Links to Jobs and Opportunities

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.

The International Resource Liaison contributes to the Centro Cultural Batahola Norte's institutional fundraising and communications strategies, in close coordination with Friends of Batahola and as a key support to the CCBN General Coordinator.

Advertisement Period: July 14, 2015 – Until Filled

Application Deadline: Until Filled

Title: English as a Second Language Teacher

Location: District Office

Please Contact: Jose Rodriguez, Director, (910) 862-4136,

Qualifications: Must hold or be eligible to hold appropriate North Carolina Teaching Certification.

Salary Range: State Salary Schedule

Medicaid Expansion Project Coordinator

Organizations: Health Care for All NC (HCFANC) and the NC Council of Churches (NCCC)

Preferred Location: Triangle-based

The Organization

The Mission of Family Violence & Rape Crisis Services of Chatham County (FVRC) is “promoting peaceful relationships, building safe homes and communities, and empowering individuals and families to heal from domestic and sexual violence.”

This position is open until filled. The initial screening will be November 18, 2015. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date.

Please note that this position is being re-advertised and previous applicants  do not have to re-apply.

Founded in 1964 by Lyndon B. Johnson, the White House Fellows program is one of America's most prestigious programs for leadership and public service. White House Fellowships offer exceptional young men and women first-hand experience working at the highest levels of the federal government.

Carolina Abortion Fund (CAF) is a non-profit that is working to protect and expand access to abortion through direct service activism and advocacy. We provide direct service by operating a Helpline that provides referrals and funding to women who want to terminate a pregnancy, but lack the funds to obtain a safe abortion. We also mobilize North Carolinians in order to fight abortion stigma, to take action to lift the insurance bans on abortion access, and to collaborate across issues with organizations empowering communities where CAF currently works.

Permanent Full-Time Positions

To apply, send: 1) a cover letter with an overview of why you want the job and some personal and professional background, 2) your resume and 3) the names and contact information for three references who can speak to your experience, skills and attributes to Jenn Frye, Associate Director at

Learn more about all of our open positions at our web site.

Democracy North Carolina combines research, organizing, training, and advocacy to increase civic participation and government accountability in a key Southern state. We seek a government that is truly “of, by and for” the people. Rather than focus on a single issue, we focus on issues related to the political process itself. If we can develop a vibrant, multi-racial civic culture that encourages the active participation and leadership of under-represented voters in the political process, then we will see the payoff in policies that benefit the “good of the whole” in a host of issue areas.

Join the Witness for Peace (WfP) International Team (IT) for a one year term of service. IT work closely with our host partners in Cuba to design and plan participatory, people-to-people educational programs that help visiting groups from the United States understand the impact of global economics and U.S. policies on Cuba. IT serve as educational facilitators for these U.S. groups during ten day educational programs in Cuba. IT share WfP pedagogy to motivate U.S. participants, upon return, to disseminate lessons learned from educational exchanges in Cuba and to advocate for change in U.S.


El Buen Pastor Latino Community Services (EBPLCS) invites applications for the position of Executive Director. We are interested in creative, energetic applicants who share a commitment to working with the Latino community in Winston-Salem to maximize opportunities for family success. For detailed responsibilities of the position and desired qualifications, please see the attached job description. Further description of EBPLCS is contained in the agency description below.