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 Duke Endowment is looking for motivated individuals for its 2017–2019 Fellowship Program. If you are, or know, someone who has demonstrated an interest in the nonprofit sector and who has exhibited leadership potential in your civic and/or professional life, this program provides a unique development opportunity.

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation offers one two-year, paid fellowship (beginning July 1) to an individual who demonstrates an interest in philanthropy, public policy, community service and/or the nonprofit sector. This position is salaried and includes benefits.

 The Healthy Eating Active Living Coordinator will be responsible for implementing work related to the Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) initiative, which supports organizations that are expanding access to healthy foods and active living opportunities in their communities by providing training and technical assistance, small grant funding, and facilitated networking.

Description: SEEDS seeks a thoughtful, enthusiastic individual to assist with the appreciation of volunteers in order to aid the organization in its mission to provide educational organic gardening experiences. The intern will also support the recruitment and scheduling of volunteers when needed. The goal of this position is to expand SEEDS Volunteer Appreciation capacity while continuing to support the current volunteer management. The intern will work in the office 8­-10 hours a week at 706 Gilbert St. This internship is unpaid.

SEEDS, Durham’s nonprofit educational community garden, is seeking an exceptional candidate to join our team as a full-time Development Manager. Are you an enthusiastic people person and story teller? Are you highly organized and enjoy coordinating people and projects? Do you get things done? Are you passionate about cultivating a healthy environment and an accessible food system? Then send us your application!

-At Johnson Service Corps, we believe young adults are the future of a more compassionate, just and peaceful world.

Description of Work: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ranks among the world’s leading research universities. The University of North Carolina Tobacco Prevention and Evaluation Program (TPEP), housed in the UNC Department of Family Medicine, has provided expertise in formative and summative evaluation for tobacco control, prevention, and cessation initiatives since 1995.

Position Available:  Executive Director,
El Refugio/The Refuge Family Resource Center,
Jonesboro United Methodist Church
The Executive Director serves as leader of El Refugio/The Refuge Family Resource Center,  Jonesboro United Methodist Church; ensures that the organization’s goals are effectively addressed through programs, networking, fund raising, administration and communication; and oversees the organization’s proper functioning and compliance with financial, legal, grant-related an

Datu Research is seeking a full-time Project Manager to lead research projects on food and agriculture in the United States and internationally, combining primary and secondary research. If you have at least three years of experience managing research projects and developing new business, please apply! Datu is a high-energy consulting firm that enjoys finding answers to tough questions. We help decision makers create sustainable food systems, develop local economies, and increase climate resilience. 

Legal Aid of North Carolina's Human Trafficking Initiative seeks a paralegal to assist with the preparation of immigration petitions such as U and T visas, Adjustments of Status, requests for certification from the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement, and other available relief to victims of human trafficking. The paralegal will also help prepare immigration petitions for trafficking victims served by Legal Aid's Battered Immigrant Project. The paralegal will work under the direct supervision of a licensed attorney and will work from Legal Aid's Farm​worker Unit in Raleigh.