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Published: October 3, 2018 Author: Staff reports

Ohio University’s Career and Leadership Development Center (CLDC) is readying for its annual “Work That Matters: Non-Profit and Service Fair.”

Students are invited to learn more about volunteer opportunities, careers and internships at non-profit and government service organizations during the fair, which will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 10, in the Multipurpose Room, located on the second floor of Baker Center in rooms 240 and 242.

“This event was created in response to some of our non-profit and service employers asking for an event where they could connect with service-oriented students,” said Associate Director for Employer Relations Aaron Sturgill. It was originally started during the spring semester of 2016.

This year 25 organizations are expected to be represented:

  • Athens CASA/GAL Program
  • New Horizons Mental Health Center
  • Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities
  • Athens County Children Services
  • Camp Fitch YMCA
  • Camp Oty’Okwa
  • City Year
  • ComCorps
  • Franklin County Job and Family Services
  • Havar
  • Live Healthy Appalachia
  • Manna Project International
  • Nuhop
  • Ohio Department of Agriculture
  • Ohio Legislative Service Commission
  • Ohio Victim Witness Association
  • Peace Corps
  • Recreation Unlimited
  • Stuart’s Opera House
  • Teach For America
  • The Buckeye Ranch
  • The Village Network
  • Trades of Hope
  • Urban Teachers
  • Vincentian Volunteers of Cincinnati

Students who are interested in attending may pre-register through Handshake by clicking here. Use your Ohio University ID and password to log into your Handshake account.

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