Editor’s Note: Mac’s List is a service of Prichard Communications. Today’s guest post is cross-posted from macslist.org with permission.
Social change means different things to different people. Here at “Mac’s List,” when we think “social change,” we think innovation, inspiration and collaboration—all towards a better future. We also think: meaningful, engaging work!
For this reason, our next “Mac’s List” Meets event will focus on the topic “How to Find a Job in Social Change.”
We know our readers are philanthropic at heart with a strong interest in nonprofits and foundations that make a difference in the community and the world. So, please join us from now until the day of our event, June 19, in an exercise of community building that will help us all see the bigger picture in our work!
How to Get Involved:
- Join our conversation on Twitter using #MLChangeMakers and #MLSocialChange.
- Share your comments with us on the “Mac’s List” Facebook page—look for our questions for you regarding social change each week!
- Register for our June 19 event with Idealist.Org, and look forward to meeting leaders and experts on social change careers in Portland.
What: “Mac’s List” Meets: How to Find a Job In Social Change
When: June 19, 5:30-8 p.m.
Where: Idealist, 209 SW Oak St. Portland, OR 97204
What to Expect:
The event will begin with 30 minutes of networking prior to a 45-minute panel discussion with time allotted for audience questions. Following the panel will be an hour for networking and mingling, including a game that will allow jobseekers individual time with our expert panelists, established career coaches, and the Prichard team!
Learn more about our expert panelists on the Mac’s List blog.
Idealist is a nonprofit organization based in New York and Portland. Every day, we connect 100,000 people with job openings and volunteer and action opportunities posted by 90,000 organizations across the world. Visit us at idealist.org.
About Prichard Communications
Prichard provides public relations services to top-tier nonprofits and foundations focused on health and human services across the United States. Our clients include the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Playworks, Reclaiming Futures and Cure Violence. “Mac’s List” is a service of Prichard.
Please contact Cecilia@prichardcommunications.com with any questions!