Today's Random Picks: Teach English in Nepal or Intern in Pasadena


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Every day, hundreds of new listings are added to our site, and it’s always amazing to see the variety of organizations, opportunities, and events that Idealist users can connect with. Let’s see what you (and we!) might be missing! I’ve decided to pick a few random listings each week and spotlight them here.

Today’s area of focus: Children and Youth

Organization: The United States Fund for UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund)
Location: 125 Maiden Lane, New York, New York, 10038, United States
In their own words: “The United States Fund for UNICEF, works for the survival, protection, and development of children worldwide through fund raising, education, and advocacy.”

Job: Home Based Family Therapist – IDHMFTU
Organization: Riverside Community Care
In their own words: “Riverside Community Care helps build healthy communities through the delivery of innovative mental health care, mental retardation and traumatic head injury services, early intervention services, and substance abuse treatment.”

Volunteer Opportunity: English Teachers for schools
Organization: Volunteering and Adventure Nepal
In their own words: “The Federation of Business and Professional Women Nepal (BPW Nepal) serves as a forum to articulate the interests and problems of women in Nepal, particularly those related to working women.”

Internship: Adoption Intern
Organization: Heartsent Adoptions, Inc.
In their own words: “Heartsent Adoptions, Inc. is a full service, nonprofit domestic and international adoption agency created to assist adopting individuals in the journey to find their heart’s desire… a child to love.”

Event: Donation Drive
Organization: Peace of Mind Services, Inc
Date: April 2010 – April 2012. Every Tuesday and Wednesday between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
In their own words: “We focus on issues and the development of at risk youth. Our goal is to reach at risk youth, their parents and needy families and provide them with support to help sustain their households.”

Search hundreds of other listings filed under Children and Youth, or post an opportunity of your own.

[This blog entry appeared on an older version of Idealist; any broken links are a result of having re-launched our site in Fall 2010.]

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