Looking for an entry level job or internship in community development? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
A job in community development can lead you to working with a city or neighborhood’s planning programs or a nonprofit striving to effect change. Some things you might do include:
A bachelor’s degree is usually required for community development positions, but volunteering and interning is a great and easy way to get started–and may lead you to a job without a degree. Besides a degree, creativity, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and a knowledge of the local community are also required.
|Community Development Program Manager|
DHCD, DHCD Richmond, VA
NewCareers Cincinnati, OH
|Public Sector Government Contracting Instructor Senior Associate|
PwC Mc Lean, VA
|Vice President of Development and Community Engagement|
The Chronicle of Philanthropy Bethel, CT
|Development & Communications Coordinator|
The Children's Clinic Long Beach, CA
|Literacy/HSED Instructor, Anamosa State Penitentiary|
Kirkwood Community College Anamosa, IA
|Agile Business Analyst - Government|
Griffin Global Systems Des Moines, IA
|Senior Auditor Data Governance|
Citi New York, NY
|Outside Sales Rep|
Symmetry Business Group Minneapolis, MN
|Salaried Restaurant Manager - Airway|
Peter Piper Pizza El Paso, TX
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