Great Resource for Career Planning and Practicum

Check out this wonderful new website, Internships and the University of Maryland. It is a great resource for all students preparing for their future careers or those looking for a way to start getting work experience. It provides a variety of sources including details on how to be sure to get academic credit for your internship!

It has been developed as a joint initiative of the University Career Center & the President’s Promise, Division of Student Affairs and the Office of Undergraduate Studies, Division of Academic Affairs.

Society for International Development Career Fair- GW

Tuesday, October 02, 2012

A keynote speech discussing career opportunities and major trends in the field of international development “Breakout Panels for entry-level and mid-level professionals “A special sector-specific, intimate round table workshop session offering insights into identifying opportunities in international development “An Exhibitors Fair where attendees may meet and network with potential employers “A Networking Reception and informal discussion with senior recruiters

List of Exhibitors coming soon!
Start Time:
11:30 AM
End Time:
6:30 PM
800 21st Street, NW
The George Washington University – Marvin Center, Washington D.C.

Web Address:
Other Contact Information:
Society for International Development 202.331.1317

Study or Vounteer with INEPAS Guatemala

Attention students, if you’re interested in learning Spanish, volunteering abroad, or doing an internship with a development program- Listen up!

INEPAS Guatemala is a self-sustaining non-profit organization which was founded in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala. It is fully recognized by the Guatemalan government for performing a range of social, legal, and humanitarian projects within the framework of developing rural communities in and around Quetzaltenango. which offers a variety of programs based on your interest.

The Language Immersion Program: for those whose primary aim is to learn Spanish.

This is tailored to meet the needs of the individual, comprising of structured, intensive one-to-one tuition daily. Daily socio-cultural activities are arranged according to the interests of the students, including visits to local villages, trips to areas of natural beauty, films, sports and conferences on various aspects of Guatemalan life.

The Service Learning Program: for those who wish to learn Spanish in the context of voluntary work.

This consists of intensive one-to-one Spanish tuition each weekday morning and in the afternoons, students can participate in one of our social aid programs. Working directly with communities increases the desire and motivation to learn the Spanish language, whilst the classroom time enables participants to be more effective in their work in those communities. Thus both occupations complement and enhance each other.

Voluntary Internships: both in Social Projects and as an InternationalCo-ordination Assistant. More information about these can be found on our website.

This may be for gap-year students of social work, education, teaching or psychology, or for students seeking experience in administration, marketing or tourism within a development organization.

As a non profit-making organization, we rely heavily on independent sources of promotion and would therefore greatly appreciate your displaying of this letter and poster in an appropriate place. Thank you for taking the time to read this and in anticipation of your immensely important support.

If you would like to receive more information about our organization, please visit our website at or contact us at

We have more information on our blog posted in our Upcoming Application Deadlines, General Opportunities tab.