Posted by Willy Franzen on October 5, 2008. Jobs updated daily.
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As we grow up and start looking for our first jobs, we often fail to realize how easy we had it. Although good grades and getting into college are important, almost all seniors and new grads who are looking for an entry level job never had to worry about survival. It was a given. I’m sure that there are some of you reading who had very different experiences, but most of you are now facing the most distressing times of your lives – entering the real world. It’s easy to forget that there are millions of children in the world who live each day trying to survive. Save the Children is an international non-profit organization that focuses almost entirely on making the lives of children across the world better. They do so with a focus on 7 main areas: Economic Opportunities, Education, Emergencies, Protection, Health, Hunger and Malnutrition, and U.S. Literacy and Nutrition. Save the Children has spent the last 70 years fighting poverty’s effects on children through their unique self-help approach, and they’re not stopping any time soon.
Since one of your biggest life challenges is finding a job after graduation, yet many children across the world face much more pressing challenges every day, why not kill two birds with one stone and consider working for Save the Children? They have some a wide range of job opportunities across many locations. Most jobs with Save the Children require a decent level of experience, but we’ve found a few that seem to be suited to new college grads. These include Program Associate (Westport, CT), Specialist – Program (ESSS, Ops) – KY, E. TN (Berea, KY), Program Associate – Livelihoods (Washington, DC), and Program Specialist – Early Childhood (Fresno, CA). You may be able to find a few more jobs that will interest you by looking at all of Save the Children’s job postings. They’re a large organization and seem to do a lot of hiring, so keep your eyes open for new postings too. You can apply for any of these jobs through Save the Children’s online application form, or you can submit a general resume if you don’t see any jobs that fit your background. Working for Save the Children is a great way to help yourself and others at the same time.
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