Message from your career coach
Greetings! Welcome to the social justice, education & public affairs career community. I’m Katie Breslin (she/her), and I work with students who fall into this career community. You can read more about me in my bio on the right side of the page. I’ve spent most of my career working in advocacy and lobbying in Washington, DC, but I’m grateful to now be a resource for Earlham College.
Explore Your Career Community
The first question you might ask is – how do I know for sure that I am in this career community?
I work with students who want to make an impact on society through a social justice lens. Whether that means grassroots organizing, nonprofit fundraising and administration, teaching, serving as a librarian, or working through legal and political systems as a lawyer, politician, or administrator, you’re sure to find a way to change the world – even if just for one person at a time.
Ready to book an appointment? Need to see me?
It is as simple as going to Handshake and selecting this career community! If there isn’t a time on Handshake to sign up for, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partnership with the Center for Social Justice and the Center for Career Education
You can find many of the opportunities that align with this career community housed within the Center for Social Justice. Another great person for you to meet is the Director of the Center for Social Justice, Ahmed Khanani. You can find Ahmed’s information on the right of this page.
Below are some of the professional fields that are included in this career community:
- Early Childhood Development
- Education – K to 12 and Higher Education
- Foreign Service
- Government – Local, State, Federal
- International Affairs
- Ministry and Religion
- Museum Studies
- NGOs and Nonprofits
- Policy Research
- Social Justice Advocacy