Wednesday, February 20, 2013
6:30pm-8:30pm
UCLA Career Center

Did you know that there are thousands of people employed in government and nonprofit organizations with great benefits and opportunities to make positive differences for people? Were you aware that over 20 million people work for these federal, state, or local agencies and departments and help to support projects like the protection of wilderness areas, the Space program, public health, firefighting services, and long-term health care facilities for the aging?

Have you thought about a career in the nonprofit sector? Their funding comes from places such as government grants, foundations, and membership dues, but what attracts people the most to these careers is one thing: The chance to make a positive difference in the world.

In one evening, we will bring these groups together for you in one place, here at the UCLA Career Center.

This is a great opportunity to learn about internships and employment targeted specifically to UCLA Bruins. And it's your chance to meet and network with recruiters who are looking to recruit UCLA students. All majors and all class levels are welcome to attend!

We encourage you to research the attending organizations and opportunities by checking this web page. Come prepared! First impressions do count.

Business Casual attire is preferred.

Questions? Email us at BruinView@career.ucla.edu.

Fair admittance open only to current UCLA students. Alumni who are subscribers to BruinView™ for Alumni may also attend. Your valid Bruincard is required for admission.

Employers for this fair include (subject to change):

Camino Nuevo Charter Academy

Citizen Schools

City of Beverly HIlls

City of Torrance

City Year

Coaching Corps

Council on Foreign Relations

County of Los Angeles - Dept. of Human Resources

Fund for the Public Interest

GameDesk

HealthCorps

Match Education

Navy Recruiting District Los Angeles 

Peace Corps

Public Defender Service for DC

Reading Partners 

Riverside County Sheriff's Department

Teach For China

USPIRG (US Public Interest Research Group)


Questions?