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Public Service and Social Work Programs

Guide To Online Masters In Social Work Programs

Masters in Social Work is the only website focused on providing students considering a master in social work degree with reliable information they can use to make an educated decision about their degree or school. They provide a comprehensive list of the top online colleges offering a Masters on Social Work program. Request free info about the programs each school offers by visiting the links provided and filling out the form.

FireScience

A broad field that covers an array of occupations, public service offers individuals an opportunity to make an impact. Those interested in this field are motivated by their desire to serve others and their communities.

FireScience.org created a guide on public service careers to help prospective employees explore the different types of career paths available; learn about employment opportunities, internships, and volunteer work; get insight from public service experts; and find a list of additional resources for navigating the public service sector.

We created this guide to help interested students and professionals better understand the many public service areas of employment, including how to get started through volunteer opportunities. In fact, we have an expanded list of volunteer resources for those interested in the various public service fields.

FireScience.org began in 2012 to provide quality data and information for students pursuing a career in fire science. We provide tools and resources to help students and professionals make well-informed decisions about their education and career training.

Learn How To Become: Volunteering & Nonprofit Careers

LearnHowToBecome.org is a comprehensive career resource with a mission to help students and aspiring professionals understand what it takes to land their perfect career. They offer an open-access, expert-driven guide to non-profit career opportunities which includes an exhaustive list of non-profit job seeking resources, and additional volunteer opportunities available.

FACT: In 2012, 64.5 million Americans - 26.5 percent of the population - contributed 7.9 billion volunteer hours, worth an estimated $175 billion in service.

Volunteer work is the cornerstone that joins charitable service and hard work. While an individual generally does not receive compensation for volunteer hours, the rewards of service go far beyond that of monetary payment. In addition to the personal satisfaction and deeper understanding of community gained in helping a person or organization, individuals who volunteer are likely to develop a network of contacts that can be useful when searching for a job.

There are many opportunities for volunteering in a wide range of sectors, and people of all ages benefit from providing service to others.

Affordable Colleges Online -Degrees For The Greater Good

The desire to address challenging problems at local, state, national and international levels is felt by all ages and professions. From pursuing a nonprofit career to volunteering one's professional skills, the ways to have an impact are as varied as the problems. From administrative assistant to staff attorney to environmental policy analyst, nonprofit organizations (NPOs) require skilled employees and volunteers to succeed in their mission.

Our guide includes advice on what college degrees translate into a non-profit career, information about working at a non-profit, and tips to becoming a skill based volunteer. Use this guide to find out how to combine a passion for making a difference while using one's specialized career knowledge.

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