Education, Training, Non-profit & Social Justice

Welcome to the Education, Training, Non-profit & Social Justice community. This page is for students across disciplines who want to learn more about studying and careers in these fields. Students in the following majors may be interested in the Education, Training, Non-profit & Social Justice Community:

  • Africana Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Childhood Education
  • Communication
  • Criminal Justice
  • Educational Policy & Leadership
  • English
  • History
  • Political Science
  • School Psychology
  • And more!

Make the Most of Your Summer – Summer Camp Counselor

Students can use the summer months to gain valuable experience. In the Make the Most of Your Summer Series, we highlight various students who are making their summer count. This week’s spotlight is on Chaya Gitelson, a rising junior and …

By Jessica Pugliese
Jessica Pugliese Career Advisor
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Calling all Graduates: Where to Next?

Do you know what your plans are for after graduation (employment, grad school, etc)? We want to know! Please take a few minutes to provide us with valuable information on our 2021-2022 baccalaureate graduates by completing the First Destination Survey. 
By Megumi Kim
Megumi Kim Career Advisor
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CURCE – New Summer and Fall 2022 Research Opportunities!

The Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Engagement (CURCE) has new Summer and Fall 2022 research opportunities for undergraduate students looking to gain experience. Please check out the CURCE Blackboard Community Page in the “Research Opportunities” link.

Some opportunities may …

By Megumi Kim
Megumi Kim Career Advisor
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Make the Most of Your Summer – Volunteer!

Not sure what your summer plans may be yet? Think about volunteering in your local community!

Not only does volunteering provide support to those in need, it can also develop great transferrable skills for your future career. You can also …

By Megumi Kim
Megumi Kim Career Advisor
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The Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA) API NEXT State Capitol Internship Application Available!

The Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association (APAPA) Headquarters and the APAPA Albany Chapter would like to invite students to apply for their Capitol Internship program, providing students with professional experience/exposure in government, civic engagement, and public relations. Accepted …

By Megumi Kim
Megumi Kim Career Advisor
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Internship Spotlights

UAlbany students have fantastic internship opportunities! Read on to get inspired:

 

Internship Spotlight – New York State Mesonet

 

Peace Corps Prep

UAlbany offers the Peace Corps Prep, a “preparatory Certificate granted by the Peace Corps to undergraduate students who complete a …

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