Get ready for the Non-Profit and Public Service Career Fair!

Get ready for the Non-Profit and Public Service Career Fair!

Our social media intern, Trevor Larner ’19 designed this step-by-step graphic to help prepare you for the Not-for-Profit Career Fair tomorrow (2/24) at Bryn Mawr College! Bring your resume, and be ready to network with a number of employers! For a full list, see below. Good luck, Fords!

 

Designed by our social media intern, Trevor Larner '19 to help prepare you for the not-for-profit and public service career fair tomorrow!

Designed by our social media intern, Trevor Larner ’19 to help prepare you for the not-for-profit and public service career fair tomorrow!

The Nonprofit and Public Service Career Fair will be held on February 24, 2017 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Bryn Mawr College in Bern Schwartz Fitness and Athletic Center.

Bring your resumes and questions! All years and all majors are welcome to attend.

Read Dean Kelly Cleary’s article, “Career Fairs are NOT Scary”on our blog!

Career Fair Tips

  • Research attending organizations beforehand.
  • Prioritize which organizations you would like to speak with first.
  • Arrive early. You may spend a lot of time waiting in line to talk to a popular organization.
  • Dress professionally.
  • Bring plenty of copies of your resume.
  • Greet each person you meet with a confident handshake.
  • Ask each person you speak with for a business card. Make notes on the back to help you craft a follow-up email.
  • Send follow-up emails within 24 hours.

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Full list of Participating Employers (there may be additions): 

ACHIEVEability
ACLAMO Family Center                        
Allan Collautt Associates (ACA)
Bard Globalization & International Affairs
Better Tomorrows
Brooklyn Workforce Innovations
Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church
Campus Philly                        
Center For Family Services                      
Change Corps                         
Child Guidance Resource Center
City of Philadelphia                  
City Year                          
Cradles to Crayons                       
EDSI Solutions                     
EducationWorks                
Esperanza Charter School                        
ExceleRate Tutoring Corps
Fund for the Public Interest
Healthy NewsWorks
Impact
JEVS Human Services
KIPP New Jersey
LEADERSHIP Philadelphia
Melmark
Mennonite Central Committee
NY Hotel Trades Council
NHS
PACC*VISTA
Peace Corps

Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA
Philadelphia Works
Planned Parenthood Southeast PA
PULSE (Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience)
Quaker Voluntary Service
SAGA Innovations
SpeakUp!
StudentsCare
Success Academy Charter Schools
TechGirlz
The Barnes Foundation
The Center for Mindfulness
The Consortium, Inc
The Women’s Center of Montgomery County
Up2Us Sports
Urban Teachers
Valley Youth House
Values into Action
West Chester Food Co-op
World Teach