Tag: Social Justice
Alex Shores ( SAR’24), Entertainment to Affect Change
CCD: Tell us about your experience. What were your responsibilities? AS: Entertainment to Affect Change (E2AC) is a nonprofit organization focused on finding creating, and sharing stories with a social impact. They do so by developing social impact podcasts, impact producing short films, and now by hosting a virtual film festival, where filmmakers from across ...
By Center for Career Development on March 23, 2022
How to Get a Job in Social Justice
The pandemic has shed light on racial health disparities and the ongoing police brutality has ignited a national movement for racial equity. This has resulted in many more people willing to enter careers that will transform our society. Whether you want to be an advocate for underrepresented populations or be a data analyst for a ...
By Esther Leonard on February 1, 2021
Student Internship Stories: Hafzat Akanni (CAS’20), Equal Justice Initiative (EJI)
By Hafzat Akanni (CAS’20) CCD: Tell us about your experience. What were your responsibilities? In the summer of 2018, I interned with EJI and was able to gain and exercise many skills throughout the summer. I was able to work on the Confederate Memorial Project, where the other interns and I were tasked with traveling ...
By Center for Career Development on March 18, 2020