INDIANAPOLIS – A special career fair only focusing on humanitarian service will be held at the University of Indianapolis, March 25. It is common for students to attend career fairs but it is rare for schools to host career or job fairs of community and humanitarian service.
University of Indianapolis will host the job fair with the title Adventures in Service to Humanity, free for the public. More than 30 organizations, including Christian organizations, dedicated to community and humanitarian service at the international, national, state or local level will participate in the fair from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the atrium of Schwitzer Student Center.
Then from 2p.m. to 2:45 p.m. a panel discussion about “Post-College Volunteer and Professional Opportunities” will be held in Schwitzer Rm 010 and from 2:45 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., students who have done service work will talk about their experiences in a panel discussion.
Following is the list of participating organizations:
AmeriCorps (including VISTA and Senior Corps)
Appalachian Service Project
Boys & Girls Clubs
Boys Hope and Girls Hope
Bradford Woods Outdoor Education Center
Brightwood Community Center
Camp Riley and Riley Children's Foundation
Catholic Social Services
Christian Peacemaker Teams
Circle K, College Mentors for Kids
Community Programs of U of I
Faith Community of Covenant House
Fletcher Place Ministries
Girl Scouts of Hoosier Capital Council
Habitat for Humanity
Indiana Commission on Community Service
Indiana Youth Institute
Mercy Volunteer Corps
National Sports Camp/NCAA.
Special Olympics Indiana
United Methodist Volunteers in Mission
United Way of Central Indiana
Wheeler Arts Academy