Education, Nonprofit, and Social Services

Enhancing society through education and social support. From powerful lessons in classrooms to counseling and advising sessions, to the incredible programs created to provide basic education and support to those without them. This CLAS Community Network involves the cultivation of youth, the dissemination of knowledge to the broader society, and support for and advocacy on behalf of those who may be disadvantaged.

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Brandyn Jordan
Brandyn Jordan

Brandyn and Emily have curated the content for this page so you can view the latest thinking, articles, experiences, and programs related to Education, Nonprofit, and Social Services. They’re located in the Academic Advising Center in Farrior Hall. To get updates and additional info, as well as information about relevant events, join the Education, Nonprofit, and Social Services network.

Resources

Events

  • Webinar: Post-Graduation: Next Steps for Future Teachers
    Tuesday, February 26, 2019, 3:00 p.m.

    This webinar will discuss considerations when researching and applying for teaching positions, and share a few tips on how to find the right school (district) for you. This Employer Perspectives presentation is hosted by Spring Branch Independent School District in collaboration with the UF Career Connections Center. Register at bit.ly/gatorteach. For more information please contact Daneen at DJohnson@ufsa.ufl.edu.
  • Social Justice Career Day
    Monday, March 18, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
    Ustler Hall

    Join us for an exploration of career paths in social justice. The day will begin with a panel of Women’s Studies alumnae, working in education, mental health, violence prevention, and LGBT advocacy, who offer lessons from their post-graduation journeys, and conclude with a presentation on strategizing social justice job seeking. There will be a lunchtime (lunch provided) keynote address by UF alum and current Gainesville City Commissioner Gail Johnson, “Political Activism as a Path to Social Justice Work.” For more information on this upcoming program, please visit The Social Justice Career Day website.

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