Social Justice, Education, & Public Affairs

Social Justice, Education, & Public Affairs Career Community

You want to make an impact on society. Whether that means grassroots organizing, nonprofit fundraising and administration, teaching, serving as a librarian, or working through legal and political systems as a lawyer, politician, or administrator, you’re sure to find a way to change the world – even if just for one person at a time.

Professional Areas

Below are some of the professional fields that are included in the Social Justice, Nonprofits, & Public Affairs Career Community.

  • Early Childhood Development
  • Education – K to 12 and Higher Education
  • Foreign Service
  • Government – Local, State, Federal
  • International Affairs
  • Legal & Law Enforcement
  • Libraries
  • Ministry and Religion
  • NGOs and Nonprofits
  • Politics
  • Policy Research
  • Social Justice Advocacy

Sidebar

10 Best Quotes From Jen Psaki on Career and Ambition

Jen Psaki has conquered the most powerful podium in politics. As the White House Press Secretary, her job is to, well, I’ll let her tell it: “My job is to provide as much information as I can possibly provide, and …

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Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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Adulting in Boston

I always thought I wouldn’t enjoy city life that much. Bustling neighborhoods with tireless people walking with purpose to start off their day, the busy public transportations, crowded local places at lunch hours, and young professionals with their business casual …

By Sonam Tsomo
Sonam Tsomo
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Skills You Should Include on a Modern Resume

Some resume trends come and go. Colorful resumes can confuse employers, making them even less likely to view you favorably. Others stick around because of their usefulness. Customizing your resume and adding an executive summary as an “elevator pitch” are …

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Ivy Exec
Ivy Exec is your dedicated career development resource.
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New publication features work by Border Studies prof

Geoff Boyce, a faculty member and the academic director of the Border Studies Program, is a contributor in and co-editor of a December 2021 special issue on Policing and Carceral Geographies in ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies.

Geoff’s …

By Roger Adkins
Roger Adkins Executive Director, Center for Global Education
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Creating the Future: My Epic Journey

I’m an Arab Palestinian refugee, born and raised in Lebanon, which is my standard answer to who I am. But I’m more than the status and the “refugee” label given to my family and me since 1948.

I’m a woman …

By Salma Khalaf (December '21 grad)
Salma Khalaf (December '21 grad)
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Resources

The Peace Corps Prep applied minor at Earlham College will prepare you for international development fieldwork and potential Peace Corps …

Website: https://www.flywire.com/company/foundation/scholarships

Campus Contact: None

For the 2021 academic year, seven total scholarships of $5,000 USD each will be awarded …

Signing Black in America

Just like spoken languages, sign languages have dialects. Black ASL is the unique dialect of American Sign Language (ASL) that …

Talking Black in America

TALKING BLACK in AMERICA follows the unique circumstances of the descendants of American slaves and their incredible impact on American …

Featured Classes

Epic 171: Professional Foundations

Caroline Wagner
The Professional Foundations course is a required pre-departure course for students participating in Earlham-funded summer internships and independent student experiences…

Epic 271: Fellowship Foundations

Roger Adkins
Applying for fellowship funding can be daunting: few of us have prior experience in the best ways to approach this…

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Address

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