Posted by Willy Franzen on April 27, 2008. Jobs updated daily.
|56M Chaplain Assistant|
|"Telephonic" Nurse Case Mgr I/II - Military Veterans|
|Managed Care Coordinator-Clinician (Non RN) - Military Veterans|
|Care Management Associate - Military Veterans|
|Community Outreach Specialist|
|Community Outreach Specialist|
|Recruiter - Military Veterans|
|Transportation Security Specialist - Military Veterans|
|Field Case Manager|
|Resident Care Director / Registered Nurse Manager / RN - New community|
This is our final revisiting post for a while. Hopefully you found the series useful, and if you missed any of the previous posts, you can find them here (Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, and Non-Profit Day 1). We’re still working on rolling out some tweeks that will make navigating our posts about entry-level jobs a lot easier, so watch our blog in the next few days for more information on what changes we’ve made.
Harlem RBI: We keep seeing commercials on tv for RBI with Dontrelle Willis, so they’re really pushing the program. Right now the only entry-level jobs that they have are as Summer Teachers.
Dogs for the Deaf: There’s nothing listed right now, but sending them a resume could be worthwhile.
Sylvan Beach Foundation: They seem to be a small organization, and they don’t appear to be hiring anymore.
National Trust for Historic Preservation: The National Trust has quite a few job openings, but we couldn’t find anything entry-level at the moment.
The New Teacher Project: TNTP is great a top entry-level employer, and they’re great about listing jobs and making them easy to find. They have quite a few positions, and they’re located all across the country.
Northwest Service Academy: Quite a few of the jobs that we mentioned in our original post are still open, as well as some new listings. These are great jobs for lovers of the outdoors.
American Association of Zoos & Aquariums: This isn’t a single employer, but a group of job listings for all member zoos and aquariums. That means that there are a ton of jobs, many of which might be well suited to new college grads.
Wikimedia Foundation: There are 3 job openings at Wikimedia right now, but none of them are anywhere near entry-level.
Punxsutawney Groundhog Club: Nothing has changed here. It was just a fun post anyways.
USA Football: There are no jobs listed, but cold calling may be worth a shot.
Minds Matter: We found out about the opportunities at Minds Matter from an e-mail. They don’t list jobs on their website, so we don’t know if they’re still hiring.
Gapminder: We wrote about Gapminder because we thought they were really cool, not because we knew about specific job opportunities. They don’t seem like they’re looking to hire, but you never know.
Heldref Publications: They have 3 positions listed right now, and all could be possibilities for new grads who are interested in publishing.
Creative Commons: All they have right now is an Accountant position, and it looks like it requires experience.
PlayPumps International: They don’t list jobs, and from what we hear, most of their jobs are in Africa. You’re going to have to try cold calling here.
New York Botanical Garden: There are quite a few opportunities here. They include: Design Production Specialist, Community Horticulturist, Assistant to the Buyer, Botanical Garden Aide, and more.
American Museum of Natural History: They have a few Assistant positions open, as well as a Web Developer job, that might be right for new college grads.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center: They accept applications through their college recruiting program, so you don’t need to worry about specific job openings here.
Trout Unlimited: TU is not currently hiring.
Institute of International Education: There is still a Program Associate position open here, but that’s it at the entry-level.
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research: Many of the jobs that are currently listed at AEI are entry-level, and it’s easy to identify them on the jobs page.
National Wildlife Federation: Most of the jobs that are listed are the same as when we first featured them. There’s not too much in the way of entry-level jobs.
That’s the end of our week of recaps. We’ve covered up until March 19th, because we figured anything that we posted over the last month or so probably doesn’t need to be revisited. Let us know in the comments if you enjoyed these posts, so that we know whether to do it again.
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