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

Build Connections Through the Peace Corps Prep Practicum

Are you interested in or already pursuing the Peace Corps Prep applied minor? Do you have an interest in intercultural civic engagement?  Then, you should register for the January (or August!) Peace Corps Prep Practicum.

Senior Ben Stoos-Tysver participated in …

By Caroline Wagner
Caroline Wagner Senior Career Coach Caroline Wagner
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How much is there to know about Togo?

When writing a comprehensive reference volume about a country not well known in the US, should you include biographies of the president’s mistresses?  Are allegations of corruption among the rich and powerful too inflammatory to be included?  How many rap …

By Jennifer C. Seely
Jennifer C. Seely Associate Professor of Politics
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The wrong way to email someone for career advice — and the right way to do it

Do you ever get an email or text message from someone that just rubs you the wrong way? The tone doesn’t feel quite right and you don’t know what to make of it. It’s so easy to misinterpret tone in …

By Lea Staedtler
Lea Staedtler Associate Director of Career Education and Student Employment Lea Staedtler
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PLEASE, Don’t Start Your Grad School Application Your Senior Year!

Reading time: around 5-10 minutes

This post briefly covers where and when you should start with graduate school applications.

It’s 2 AM on a Monday. I can’t sleep. I check my work email (a big no-no for many reasons). The …

By Eboni Stevens
Eboni Stevens Asst. Director of EPIC Communications and Career Coach Eboni Stevens
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Center for Global and Career Education

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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:Foundations

Caroline Wagner
The EPIC 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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