Career Advice

iOnPoverty is for job-seekers and change agents interested in working for economic justice and againstpoverty. Insider career advice, tips on getting hired, having fun by doing good and more transmitted via online video.

Compassion, commitment and concern for humans required to operate product. Intergenerational-friendly, but particularly designed for young professionals and students.Pathfinders are people like you, just a bit older. They care about having a positive impact on the world, and have built their own kickass careers to make that happen. They come from all over the world. Plus, they are checked out and curated by iOnPoverty’s wicked smart Selection Panel. Pathfinders are legit changemakers who give it to you straight.

Warning: Product may cause job satisfaction, excitement, interview success and social change. Stasis and inertia could be adversely affected.


The GoodWork™ Project is a large scale effort to identify individuals and institutions that exemplify good work – work that is excellent in quality, socially responsible, and meaningful to its practitioners – and to determine how best to increase the incidence of good work in our society.

More Than Money Careers is a for-profit social enterprise that helps students and professionals Get Clear, Get Connected and Get Hired for well-paying career opportunities that match their values.

More Than Money Careers offers an online library of modules and online training programs that university staff can use as they work with students and working professionals to get hired for career opportunities in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Social Enterprise, and Sustainable Business.

13 campus partners: Brown University, Carlson School of Management (University of Minnesota), Darden School of Business (University of Virginia), George Washington University School of Business, Kenan-Flagler School of Business (University of North Carolina), Lokey Graduate School of Business (Mills College), Ross School of Business (University of Michigan), Seattle University, Smith School of Business (University of Maryland), Terry College of Business (University of Georgia), Texas State University, Yale School of Management, and Zicklin School of Business (Baruch College).



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