Some people graduate from college and just hope to get a job. Any job. Many assume their first job will be just that – a job, with long hours, low pay, and meaningless work in return for that first line on the resume. They expect to dread going to work.
Others realize it doesn't need to be that way. Because they started their career at Make-A-Wish.
The work of wish granting, and supporting wish granting, is not always easy. Nothing important ever is. It is, however, noble, fulfilling, and life-changing work. Here in the National Office of Make-A-Wish America, recent graduates are immersed in exciting, challenging, and purposeful work. Every employee is treated with dignity and respect, regardless of experience or role, and each is focused on helping Make-A-Wish move ever closer to its vision of granting the wish of every eligible child.