American Red Cross128,140 positions
Job Description: If you are interested in both a challenging and rewarding opportunity with the world's largest humanitarian network then the American Red Cross is where you want to work.
Members should also be comfortable working with a wide variety of people from all walks of life and backgrounds, and respect the American Red Cross fundamental principles.
Our goal is to assist the business in meeting its objectives and at the same time ensure that the America Red Cross has the proper controls in place to protect Red Cross stakeholders.
As an employee at the American Red Cross, you could be on the front lines making a positive impact on our community and specifically in the lives of african american patients.
Because the American Red Cross Greater New York Region has multiple internship opportunities we've grouped them by "Mission Concepts," which is a work area that will allow you to narrow your interest to make it easier to select your ideal internship.
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