Public Interest Internship and Job Fair 2014

**View a full list of internships and jobs from employers attending the Public Interest Internship and Job Fair on Tuesday, April 8**

The 2014 Public Interest Internship and Job Fair is part of Northwestern University's Public Interest Career Day, co-sponsored by University Career Services and The Center for Civic Engagement. The day offers opportunities for undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni to connect with employers hiring for civically engaged jobs and internships (nonprofits, government, education and more) and network with alumni who have found ways to connect their career paths with their interest in making a difference in the world.

Public Interest Internship and Job Fair
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Norris Center, 2nd Floor
Time: 12-3 p.m.
LinkedIn Photo Booth: 1-2 p.m. during internship & job fair (sign-ups start at 12:30 p.m., first-come, first-served)
Open to: Northwestern undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni
Prepare for the fair at UCS’ Career Fair Prep workshop Thursday, April 3 from 4-5 p.m. at the UCS Office, 620 Lincoln Street (Garden Level). Plus: Find tips from recruiters here and more career fair prep tips here.

Please note: Northwestern University students and alumni do not need to register for the event. Students are required to present their Wildcard ID.

Don't forget to register to attend The Center for Civic Engagement's Civically Engaged Alumni Roundtables for Students
Location: Norris, 2nd Floor
Time: 4:30-6 p.m. (following the internship and job fair)
Registration and more information: Visit The Center for Civic Engagement website
Please note: Registration begins the first week of spring quarter classes

Companies and Organizations Attending the Public Interest Fair

Below is a list of companies and organizations who have registered to attend the Public Interest Internship and Job Fair on Tuesday, April 8. Students may also log into their CareerCat account and find a list of the organizations/companies attending and the positions they are recruiting for under "Events."

American Red Cross-Greater Chicago
Adler Planetarium
After School Matters
AUSL Chicago Teaching Residency
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Bright Pink
Center for Civic Engagement @ NU
Center for Talent Development @ NU
Chicago Public Schools
City of Chicago
City Year
Civitas Education Partners
Coro Fellows
Education First
Family Matters
Fund for the Public Interest
Government Finance Officers Association

Match Education
Museum of Science and Industry

NU Alumni Relations
Office of Fellowships @ NU
Organizing For Action
Peace Corps
Proact Search

Public Allies Chicago
Social Security Administration
Susan G. Komen
The Chicago Academy for the Arts
Urban Teacher Center
University of Illinois Springfield
US Army

Youth Organizations Umbrella
More to come!

If you have any questions please contact Flannery Donahue, Special Events Coordinator at 847-491-7432