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  1. This national Latina organization offers opportunities in leadership development, community service, and advocacy. Additionally, information regarding scholarships, grants, educational programs, and conferences can be found here.
  2. is a veteran owned organization committed to helping veterans find jobs and connect with employers. The website contains job listings, employer profiles, and the ability for job seekers to post a resume for employers who are searching to hire.
  3. A nonprofit educational organization working to diversify campuses and work sites, Minority Access, Inc.’s website contains programs geared to enhance diversity including a national minority internship program and a RICHES program (Registered Inventory of College and High School Excellent Students) designed for schools and employers.
  4. A global directory of media outlets, designed to ease the difficulty in locating towns’ and regions’ newspapers, magazines, and radio/television stations. The site also includes a list of media contacts.
  5. Monthly Developments Magazine provides in-depth news and commentary on global trends that affect relief, refugee and development work. The magazine is published by InterAction, the largest coalition of U.S.-based international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) focused on the world’s most vulnerable people. The magazine's website includes job listings in NGOs.


  1. Targeted toward public health professionals, National Association of County and City Health Officials’ (NACCHO) website contains job listings, career tips, resume building advice, opportunities for social networking, and reference checks.
  2. NAPAWF advocates issues dealing with API women and promotes collaboration. Their programs include young women’s leadership development, anti-human trafficking, immigrant rights, and more. The website contains staff and volunteer positions.
  3. The National Association for Multicultural Education works to advance equality and social justice. The website offers job openings in education fields.
  4. NAEYC is working to aid in the education of young children from birth to the age of eight. The website contains a career forum for employers and job seekers in the area of education.
  5. The National Association of Colleges and Employers connects campus recruiting and career services professionals and provides best practices, trends, research, professional development, and conferences. The site also offers a salary calculator by occupation.
  6. Through the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), this resource provides links to tools on salary information, including compensation data, salary data for employers, salary data and salary calculator, and the salary data center. The website also provides information about national job and internship trends.
  7. Find information on environmental planning, research, and management. The association has national memberships for students pursuing an environmental career as well as individuals who have experience in the environmental field. The site also has a list of job and internship opportunities.
  8. The NASPAA’s goal is to promote excellence in public service education. It contains 275 international graduate programs in public administration, public policy, public affairs, and public management. The website also includes career resources with salary information and internship opportunities.
  9. The NCAIED promotes and supports commerce for tribal and private businesses. The organization contains numerous events and programs to aid in native businesses.
  10. The NCEI, a private nonpartisan research organization, conducts surveys and reports on educational matters. The website provides resources for students and teachers, including certification/licensure/reciprocity information, professional organizations, and teacher resources.
  11. NCSC provides online resources and hands-on assistance to court systems. The website offers free online courses and court certification programs, as well as links to numerous court community jobs.
  12. NCSE is a non-profit organization committed to improving the scientific basis for environmental decision-making. The organization provides an internship clearinghouse, a campus to careers program, and a variety of online environmental publications.
  13. NCSL is a bipartisan organization focused on providing research and technical assistance to policymakers. The website offers regular webinars, a jobs clearinghouse, and research on public policy issues.
  14. The NCJA is an association of state, tribal, and local criminal and juvenile justice practitioners. The association offers a monthly webinar series, an online jobs database for criminal justice and homeland security jobs, and policy/practice publications.
  15. The NFPA is a non-profit federation of paralegal associations. The association offers information on paralegal education and credentialing, a publication library, and an online career center.
  16. The National Organization on Disability is a private nonprofit organization helping people with disabilities find employment. The website provides links to employment resource databases and legal and self-advocacy resources.
  17. The NPRC has a mission of strengthening and enhancing the social, political, and economic well being of Puerto Ricans throughout the United States. The coalition offers networking opportunities for members and a job announcements page.
  18. The National Sheriffs’ Association is dedicated to police education, police training, and general law enforcement information resources. The association provides members with opportunities to further their law enforcement education and an online career center for job seekers.
  19. The NWSA focuses on education and social change in women’s studies. The association holds annual conferences, provides teaching and learning resources, as well as jobs and professional opportunities.
  20. Net Impact is an international nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire, educate, and equip individuals to use the power of business to create a more socially and environmentally sustainable world. Net Impact members are current and emerging leaders in CSR, social entrepreneurship, nonprofit management, international development, and environmental sustainability who are actively improving the world. Use Net Impact resources to choose graduate school programs that address social and environmental issues, secure jobs and internships with organizations that include social and environmental impact as part of the position description or organizational philosophy, and create social and environmental impact in your workplace through “intrapreneurship”. Contact the Career Center at 202-885-2804 or for login information.
  21. Neuvoo is a free job search engine that indexes jobs directly from companies' career websites, placement agencies, and job boards. The Neuvoo job search engine offers over 3,000,000 jobs in the United States.
  22. The New England Board of Higher Education promotes educational opportunities and services for residents of New England. The website provides job listings in higher education and professional development programs.
  23. NOLO provides legal information and resources for small businesses and prospective business owners. The site covers entrepreneurial topics including choosing a business structure, information on how to start your own business, and business contract resources.
  24. Nonprofit jobs is a membership database that offers career coaching and advice as well as a list of nonprofit job listings across industries and functions.
  25. Nonprofit oyster is a jobs database that helps seekers find nonprofit jobs. The website contains numerous postings and candidate resources.


  1. Through the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), this free salary calculator resource gives salary data for specific occupations.
  2. is a news media outlet and social network for law enforcement. The site contains job postings, training and educational resources, and career related events.
  3. Lists hundreds of current jobs and internships in the Washington, DC area in public relations, government affairs, legislation, and journalism. (Hard copy version is available in the Career Center library.)
  4. Opportunity Knocks is a job and career development site focused on nonprofit employment. The site offers a job search database and an information center with career-specific articles and information.
  5. The OCA is a national organization dedicated to advancing opportunities for Asian Pacific Americans. OCA offers networking opportunities, leadership conferences, and organizational training for college students.


  1. This nonprofit, nonpartisan organization works to innovate the federal government by inspiring a new generation to serve and transform the way the government works. The website offers employment opportunities, a publications library, and a list of public service events.
  2. Pathways to Science supports pathways to the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and places particular emphasis on connecting underrepresented groups with STEM programs, funding, mentoring and resources. Pathways to Science posts undergraduate summer research opportunities, graduate fellowships, postdoctoral positions, and graduate application resources.
  3. Polls, public opinion research, national surveys on public attitudes toward press, politics, public policy issues.
  4. This is a national membership organization dedicated to improving policing. The website offers a free document library, fellowship opportunities, and an employment bulletin.
  5. Policy Experts is an insider guide to public policy authorities and policy institutes. The website allows you to search for names and information on specific policy experts and organizations.
  6. Legislative, Government and Political staffing service.
  7. Three of Washington’s leading news organizations, POLITICO, ABC7/WJLA and WTOP Radio, have partnered to create an innovative career website,, tailored to employers and employees in the influential industries that make up Washington, D.C.'s workforce. POWERJobs will showcase high-level, industry-specific careers in the defense, education, energy, finance, government, health care and technology industries as well as the nonprofit arena.
  8. PNP is a recruiting firm for the nonprofit sector. The website offers direct hire and temporary job postings, career resources, and salary and job reports.
  9. The Public Affairs Council is a nonpartisan, nonpolitical organization for professionals in public affairs. The website offers public affairs jobs and internships, hiring tips, and career management resources.
  10. Through the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), this free resource offers students and employers access to current salary data.
  11. This website contains recent job postings and a tab to create and edit resumes for employers to review.
  12. This job search engine represents the interests of all U.S. accredited schools of public health. The website contains job listings, career links, and other resources through ASPH.


  1. RAND is a nonprofit institution that helps improve policy and decision-making through research and analysis. The website offers an extensive research database, media resources, and a list of policy events and programs.
  2. Online magazine that reports Capitol Hill new and is geared to Congressional staffers.
  3. Resources for the Future is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that works to improve environmental and natural resource policymaking around the world. The site offers research articles, academic seminars, and environmental news resources.
  4. The Riley Guide provides free information on careers and employment opportunities. There are links to job searches, salary guides, and other resources.
  5. Roll Call Jobs contains Capitol Hill news and jobs through a job database and job alerts.