Internal Opportunities 

We offer a variety of internal and CARE-specific learning and development opportunities that compliment and build on your CARE experience. These opportunities are accessible to all of CARE. If you have specific questions regarding these opportunities contact your HR Representative or Generalist.

 

Management Matters is a 3-day workshop that will teach you how to manage people and give you the crucial foundational skills to shift from being an individual contributor to a manager who can achieve team success and drive bottom-line performance. CARE USA staff are certified to deliver this training, click here to learn more.

 

 

HBDI® is a psychometric assessment. We use HBDI to help you increase understanding of yourself and others. This tool helps you to make the most out of you and your teams natural thinking preferences! CARE USA staff are certified to facilitate the use of this tool, click here to learn more.

 

Among our many learning and development opportunities within CARE, Temporary Duty Assignments (TDYs) are the most popular. TDYs give you an opportunity to gain experience and exposure to various elements of work within CARE.

 

 

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Memberships

We have partnered with a diverse group of organizations to offer a variety of learning and development opportunities. These partnerships allow us to offer CARE employees proven programming, discounted rates and/or free access, and exposure to other sources joining the movement to end world poverty.

 

eCornell produces award winning programming that is exclusively designed for people working in the developing world. Programming is offered at a highly discounted rate. Click here for registration instructions.

 

Humentum is an organization focused on building communities, enabling learning, providing expertise, and engaging in advocacy to promote operational excellence of the global NGO community. Global programming is offered at a highly discounted rate.

 

 

Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN) provides nonprofits with the tools they need to make a difference by offering training solutions for nonprofit effectiveness in fundraising, strategic planning, budgeting, and other insightful topics. GCN offers a highly discounted rate on Atlanta based workshops. Recommended for Atlanta based staff.


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Sites

We are not the first to see the value of a global learning resource, we have connected with other NGOs to identify credible and free learning resources focused on humanitarian work. The sites listed below offer a variety of resources, specializations, and opportunities.

 

+Acumen, the world’s school for social change offers CARE employees world-class online courses that empower you to think differently, learn collaboratively and join a global community of learners and doers with a burning desire to change the world. Courses vary in pricing, ranging from free to no more than $25. 

 

DiasterReady.org makes cutting-edge professional development resources available to relief and development workers and volunteers – anywhere, anytime, at no cost.

 

CARE Emergency Toolkit (CET) collects everything that CARE knows about emergency response. It is an encyclopedia for emergencies – an online reference guide!

 

PHAP is the individual-based professional association bringing together all parts of the humanitarian sector. With a shared vision that human life and dignity are safeguarded in the face of humanitarian crises, the association’s mission is to empower capable and informed professionals to transform humanitarian action.

 

 

TED is a global community, welcoming people from every discipline and culture who seek a deeper understanding of the world. On TED.com everyone has access to a clearinghouse of free knowledge from the world’s most inspired thinkers.

 

 

The Sphere movement was started in 1997 by a group of humanitarian professionals aiming to improve the quality of humanitarian work during disaster response. With this goal in mind, they framed a Humanitarian Charter and identified a set of humanitarian standards to be applied in humanitarian response.

 

 

Erdaak means “realization” in Arabic and is a non-profit Arabic platform for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). Edraak provides a platform for a diverse range of free online courses, offered by top universities and entities. CARE Academy also offers a variety of courses in Arabic, click here to explore our courses.

 

 

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