Posted by Willy Franzen on April 26, 2008. Jobs updated daily.
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Save Our Wild Salmon: They have two pretty cool jobs that require little or no experience – Lower Snake Re-Creation Coordinator (which is a Fellowship Position) and Road Show Organizer (which includes the responsibility driving around a van with a 25′ fabricated salmon on it). If these don’t work for you, at the very least, eat wild salmon.
Cool Culture: It doesn’t look like Cool Culture has any full-time job openings right now.
Ithaka: They do consulting in higher education, and they’re looking for an entry-level Research Analyst.
Best Buddies: There are quite a few openings at Best Buddies, including Webmaster, Program Manager (Multiple), and Online Development Coordinator.
Living Lands and Waters: No specific openings are listed here, but you can apply to join their team and lead volunteers in cleaning up the country’s waterways.
College Summit: They have a great entry-level jobs page, which shows that they’re hiring Operations Associates, Workshop Support Coordinators, and Financial Coordinators.
New York City Teaching Fellows: NYCTF does have a mid-year program; however, they haven’t posted any information on it yet. They follow a strict schedule for hiring, so register on their website to be notified when the process for next year begins.
Calvert Foundation: This community investment organization is looking to hire new grads for their Community Investment Partners Associate, Junior Accountant, and Giving Fund Associate positions.
Americans for the Arts: There’s not much here right now. The Webmaster job might be a possibility.
YAI/NIPD: There are all kinds of jobs with YAI/NIPD that will allow you to enrich the lives of people with disabilities.
KaBOOM!: This organization builds playgrounds across the country, and they’re hiring new college grads as Associate Project Managers.
One Laptop Per Child: OLPC is offering some great jobs in software development that are highly technical, but could be considered entry-level.
KickStart International: The deadlines for most of the current listings at KickStart have passed. You should check their jobs page in a few weeks to see if they list anything new.
SEED Foundation: There are quite a few teaching jobs, as well as a few other positions. Education in education is important if you don’t have experience.
As you can, there are still myriad entry-level jobs available in the non-profit sector!
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