Beyond offering volunteer opportunities and internships for college students, NSP also has some entry level jobs for new grads.

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Academic Mentor - Aug 2020 start date - Newark, NJ; Bridgeport, CT; New York, NY; Wilmington, DE; Baltimore, MD
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Education Leadership (full- or part-time term faculty position)
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Great Oaks AmeriCorps Fellow August 2021 - June 2022 -Newark, NJ; Bridgeport, CT; New York, NY; Wilmington, DE; Baltimore, MD
Washington, DC
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Coordinator of Residential Student Development Initiatives
Fairfax, VA
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Instructor
Vienna, VA
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Education and Outreach Intern
Arlington, VA
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NIH Fellowship
Bethesda, MD
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Assistant Professor of Accounting (Montgomery Village)
Montgomery Village, MD
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Aspire Afterschool Parent and Community
Arlington, VA
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Virginia Online Special Education Teacher - (VAVA) (Falls Church)
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How’s the relationship between your college or university and the town or city that it’s in? Let me guess. Not so hot. It always seems that students and “townies” don’t get along too well. Beyond that, there can also be situations like at Yale in New Haven, CT where the students are generally much wealthier than the people who live in the surrounding neighborhood. This just exacerbates the fundamental gap between the university and the community. National Student Partnerships is a non-profit organization that was started in New Haven by two Yale students who wanted to close this gap. They “designed a program where college student volunteers work one-on-one with community residents, coordinating access to employment opportunities and social services, including job training, housing, health care, child care, and transportation.” It’s a wonderful idea, and it’s working – look at the success stories.

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In a lot of ways college students are an untapped resource. They generally have a lot of free time, a lot of energy, and a lot of brains – they’re just lacking a bit when it comes to “real world” experience. Putting them to work whether it be an internship or a volunteer program like NSP just makes sense. Additionally, college students are our future, which is why “NSP seeks to unite a national movement of students dedicated to direct service now, so that the systemic challenges we inherit do not become ones we will pass on.” Beyond offering volunteer opportunities and internships, NSP also has some entry level jobs for new grads. You can find the listings on NSP’s Jobs page, and they include openings for a Site Coordinator and a Regional Program Manager. The Site Coordinator positions are available in Baltimore, MD; Bronx, NY; Cambridge, MA; Chicago, IL; Evanston, IL; New Haven, CT; Philadelphia, PA (2 Offices); Pittsburgh, PA; Richmond, VA; Somerville, MA; and Washington, DC, while the Regional Program Manger position is located in Boston, MA. You can apply for the Site Coordinator jobs by sending a cover letter and resume to jobs@nspnet.org, and for the Regional Program Manager job by sending your materials to joinus@nspnet.org

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