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Position: Field Organizer, Immigrant Policy

Position Summary

SC Appleseed is seeking to contract with a part time Field Organizer to work with our Immigrant Policy Program to coordinate grassroots, community-driven advocacy and engagement efforts around issues of Immigrants Rights in South Carolina.

Broad areas of work include:

Hours: Full-time with occasional evening, Saturday and Sunday engagements, and some travel within the state

Approximate Salary: $38,000 with benefits (vacation, sick leave, retirement option after three months)

Reports to: PHW Program Director

The Alliance for Fair Food (AFF) accepts applications for summer, fall and spring internships. Exact internship dates are determined on an individual basis, though applicants should be prepared to commit to a period of 3-5 months. Interns are provided a modest monthly stipend and free housing.

We are looking for candidates ready to commit themselves to this high level of discipline and help us create something powerful together.

Intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

Location: Immokalee, FL, with frequent travel

Application Deadline: April 15, 2017

Compensation: A modest salary and health benefits; phone bill paid by organization

Working Together Group will accept applications for the first Jim Schmidt Fellowship from February 1, 2017 – March 15, 2017. The Jim Schmidt Leadership Fellowship will provide an opportunity for someone, who is either a farmworker or from a farmworking family, to develop their leadership and organizing skills through a one-year stipended Fellowship from June 1, 2017- May 31, 2018 through the Working Together Group, a coalition of farmworker-serving organizations in New York State.

Durham immigration firm seeks an experienced receptionist with a minimum of 1 year of immigration experience. The duties include: Answer phones, return client phone calls, make appointments using online calendar, greet clients, interpret, translate, prepare and mail court documents, prepare filings using online form system, file documents, and scan copies. Qualified candidates must have a commitment to hard work, attention to detail, excellent writing, excellent communication, and organization. We offer competitive salaries plus a pleasant working environment.

The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina (ACLU-NC) seeks a dynamic team player to fill the position of Executive Assistant to the Executive Director. This position requires the ability to maintain confidentiality, exercise sound independent judgment, attend closely to details, and take initiative. The Executive Assistant will report directly to the Executive Director.

The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina Legal Foundation (ACLU-NCLF) seeks a regular, full-time Paralegal in our Raleigh offices.

Since 1994, ISL has provided short-term service trips to volunteers looking for practical experience through medical, education, and community enrichment programs. We are excited to further extend these opportunities through immersive internships. These internships enable volunteers to develop their professional, intercultural, and linguistic skills, all while assisting organizations that are doing important work in our host countries. We strive to meet a very high standard of quality for both the intern and the recipients of our services.

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.