How to Get Started in Nonprofit Work
In this guide, you’ll learn more about the importance of volunteer work, how to find volunteer opportunities, and how to transition from volunteering to a career in a nonprofit.
Volunteering abroad can help you get your foot in the door for nonprofit professions. In this blog entry, Nick MacDonald describes volunteering abroad as a way to gain experience living and working in another country as well as the importance of learning the local language to increase future job prospects.
Study Abroad for Nonprofit/Service Learning Students
Enhance your second language skills and gain academic on-the-ground experience in a study abroad program focusing on development work.
Global Outreach Program – The Nicaragua Project. Every spring, third-year students have the opportunity to travel to global locations to provide clinical or teaching services to meet international partners’ needs. Students expand their appreciation of different cultures and implications of working in different health systems.
Spanish and Portuguese Studies, in conjunction with the College of Education, offers students the opportunity to earn 6 credits in UF’s international service learning program. Click here to view past participant’s reflections.
Study development in Kenya, a country of immense geographic and cultural diversity. You’ll also contribute through an internship or research project with a nonprofit organization while you’re there. Open to non-UofM students.
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