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Fall 2014 Non-Profit Internship/Volunteer Fair

August  27, 2014  12:00 PM  - 2:00 PMQueens University of Charlotte, Main Campus, Trexler Courtyard

Contact Information

Internship & Career Programs
Phone:
704-337-2337
Email:
careerprograms@queens.edu

Event Details

Are you looking for ways to become involved and give back to the Charlotte community?  The Center for Active Citizenship along with the Internship & Career Programs office invite students to learn about internships and volunteer opportunities in the non-profit sector.

This event is co-sponsored by Center for Active Citizenship and Internship & Career Programs.

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