Hosted by the UCLA Volunteer Center, USAC Community Service Commission, Career Center, Office of Residential Life (ORL), and Partnership UCLA, the evening features speed networking activities and the opportunity to sit down with professionals and other UCLA students. This event allows students to connect and network with leaders from the non-profit and public sector fields to allow students who are interested in learning more about or are looking for opportunities (e.g. jobs, internships, etc.) to gain valuable insight about a wide variety of positions and organizations in the community. This program provides students with information about ways to get involved outside of and after graduating UCLA. Students are encouraged to think more about their post-graduation goals, allowing them to continue with their academic careers with more focus and intention.
The fourth annual Non-profit Networking Night took place on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at the Carnesale Pavilion in the new Robin & Albert Carnesale Commons. This year’s organizations included representatives from the fields of education, environment, family & children, health, homelessness/poverty, international, public policy/legal, and special needs. An optional “Intro-to-Networking” seminar and panel was be hosted by the Career Center directly before the event.
Participation is free and includes a seat for you at our networking tables, light refreshments, and the chance to obtain a job or internship in the non-profit sector. If interested, please register online by Monday, February 3. Limited space is available, and this event “sells out” every year. For more information and registration, click here.