There are many other outlets for your job search other than our community partners.
Below is a list of common places to search for employment opportunities and large organizations that have high hiring rates.
Craigslist - A frequently used classifieds website, the non-profit section is particularly helpful for Social Justice Majors.
Idealist - A classifieds engine for non-profits. Find work, volunteer and internship opportunities.
Guide Star - A tool helpful in locating non-profit organizations in your area.
Peace Corps - A service organization often looking for volunteers with Bachelor degrees, many overseas opportunities.
Amnesty International - Amnesty International is a global movement of 2.8 million supporters, members and activists in more than 150 countries and territories who campaign to end grave abuses of human rights.
Habitat for Humanity - A nonprofit founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a decent, safe and affordable place to live. Volunteer opportunities available in many locations.
HECUA - Though employment and internship opportunities are less common, HECUA is a major organization providing many study abroad opportunities with an emphasis in social justice.
Teach for America - Providing national and international education opportunities for college graduates in any program.
Canvassing - Sister's Camelot, MPIRG, and Clean Water Action are but few organizations among the many canvassing positions that are great for students. Flexible schedules for working on key social problems.