Friday, April 1, 2011

Notre Dame to Hold Nonprofit Networking Event

The University of Notre Dame will be holding a nonprofit career event on April 5th, so if you are interested in learning more about nonprofit jobs, then you should head to this event if you live in the area.  The program, called “Making a Living Making a Difference," will be held in Geddes Hall from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, and it will give students and locals the chance to learn what it takes to work in the not-for-profit-sector

Speakers at the program include Notre Dame alumni Bill and Nancy Jordan, who will present the keynote speech: "Sustainability in a World of Energy and Food Poverty."  The Jordans are co-founders of Let’s Share the Sun Foundation, which is dedicated to installing solar energy technology in some of the poorest parts of the world in order to enhance the quality of life in those communities.

After the keynote speech, there will be an Informational Fair at 7:30 PM in the Geddes Hall coffee house meeting area, which will allow attendees to learn about potential nonprofit internships and careers (with both local and national nonprofit organizations).

Interested?  Read about more about the event at Thriving In Michiana, and be sure to read more about nonprofit careers at our Jobs Blog.

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