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Posted by Willy Franzen on January 20, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Sales Representative & Sales Manager||Lincoln, NH|
|Quality Assurance Specialist||Lincoln, NH|
|Private Preschool Assistant Teacher||Dallas, TX|
|Canon ASR Spring 2014 - Orange County, CA||Irvine, CA|
|Afternoon Assistant||Chester, VA|
|Need Catering Services||New York, NY|
|Database & Statistical Analysis Intern - D.C. United (Washington, DC)||Washington, DC|
|Technology Program Coordinator--Teach After School||East Palo Alto, CA|
|Owner Referral Agent (Telesales) - Anaheim, CA||Anaheim, CA|
|Enterprise Services - Analytics and Process Improvement Intern - Lynnwood||Lynnwood, WA|
My goal is to help you with career exploration–to introduce you to career opportunities that you didn’t know existed. We’re nearly 2,000 employers in, and we’ve already helped a lot of people land amazing jobs and internships. But in the grand scheme of exploration, finding cool companies to work for just isn’t that impressive. There’s no danger, and there’s almost no chance of finding something truly new. Real explorers are in The Explorers Club, a New York, NY based “international multidisciplinary professional society dedicated to the advancement of field research and the ideal that it is vital to preserve the instinct to explore.” It’s a non-profit that was founded in 1904 and exists to promote “the scientific exploration of land, sea, air, and space by supporting research and education in the physical, natural and biological sciences.”
The Explorers Club has about 30 chapters around the world, but what’s more important is where their flag has been flown. Club members have been bringing The Explorers Club flag on expeditions since 1918. If they bring the flag, they’re required to file a report when they return. Here are all of the reports files since 2003. It’s all part of a long and continuing history of amazing exploration. If you really want to get the rundown on the organization, I recommend that you read through their Corporate Brochure. If that gets you excited about the organization, then you may want to take a look at their job postings on Idealist. Right now they’re looking for an Administrative Assistant. It’s kind of a boring job title for such an exciting organization, but the position looks to be a great fit for a new grad.
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