Careers in the Common Good

 

 

 

 

The Careers in the Common Good project (CCG) is a collaboration with the CareerLAB and the Curricular Resource Center. Use the links below to find out more about our alumni conversations, paid internship programs, targeted career fairs, post-graduate data, advising, and other career field resources for students interested in internships, jobs, and careers in the common good.

 

 

 

 

 

 





CCG Paid Internship Programs:

  • SPRINTprovides financial assistance to a limited number of students pursuing career-related internships over the summer

  • Careers in the Common Good Summer in New York City (CCG in NYC): paid internship program that connects Brown students with non-profits, start-ups, and public service agencies in New York City to help students build skills and a pathway into the non-profit and public service fields

  • iProvprovides 30 undergraduate students with a stipend to work full-time internships with nonprofit organizations based in the greater Providence area

  • Careers in the Common Good Virtual Winternships: facilitates professional opportunities at social enterprise and nonprofit organizations in Boston, New York City, San Francisco, Providence, and Washington, D.C. for two weeks over winter break

  • Echoing Green Social Entrepreneurship: offers students with professional practical experience related to social entrepreneurship in domestic and international locations with Echoing Green Fellows

CCG Job/Internship Search Tools:

  • Handshake at Brownjob and internship search tool used by hundreds of schools targeted at graduating students, including full-time employment opportunities

  • BrownConnect: job and internship search tool, including Bruno internships offered by Brown alumni, parents, or friends in which Brown students have an advantage in the hiring process

  • Swearer Center's BrownEngage: volunteer and internship opportunities with Swearer Center community partners

  • CCG Career Field Resources: detailed industry information, well-known organizations, alumni in the field, and professional organizations for a range of careers in the common good

CCG Virtual Career Fairs (featuring non-profit and pubic service employers):

CCG Counseling:

You can schedule a meeting with any CareerLAB counselor to discuss common good internships, jobs, and careers. Jim Amspacher -- one of CareerLAB's four counselors -- works with employers and alumni to develop common good internship and job opportunities for Brown students.