, strategies, and career tips. You will leave with an action plan to make your search a success!

Careers in Global Health Lunch & Learn with NU Alum Lawrence Michel
Thursday, March 12, 12-1:30 p.m., Norris, Northwestern A
RSVP is requested in CareerCat (Events > Workshops)
Join Northwestern alum Lawrence (Larry) Michel (’84, ’88), the vice president of the Center for Leadership and Management at Management Sciences for Health (MSH) to learn about careers in global health, public health, and international non-profit work. MSH is a nonprofit international health consulting organization composed of nearly 2,500 people from more than 60 nations. Larry’s organization helps managers and leaders in developing countries create stronger management systems that improve health services for the greatest health impact. We welcome you to hear his career story and learn about the industry!

Alumni Career Path Blog Series
Tune into the NCA blog to read about how fellow ‘Cats got their start in the nonprofit field. Guest alumni blog authors include:

  • MacArthur Antigua, Director of Alumni Engagement at Public Allies
  • Katherine Ritchey, Communications Manager at the Pew Research Center
  • Jason Wiens, Policy Director at the Kauffman Foundation
  • Peter Toth, Innovation Consultant at Foresight Design Initiative
  • Peter Skopec, State Director at The Public Interest Network

Job and Internship Emails Right To Your Inbox
Once your CareerCat profile is updated with your nonprofit career interests, you’ll receive biweekly emails from NCA featuring job and internship opportunities with organizations looking to hire Northwestern ‘Cats.

Alumni Mock Phone Interviews
Are you interested in having a mock phone interview with an alumnus within the nonprofit industry? Express interest by signing up in CareerCat and searching ID #109472.

Tweets: #CatsDoGood
Follow the hashtag #CatsDoGood throughout the week of March 9 for tips and job/internship opportunities Tweeted from our @NUCareerAdvance and @JobsforCats Twitter handles. Got a tip of your own or want to share your experience during Nonprofit Week? Tweet at us!