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What Are You Going To Do After Graduation?! . By: Riplie , Rachel, and Carrissa . Just S ome Statistics. In 2011 One-in-five students undergrads are without a job last year as graduate unemployment soared to its highest level since the mid-90s.

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by riplie rachel and carrissa

What Are You Going To Do After Graduation?!

By: Riplie, Rachel,

and Carrissa

just s ome statistics
Just Some Statistics
  • In 2011 One-in-five students undergrads are without a job last year as graduate unemployment soared to its highest level since the mid-90s.
  • The unemployment for May 2012 is at 8.2% in comparison the rate in the year 2000 was 4%.
teach for america
Teach for America

http://www.teachforamerica.org/

800-832-1230

  • Mission Statement: A Solvable Problem

We can provide an excellent education for kids in low-income communities

  • A national corps of recent BA/BS level graduates
  • Commit twoyears to teach in under- resourced urban and rural public schools and earn entry-level teacher’s salary (Salary 30,000-50,000)
  • Included a 5-week summer training program.
  • How to apply: This company has application time periods. Once you have submitted your application you will have 2 different interviews then they select top candidates.
partners in school innovation
Partners in School Innovation

http://www.partnersinschools.org

Mission: To transform teaching and learning in the lowest performing American public schools so that every child, regardless of background, thrives in school.

  • 23-month paid internship working with Bay Area public schools in high-poverty communities, serving mainly students of color and English-language learners, to achieve educational equity through school-based reform.

How to apply: Fill out their “job portal” on their website.

Pay: Salary based on experience and benefits.

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Inner City Teaching Corps

http://www.ictc-chicago.org

  • Places BA level grads as paid classroom teachers in Catholic schools in Chicago’s inner city.
  • Corps members live in a faith-based community.
    • New York City Teacher Fellowship Program http://www.nycteachingfellows.org/\
    • Over 90% of students are children of color and 85% are from low-income families
  • Two year program
  • Pay: $35,000 to $50,000 during their first year of teaching
  • How to apply: Apply online on their website.
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Oakland Teaching Fellows

http://www.oaklandteachingfellows.org

  • A highly selective, innovative path to becoming a teacher.
  • Program seeks talented people to teach science, math or special education.
  • Neither prior education coursework in education nor past teaching experience are required.
  • BA required.
  • Path to earn a credential while teaching.
  • Has an international program as well.
  • How to apply: Apply online on their website. You must find the link for the US or International applications.
peace corp
Peace Corp
  • Peace Corps is an independent U.S. government agency that provides trained volunteers for countries requesting assistance.
  • The length of service to volunteer is 27 months. 3 months of this time is spent being trained. The remaining 24 months are for volunteer service.
requirements
Requirements
  • 90% of volunteer positions require a bachelor’s degree
  • Work history, hobbies, and volunteer experiences are also considered.
  • Minimum age for the Peace Corps is 18 and there is no upper age limit.
  • Volunteers must be U.S. citizens
  • A second language is not required but helpful
benefits
Benefits
  • There is no fee to participate
  • Travel expenses to and from your country of service is paid for
  • Volunteers receive complete medical and dental care while serving
  • $7,425 transition funds received after completing 27 months of service
  • During service volunteers receive a monthly stipend to cover living and housing expenses
professional benefits
Professional Benefits
  • Job Placement Support assists returning volunteers with finding a job.
  • Networking via job fairs and networking meetings.
  • Receive one year of noncompetitive eligibility for employment in the federal government i.e. if one meets the min. requirements for a position then they can be hired without the standard competitive process
public allies
Public Allies
  • Public Allies' mission is to advance new leadership to strengthen communities, nonprofits and civic participation. There are 3 programs you can be involved in,
    • The ally program,
    • the alumni program,
    • and the leadership practice.
  • The one that I will be elaborating on is the ally program.
ally program
Ally Program
  • What is your job as an Ally?
  • What do you earn?

-Earn a monthly stipend of $1,300 to $1,800

-Receive health care, child care, student loan deferment, and a post-service education award of $5,550

leadership development curriculum
Leadership Development Curriculum
  • Skill training and leadership development seminars
  • Feedback, reflection, and personal coaching toward goals
  • Community building and team projects
  • Presentations
applying
Applying
  • U.S. citizenship or legal permanent resident status
  • Be at least 17 years of age
  • Have a high school diploma or GED
  • Passion about social issues
  • Interest in working among diversity
  • Self directed, energetic, and resourceful.
insight collaborative
Insight Collaborative
  • Their mission is to resolve conflict and improve relationships around the world using conflict management educations and dispute resolution services.
  • A non profit organization that provides services and partnership opportunities.
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Insight Collaborative
  • Selected group dedicated to the mission statement.
  • Intensive training and coaching to better equip the Fellow for their 3 month placements.
how the placement works
How the placement works

First 3 months

Following 9 months

Location decided by individual

Applying skills to situation

  • Located in Boston
  • Training for 3 months
  • Expense allowance
  • Paying it back
insight fellowship guidelines
Insight Fellowship guidelines
  • Original and reflective thinking
  • Innovative conflict solutions
  • Exposure to other cultures and customs,
  • Cultivation of entrepreneurship and leadership,
  • Volunteering to benefit of underserved populations
  • Development of a compassionate disposition
summary
Summary
  • We have covered three different options on what one can do after graduation before heading into the job market.
  • These are opportunities available through volunteering, teaching, and leadership.
  • We hope this information has been useful to the class especially those needing ideas for their future.