Many SU graduates work in organizations including non-profits, education, government and ministry. Following are some sites that describe careers in this field and provide leads for specific organizations with which students may want to get involved.
AmeriCorps - A program of the Corporation for National and Community Service, AmeriCorps is a network of local, state, and national service programs that connects more than 70,000 Americans each year in intensive service to meet our country’s critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment. Search for positions nationwide.
CareersinPsychology.org - We strive to be the number one resource for young minds – much like yours – in search of information about psychology careers, psychology education, psychology internships, and psychology jobs, as well as licensure information. Our website is the one place on the Internet that offers all of this information in an easy to find and easy to read format.
Nationwide database of non-profit jobs
Development Executive Group - Source for NGO recruiting, international development jobs, international development tenders and procurements, and foreign aid relief news from World Bank, USAID, DFID and United Nations and more.
FoundationCenter.org - Helps grant seekers and includes a list of foundations that could employ fundraisers, grantwriters and others interested in philanthropy.
Guidestar.org - A national database of non-profit organizations containing contact information and short descriptions. Tool for researching organizations.
Idealist.org - Search for non-profit jobs, internships and volunteer positions nationwide.
Idealist Guide to Non-Profit Careers - Free, online PDF; incorporates current statistics from nonprofit-specific research as well as opinions, advice and best practices from nonprofit HR and career services professionals.
IDEX Accelerator - The mission of the IDEX Accelerator is to identify, train and retain a pipeline of experienced practitioners for the social enterprise sector. IDEX achieves this goal by identifying the common thread between local and global fellows- the appreciation for social innovation and passion for social impact. IDEX fellows gain hands-on experience addressing the needs of a growing enterprise while earning a Professional Certification in Social Enterprise from Monterey Institute of International Studies
Independent Sector.org - Independent Sector is a coalition of leading non-profits, foundations and corporations strengthening not-for-profit initative, philanthropy and citizen action. Research issues related to non-profits.
InterAction.org - InterAction is the largest alliance of US-based international development and humanitarian nongovernmental organizations.
National Council of Nonprofit Associations (NCNA) - A membershop organization of state and regional associates that represent thousands of non-profits throughout the country. Research policy issues and locate state associations and their member organizations.
Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations (TANO) - TANO is a 501(c)(3) organization that works to serve, support, and strengthen the Texas nonprofit sector. Find general information about non-profits, job resources, policy and legislation information and much more.
United Way/Capital Area - Searchable database of contact information and links to hundreds of websites in the Austin area for non-profit/social services agencies. Great networking tool for searching for non-profit jobs in Austin. Search by category/issue (e.g. legal services, drug abuse, etc.).
WorldWideLearn’s Non-Profit Management Careers - See also links on our Careers in Public Service page for local, state and federal government careers and our Education page for K-12 and higher education jobs in Texas, across the country and internationally.