Whether you are new to social innovation, or already committed to a social change career, here are some resources to help you with your job search.
Check out my other job search advice below.
Check these job boards regularly for new opportunities.
Social Enterprise/Private Sector Social Good:
Social Enterprise Jobs <firstname.lastname@example.org> (e-mail list)
Social Enterprise List <SE-L@listserv.american.edu> (e-mail list)
Corporate Social Responsibility:
Those with more experience in the sector or in consulting should consider some of these consulting opportunities.
Fellowships are great for an entry-level move into the space, or for further development for professionals.
Maybe you want to try out a short stint before making a full-time move into social innovation. There is a multitude of short-term volunteer programs out there, or volunteer with one of these organizations.
Join a community of individuals committed to social change. Whether it’s a university or local club, or one of these international organizations, it’s a great opportunity to connect with peers, receive trainings, and learn about new opportunities in the space.
There are numerous graduate school options. Here are few socially-focused options, but certainly not the only ones.
Masters in Business Administration (NetImpact guide Business as UNusual)
What social innovation job resources are missing from this list? Add them in the comments.
And…my job search advice: