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  • AAIDD is an interdisciplinary organization of professionals and citizens concerned about intellectual and developmental disabilities. It promotes progressive policies, sound research, effective practices and universal human rights for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This site includes a Career Center for job search.
  • At this site, JobLink provides job listings to non-members, but members can place a resume in the database, can receive online reports with job activity statistics and relevant email alerts.
  • A coalition of leading national nonprofit agencies committed to helping individuals, families and communities thrive. This site includes information on latest news and resources, conferences and events, jobs and internships.
  • Developed by the Brown Schools, Jobs Online provides a wide-range of free resources for individuals interested in social work and social service relaated employment. It also provides free resources for employers who are looking to connect with top talent.
  • This online career center features real social work jobs at all professional levels, in a variety of settings, and in locations around the world, as well as articles and resources relating to careers in the profession of social work.
  • Job listings include jobs in mental health, substance abuse, children and youth, medical social work, criminal justice, domestic violence, counseling, community organizing and outreach, EAP, mentoring, homelessness or a variety of other human service areas.
  • United Way of New York City connects people, resources and ideas to create a thriving community characterized by income stability, educational success, and healthy people. This site includes an employment section.

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