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Net Impact

Net Impact is a global nonprofit with a mission to inspire and educate individuals to use the power of business to create a more socially and environmentally sustainable world. Across 290 chapters, Net Impact members take action in corporate social responsibility, green business, and more. Join an existing chapter on your campus or start a new one to develop your leadership skills and make a difference.

Omicron Delta Kappa

Omicron Delta Kappa is a National Leadership Honor Society. It was founded on the idea that college leaders of exceptional quality and versatility should be recognized, that representatives in all phases of college life should cooperate in worthwhile endeavors, and that outstanding students, faculty, and administrators should meet on a basis of mutual understanding and helpfulness.

Phi Sigma Pi

Phi Sigma Pi is a coeducational organization that mixes an honor society, service organization, and social group into a fusion of scholarship, leadership, and fellowship. Phi Sigma Pi offers a variety of experiences including academic programs, social gatherings, and service projects. Phi Sigma Pi has more than 5,000 undergraduate members and 39,000 alumni from more than 130 campuses.

Breakthrough Collaborative

Breakthrough Collaborative offers high school and college students the opportunity to experience the realities of the classroom while planning and teaching their own academic courses to small groups of students from underserved areas. Repeatedly named a Princeton Review Top Ten Internship, Breakthrough Collaborative positions are available in 25 U.S. cities and Hong Kong.

Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative

Hillel’s Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative and the Peer-Network Engagement Internship provide students with the resources to dramatically enhance life on campus through a grassroots community-organizing approach. During a yearlong internship, interns build authentic relationships with peers while being connected to meaningful opportunities.

Children’s Defense Fund Freedom Schools Program trains college students to become servant leaders to provide frontline care and nurturing for children. Using integrated reading curricula, interns serve as facilitators in the classroom and as leaders of parent workshops and community outreach activities.


CollegeSpring helps high school juniors from low-income backgrounds tackle the SAT and college admissions. As an undergraduate mentor, you’ll coach students through difficult concepts and plan lessons in math, reading, and writing. You’ll also serve as a near-peer mentor, helping students gain confidence. CollegeSpring offers paid mentorships in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles.

Congressional Internship Program

The CIP is a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) effort to expose young Latinos to the legislative process and strengthen leadership skills, ultimately promoting the presence of Latinos on Capitol Hill. Interns participate in a community service project and receive professional programming. Internships are offered in the spring, summer, and fall and are paid 12-week programs. is an international organization that aims to help individuals act on good intentions through volunteering, community engagement, national and international service, social-impact careers, and further education. College students can sign up on the site to search for opportunities and learn more about nonprofit organizations around the country.

Latinos on Fast Track

A Hispanic Heritage Foundation’s program, Latinos on Fast Track (LOFT) was created to identify, prepare, place, and mentor emerging Latino professionals on a management track to bolster America’s workforce. Programs include internships, full-time positions, community service projects, and more. LOFT has provided hundreds of candidates to Fortune 500 companies.

Management Leadership for Tomorrow

MLT is a national nonprofit whose goal is to diversify senior business, entrepreneurial, and nonprofit leadership. Black, Latino, and Native American sophomores are encouraged to apply to the Career Prep program. Career Prep uses one-on-one coaching, exclusive exposure to leading companies, national networking with young professionals, and four all-inclusive leadership development workshops to help students realize their full career potential.

Practice Makes Perfect

PMP was conceived on the belief that all children have equal potential to compete intellectually in our society. Each year, PMP offers college students the opportunity to experience the challenges and realities of the classroom while planning and teaching low-income students from underserved areas over the course of an eight-week intensive summer internship.

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity

SEOs mission is to prepare young people of color to lead by example in their families, communities, and careers. The SEO Career Program has placed more than 5,000 Black, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American students in competitive business, banking, law, technology, and philanthropic internships. SEO has been featured in Princeton Review’s “The Best 109 Internships.”

Camp Ramapo

Camp Ramapo provides a traditional summer camp experience for children who have difficulty building and maintaining healthy relationships with peers and adults. Counselors are specifically selected based on experience, patience, and commitment to children with special needs. Counselors are emerging professionals in the fields of special education, social work, psychology, or related areas. This is a great opportunity to begin working in the field of special education.

Habitat For Humanity

Habitat For Humanity’s Collegiate Challenge is a year-round alternative break program, which offers groups of five or more students the opportunity to visit one of the 250 U.S. Habitat host affiliates. Students spend one week working with a local Habitat organization, a community, and partner families to increase the availability of decent, affordable housing in the area.


Jumpstart recruits and trains motivated college students to work one-on-one with preschool children for a full school year. Corps members partner with children from low-income backgrounds to help them build skills crucial to school success. Responsibilities include participating in weekly sessions and planning meetings, serving in a preschool classroom during the regular school day, engaging in ongoing training, and communicating and strategizing with families.

Kids & Chemistry

As Kids & Chemistry volunteers, college students teach elementary and middle school students important science concepts while showing them that science is cool, interesting, and something that they can do. Kids & Chemistry is run through the American Chemical Society (ACS). ACS provides volunteers with free presentation tips and hands-on activity ideas.

Let’s Get Ready

Let’s Get Ready expands access to higher education by mobilizing, equipping, and empowering a movement of college students to help high school students get to college. Let’s Get Ready site directors and volunteers provide underserved students with the intensive SAT preparation, college advisement, and powerfully relevant role-models and mentors they need to succeed. 

Students Today Leaders Forever

Students Today Leaders Forever conducts Pay It Forward tours with middle school, high school, and college students. The tour is a community service road trip that travels from city to city doing different service projects. Students will visit cities of various sizes and learn about a variety of social issues, with the hopes of learning more about themselves, their own community, and the world.

Tau Beta Pi

Tau Beta Pi offers engineering majors the opportunity to volunteer and help K-12 students through the MindSET Program. This initiative gives members and volunteers the opportunity to increase the number of students who successfully complete high-level math and science courses prior to graduating from high school.

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Considering teaching or a career in education? Join Teach For America, Urban Teachers, Alder Graduate School of Education, and TNTP Teaching Fellows for a virtual event to learn about 4 different teaching pathways!
October 26, 2017
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM EDT
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Considering teaching or a career in education? Join Teach For America, Urban Teachers, Alder Graduate School of Education, and Relay for a virtual event to learn about 4 different teaching pathways!
November 2, 2017
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM EDT
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Hear from six service-focused organizations: Reading Partners, Teach For America, City Year, Playworks, Citizen Schools, and Fulbright. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of each organization’s mission and role in solving our world’s greatest challenges, and learn more about specific job openings for undergraduates and professionals.
November 15, 2017
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST
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Interested in learning more about Teach For America? Join us for an introduction to the program and the application process, followed by a Q&A session with a recruiter.
November 28, 2017
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM EST