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Thursday, March 4th, 2021

Careers in Government and Public Service

The U.S. government is the largest civilian employer in the U.S., while working alongside it are state and local entities addressing the basic needs of citizens and communities in the areas of transportation, education, public health, public assistance, energy, natural resources, law, commerce, and more.

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Friday, October 23rd, 2020

Careers in Government

There are many opportunities for work in government at the federal, state, and local levels, as well as
internationally. Here are several resources, tips, and opportunities to help you get started.

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Monday, January 16th, 2017

BPIP! No, I did not hiccup.

The BPIP Internship Fund provides a scholarship of $3,000 for undergraduate students able to secure an unpaid summer internship in the nonprofit / public service sector.

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Wednesday, October 14th, 2015

Social Entrepreneurship Institute

Presented annually by Unite For Sight, the Social Entrepreneurship Institute provides mentoring, guidance, and successful strategies for participants to apply to their work in global health, social entrepreneurship, education, and international development. In addition to unique interactive sessions by leaders in global health and social entrepreneurship, the Institute also includes lunch and dinner networking receptions with the speakers.

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Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Spring BPIP Info Sessions

Learn about the BPIP Internship Fund, which provides a $3,000 stipend for undergraduate students who have secured full-time, unpaid summer internships in the nonprofit and public service sectors.

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Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

BPIP Internship Fund Info Sessions

The BPIP Internship Fund provides a $3,000 stipend for undergraduate students who have secured full-time, unpaid summer internships in the nonprofit and public service sectors.

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Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

Operation Smile

Operation Smile along with the Pre-Health Society and Bucknell Business Leaders, are hosting Dr. Bill Magee, the Founder and CEO of the global non-profit organization, Operation Smile. Operation Smile funds and performs facial deformity surgeries across the globe. The organization has performed over 200,000 cleft lip and cleft palate surgeries in over 60 countries. Dr. Bill Magee will be speaking on campus, Thursday, October 2nd at 7pm in the ELC Forum. Dr. Magee will be speaking about his experience creating a non-profit that has helped hundreds of thousands across the world. He will be focusing on both his success in […]

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Monday, September 16th, 2013

A Look Inside D.C.:The role of NGOs and Non-Profits in Washington

Come take a look inside D.C. and the role of NGOs and non-profits in Washington with Emily Seldin ’11 and Wes Pyron ’12. Monday, September 23rd | Noon | Bertrand Library Traditional Reading Room Lunch will be provided, sign up on the BRIDGE by Friday, September 20 The President and Congress are arguably the most recognizable figures in American Politics. While these leaders create, debate, and pass countless legislative acts, it is the non-profits, think tanks, and other public policy forces that truly drive political policy in our nation’s capital. These groups of motivated, hard-working individuals conduct research and advocate […]

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Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

Bucknell Professional Network Panel in NYC

Join the Bucknell Professional Networks for this great panel in NYC on May 16th: Power of Social Good: Opportunities to Grow & Strengthen Your Involvement May 16th , 2013 | 6:30 – 9:30 PM The Gabarron Foundation 149 East 38th Street New York, New York 10016 Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be served; $10.00 per person Open to all Bucknellians: Students RSVP (by 5/13); Alumni RSVP The goal of the panel is to inform people on how they can get involved in the social sector— whether it’s by serving on a nonprofit Board, volunteering in a meaningful way, or starting […]

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