The Organization: El Pueblo’s mission is for Latinxs to achieve positive social change through building consciousness, capacity, and community action. El Pueblo’s core strategies include integrated voter engagement, lobbying for state level policy change, leadership development of grassroots community members, and cultural expression for social change. The organization and its core group of activists and leaders are based in Wake County, although our voter engagement and policy efforts work in coalition with other organizations and communities throughout the state.
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Jobs, internships, and other opportunities across the U.S. and beyond! We re-post listings in the language(s) received. This list is updated monthly. For more information about these opportunities, visit the links below.
Job Summary: The program manager will oversee and manage integration of health center operations with activities of outreach staff, students/nurses, residents and volunteers working in the farmworker camps/community and clinic settings. This position involves extensive outreach activities outside the clinic setting for approximately 6 months of the year working with migrant, seasonal, and retired farmworkers and their dependents.
Freedom School Partners (FSP) is hiring for summer Site Administrative Interns (SAI) to serve as the primary administrative coordinator at one of our sixteen Freedom School sites.
ABOUT DOGWOOD ALLIANCE: Dogwood Alliance mobilizes diverse voices to protect the unique forests and communities of the Southern US from destructive industrial logging through grassroots action, holding corporate and government decision-makers accountable, catalyzing large-scale conservation and advancing a 21st century vision that fully values forests for the myriad ways in which they sustain life.
Job Location- Atlanta, Georgia
Type -Regular Full-Time
Overview:The Outreach Paralegal will perform extensive outreach to current and prospective clients and community organizations; conduct field investigations and advocacy; provide case management and support; conduct research; organize documents and information; and assist with community mobilization when appropriate. Substantial overnight travel is required.
About the NC Oral Health Collaborative: In May 2013 several stakeholders across the state came together with the Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation under a planning grant from the DentaQuest Foundation to develop a formal infrastructure and strategy as it relates to oral health policies, programs and financing priorities. This diverse group of partners named themselves the North Carolina Oral Health Collaborative (NCOHC). The first full stakeholder convening was held in October 2013.
Wake Forest School of Medicine – Department of Family and Community Medicine is seeking qualified candidates to work as part-time field data collectors (field interviewers) for a multi-year study in collaboration with Student Action with Farmworkers (SAF). The purpose of this study is to describe the common work experiences of hired Latino youth farmworkers and delineate how farm work arrangements affect physical, developmental, and psychological health in this population.
The Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN) is looking for three (3) part time community organizers to work in different areas of North Carolina until May, 2017. The ideal candidates for these positions are people who are passionate about immigrant justice, creative, self-starters, ready to organize in their community, enjoy working in teams, and have a longterm commitment to the immigrant rights movement and social justice.
The Center for Environmental Farming Systems Sustainable Agriculture Research Apprenticeship Program is seeking highly-motivated individuals from a variety of different backgrounds to participate in a hands-on work and study program that trains participants in many aspects of sustainable agriculture production and research. The majority of each apprentices’ work will focus on a particular production system at CEFS, although locations will vary.
The 2017 Rural Economic Development Institute (REDI) will be held March 28-30, April 25-27, and May 23-25.
Since 1989, more than 1,000 North Carolinians have participated in REDI, the Rural Center's annual signature leadership training program.
REDI addresses leadership in two ways: It helps participants enhance their skills as community leaders and it increases their knowledge of economic and community development strategies--equipping them with the tools they need to tackle the tough issues their rural communities face.