Wednesday september 28 | 5:00-8:00pm | JOyce CENter Heritage hall
Representatives from nearly 50 non-profit organizations, ranging from health clinics in Honduras to schools in Chicago, will be on campus to talk to students about opportunities in healthcare, education, social service, advocacy/organizing, legal affairs, communications, management…and more! Issues include poverty, children’s welfare, immigration, healthcare, elder care, environmental justice, healthy food, and homelessness, to name a few!
The Center for Social Concerns also partners with The Career Center on providing resources and support for students interested in pursuing postgraduate service. Organizations are encouraged to register with The Career Center's employment database, GoIRISH, which includes all kinds of opportunities. Service organizations are asked to include "Post-Grad Service" as one of their industries (in addition to "Non-Profit," "Education," "Healthcare," or whatever categories apply.)
Students do not need to register for the Service Fair, a free event. Enter the Joyce Center through Gates 1,2, or 3 and head to the concourse on the 2nd level. Students interested in exploring service opportunities can click on the link below for access to a database of organizations that have recruited or are recruiting Notre Dame students.
FOR SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS
To register for the Service Fair or for more information, please click on the registration button below.