Careers in the Common Good

About CCG

*New: The Take-Away from the CCG Community Hour about Making a Living While Making a Difference*

The Take-Away from the CCG Community Hour about Museum Career Pathways

The Take-Away from the CCG Community Hour about Environment & Sustainibility

The Take-Away from the CCG Community Hour about Demystifying Non-Profits, Writing for Non-Profits

The Take-Away from the CCG Community Hour about Pathways in Education

The CCG Resource Guide for Pathways in Education is now available for download!

The Take-Away from the CCG Community Hour about The Nonprofit Job and Internship Search

Careers in the Common Good (CCG) connects Brown students considering nonprofit, social justice or public service careers with opportunities, employers and alumni.  We provide one-on-one advising, workshops, networking events and online resources to facilitate the exploration of various career pathways and finding jobs/internships with organizations committed to the social good.

We host various Community Hours throughout the academic year featuring panels of alumni and local experts, on such topics as demystifying nonprofits, making a difference on a nonprofit salary, public interest law, public health, community organizating, public education, museum careers, and microfinance.

For our database of over 1,000 common good networks and opportunities, check out Exploring Your Options.

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Careers in the Common Good is an initiative of Brown's Curricular Resource Center, CareerLAB, and Swearer Center for Public Service.