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Helping others provides a richness of experience not to be matched by any other activity, and you may find that what you give comes back to you a hundred fold.
At the entry level, you will assist with campaigns being handled by the firm. Then you will progress to handle more responsibility and become more visible in your work, until finally you are handling major campaigns for clients that are part of your portfolio. After you have gained a certain level of expertise and reputation, you can explore the possibility of opening your own firm. Or you may be offered a position at one of the large nonprofits in the country, such as The American Red Cross or the American Medical Association.
Here as elsewhere, who you know can sometimes help you advance. Short term programs are available for new graduates. They last from six months to two years, and provide either regular pay or a stipend to cover living expenses. You must have a professional resumé in order to apply for a nonprofit position, just as you must in the for-profit sector. Be sure to include all your experience, training and skills that relate to the job, even going as far back as high school. Also, information about volunteer and paid internships, related academic projects and student activities are important.