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John P. Hazelroth
To answer this, need to know the following; 1) what are you interests; 2) have you graduated and if so what is your degree - if not are you in school and what are your taking; 3) how would you describe your skill set; 4) what are your salary expectations; 4) where do you want to live/work; and 5) how many hours are you willing to work each week?
There are so many! Broadly, you might consider working in fundraising/development, communications, human resources, finance, client services, project management, event coordination, or IT. Generally, almost any profession you can think of will have a nonprofit equivalent - e.g. sales and business development share a lot of similarities with fundraising.
The answer to this question will vary so much depending on the organization. To narrow your search, I suggest examining a few organizations you respect, and taking a look at their "Our Team" page on their website to get an idea of the kinds of professions and people they employ.