The tricky thing is that, although I have five years of post-college work experience, I didn't actually learn much of anything useful in my last job, so I'm basically qualified, skill-set-wise, for the same sorts of jobs I was when I graduated, which is somewhat limiting. But I'm really smart and a fast learner, so I'm sure that any of those jobs that have qualifications like, "1-3 years experience herding cats," or, "Experience singing in the library without disturbing people," are things that I could learn quickly, even if I don't have much actual experience in them. How do I convince potential employers of that?
And, of course, if anyone knows of openings that might be interesting, do let me know. I'm especially interested in working in a funky and/or interesting nonprofit doing Good Stuff. I'd like to be in some sort of coordination/project management position, but I'm willing to do less interesting things for more interesting organizations.