nonprofit and government

Kush Mansuria: Teaching English in Indonesia

In July, other 2019 grads were a couple months into their first job or preparing for graduate school. Kush Mansuria, A&S’19, was boarding a plane for Indonesia, ready to explore. Kush is a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Kudus, Central Java Indonesia: a place he’s never been, speaking a language…
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Hired: Celine Shanosky, The Bridgespan Group

Celine Shanosky, a senior English and Public Health major, will join the Bridgespan Group as an Associate Consultant in August. She talks to us about working in nonprofit consulting, learning from mentors, and pushing through failure. Find all the First Destination stories here. About Her Job The Bridgespan Group is…
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Interning at Ashoka: Kristen Nixon, ChemBE ‘20

Kristen Nixon, a junior ChemBE major, got the chance to intern with Ashoka, a big power in the field of social entrepreneurship, last summer. She shares with us her experience as a Youth Venture Intern and the importance of prioritizing well-being. What She Did at Ashoka Kristen’s main project at…
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Volunteering at Delta Cultura, Cape Verde

Milena Berhane, Public Health ’19, spent three weeks during intersession volunteering in Tarrafal, Cape Verde. She volunteered at Delta Cultura, an international organization that fights poverty through education, with additional funding from the Nonprofit and Government Career Academy grants. Her goal during her time in Cape Verde was to get…
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Nonprofit Week: Careers with a Cause

Any student who wants to make a positive difference in the world is a good match for nonprofit sector jobs. Find out how your passion can be a purpose at Nonprofit Career Week events, Feb. 11-14. Learn from alumni at a Think Tank Panel (Feb. 11), empower yourself at the…
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Thanksgiving: Community, Connection, and Calling

It’s critical to personal and professional growth to “find your people”; people who support and challenge you. This Thanksgiving, I’m grateful for the privilege to be one of “your people” and, especially, a champion for our exceptional Nonprofit and Government Academy students. It’s a joy to help talented people realize…
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Life as an Educational Consultant: Matthew Moores ’16

After graduating with a BA in East Asian Studies (EAS) in 2016, Matthew Moores moved to Beijing to work as an Educational Consultant. Now he’s back in America working as a Senior Educational Consultant for Apolish, one of the largest Chinese educational organizations, which specializes in providing training and consulting…
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Apply to Intersession Career Treks Now

All five Career Center intersession treks to companies are now open on Handshake. Each trek is a little different–some include one to two weeks of Homewood coursework where students meet with alumni and learn about the industry, while others are primarily a series of company visits. Most treks come with…
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First Jobs: Deputy Press Secretary, Office of the Governor

Marisa Brand graduated in December 2017 with a major in Political Science and a minor in Marketing and Communications. She’s currently working as Deputy Press Secretary for the Office of the Governor, Larry Hogan. Her office is based in Annapolis, where the Maryland State government is housed. Learn from her…
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