Success with Internships

Success with Internships

The most successful internships serve a dual purpose—to provide your nonprofit with some extra person-power and to provide your interns with a positive work experience. Done right, the benefits can be numerous; your organization can gain a new perspective on organizational issues, receive extra help with projects in need of completion or even recruit its next full-time employee. Read More »

Non-profit Networking Night

You are invited to attend the 4th Annual Non-profit Networking Night hosted by UCLA’s USAC Community Service CommissionOffice of Residential LifeVolunteer CenterCareer CenterAlumni Affairs, and Partnership UCLA!

Non-profit Networking Night 2014Non-profit Networking Night connects UCLA students to public service professionals who are currently recruiting for open internships and jobs in their non-profit. The evening features speed-networking activities and the opportunity to sit down with professionals and other UCLA students with similar interests. By interacting with leaders in the non-profit and public service field, attendees gain valuable insight about a wide variety of positions and organizations in the community.  This year’s organizations include representatives from the fields of education, environment, family & children, health, homelessness/poverty, international, public policy/legal, and special needs.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 from 7PM – 9PM

UCLA Carnesale Commons
An optional workshop is being held at the UCLA Career Center directly preceding the start of the program.

Event details will be provided upon RSVP.

Please register online  by Monday February 3, 2014
Please direct questions to nnncoordinator.ucla@gmail.com orvolunteer@ucla.edu