Here’s What’s New at Idealist.org

If you’ve visited our parent site, Idealist.org, since November 27, then you’ve probably noticed plenty of exciting and beautiful updates. And if it’s been a while since you’ve browsed our job, internship, volunteer, and organization listings, you’re in for a pleasant surprise!

We wanted to take this opportunity to introduce you to our newly updated Idealist.org. After plenty of hard work (and hard listening), we’ve responded to feedback from our community of job seekers with a clean and user-friendly new design that’s fun to use and easy on the eyes. Allow us to give you a quick tour of the highlights.

  • New look & feel: We’ve improved the design and layout of our search features, organization profiles, and job listings to make them more engaging for you as you peruse opportunities on our site. Our new fonts and icon systems make it easy to scan the page, reading for the most pertinent information.
  • Search filters: Our typical search filters are still available, making it easy for you to search opportunities based on part-time or full-time work, organization area of focus, or education level.
  • Opportunity listings: The information you need most, such as job title, location, start date, and salary, all appear right at the top, along with call-to-action buttons which offers you an immediate next step if you’re ready to apply, save the job, or share it with friends.

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Let us know what you think of our new design in the comments, and of course, if you have any questions send those along, too!

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As a seasoned communications professional with 15 years of nonprofit experience and 6 years of experience creating engaging content and copy, I love the idea that a thoughtfully crafted piece of content can spark social change. Here at Idealist Careers, I'm eager to offer job seekers, game changers, and do-gooders actionable tips, career resources, and "social-impact lifestyle" advice.
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    • Katharina commy hepbzubah izobs
    • December 23, 2018
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    The ideas are fresh and in the now with what’s next in our minds as we work, its an exploring of creative mind set for today, an awesome way to go, its keeps us moving forward.

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