Seattle has a vibrant and diverse nonprofit community, and offers a wide range of job and internship opportunities. We want to connect you with opportunities that spark your interest and we want to ensure that you have the tools and resources you need to cultivate your career. Whether you are beginning your nonprofit career or are looking to expand your network, these resources will help you accelerate your career.
As a student or alum of the Nonprofit Leadership programs at Seattle University, we offer a weekly digest of career and training opportunities called NPL Connects and we also have a private LinkedIn group for sharing opportunities, resources, and community builidng.
Current students and alumni have access to Seattle University Career Services. Career Services offers resources to connect with internships, jobs and networking opportunities.
The Fire Science Guide to Public Service was created to help interested students and professionals better understand the many public service areas of employment, including what the various jobs entail, job growth outlook, and what employees can expect to earn. Updates to the guide include, a comprehensive review of the varied sectors in the public service field, an expanded list of volunteer and internship opportunities to help students toward their professional goals, and an exploration of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program: who is eligible, how to apply, and more.
Association of Fundraising Professionals - International
Chegg Internships provides a resource for individuals to search for Nonprofit internship opportunities by location.