Martin Luther King Public Interest Job/Internship Fair 2012

Detailed information on the employers who are attending this event and the job(s) or internship(s) they are recruiting for is available on CareerCat: www.northwestern.edu. A list of all attending employers will also be posted on this website, in addition to CareerCat, as employers sign up. So please check back frequently.

Location: Norris University Center

Date: Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Time: 12:00pm -4:00pm

Northwestern Students and Alumni should plan to bring plenty of resumes and dress in business attire. All Northwestern University students are required to present their Wildcard ID. Alumni are to check in with Cindy Graham at the Registration Table.

The MLK Public Interest Job/Internship Fair is co-sponsored by:

Northwestern Community Development Corps

Companies Attending The Fair

Below is a list of companies and organizations who have registered to attend our January 10th Fair. Students may also log into their CareerCat account and find a list of not only the companies attending but the positions they are recruiting for under "Events".

2Seeds Network, Inc.
Academy for Urban School Leadership

A Christian Ministry in the National Parks
Admission Possible/College Possible
Alexian Brothers Center for Mental Health
Allowance for Good
American Red Cross of Greater Chicago
Amigos de las Americas

Avodah: The Jewish Service Corps

Center for New Community
Chicago Humanities Festival
ChildServ

City Year

Civitas Schools
Columbia College Chicago Counseling Services
Community Counseling Centers of Chicago
Davenport Community School District

Federal Bureau of Investigation
Grand Prairie Services Behavioral Healthcare

Grassroots Campaigns
Green Corps

Habitat for Humanity
Howard Brown Health Center
Ilya Sheyman for U.S. Congress
Jumpstart

Latin School of Chicago
Learn Charter School Network
Maryville Academy
Mercy Home for Boys and Girls

Northlight Theatre

Northwestern University

NU Public Interest Program (NU PIP)

NU Teach

Office of Senator Dick Durbin

Peace Corps
Planned Parenthood of Illinois

PROACT Search
Ray Graham Association
Social Security Administration

Spark
Starlight Childrens Foundation

Steppenwolf Theatre Company
Teach for America

The Arts of Life

The Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship
The Field Museum
The New Teacher Project
University of Illinois @ Springfield
Urban Prep Academies
US Army
US Marines
U.S. PIRG

World Teach

Information Only, No Representative will be present:
Civic Education Project

If you have any questions, please contact Brett Boettcher at b-boettcher@northwestern.edu or 847-491-3704