Announcements, Announcements, Announcements, WOO!
Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College offers master's degree programs in public policy and management and a minimum scholarship award of $6,000 per semester for City Year alumni. Need to be convinced? City Year corps and alumni qualify for a $250 travel stipend to attend their Open House in Pittsburgh on November 14/15.
Affordable Colleges Online wants to help you better understand the challenging world of financial aid. Click the following links to learn more about financing your education; there's a wealth of information about undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs..and they don't have to be online!
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NationBuilder wants to hire City Year Alumni. NationBuilder is the world's first community organizing system - bringing organizing not just to all types of political candidates and nonprofits, but to anyone building a community around what they do. They are actively hiring organizers and many other roles. They want you.
Here is a link to an Organizer position description. There are more than one of these opportunities in the Politics/Advocacy department, as well as similar Organizer positions within the Non-profit/Universities department.
For a full list of what is available, click here.
Education First is Hiring!
Are you looking for a flexible, work from home job opportunity that can help you gain valuable teaching and professional experience? EF, the world leader in international education, is looking for City Year Alumni who are interested in teaching English online. Build your own schedule each week and help us bring language to life for millions of people across the globe. Compensation starts at $12 per hour. For more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fast track your application for an interview at www.englishtown.com/teachonline.
Ignite the Greatness In Each Child: a positive discipline approach provided by Sam Healy, City Year staff alumnus.
Final Thought: Mike Rowe's Life Advice is the Best Thing You'll Read Today
"Happiness does not come from a job. It comes from knowing what you truly value, and behaving in a way that's consistent with those beliefs."
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