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Jobs, internships, and other opportunities across the U.S. and beyond! We re-post listings in the language(s) received. For more information about these opportunities, visit the links below. This list is updated monthly and stays up for two months; please let us know if something should be removed before that time.

Description of Work: This position requires fluency in Spanish. The outreach worker acts under the direction and supervision of the outreach coordinator. S/he is responsible for completing basic health assessments, referrals, and follow-up to migrant and seasonal farmworkers. This position requires evening availability, a valid NC driver's license, car insurance, and reliable transportation. This position will be supervised and based out of the NC Farmworkers’ Project in Benson but will require frequent travel in surrounding areas.

Description of Work: This is a bilingual (Spanish/English) position. The outreach worker acts under the direction and supervision of the outreach coordinator. S/he is responsible for completing basic health assessments, referrals, and follow-up to migrant and seasonal farmworkers and for case management of farmworkers seen by the Campbell University mobile clinic, and for driving the clinic van and assisting in coordination of mobile clinics.

Job Description:

The Agroecology / Food Justice Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating FWAF’s Rebuilding Local Food Systems in Farmworker Communities project. The primary responsibilities include:

Join us for a summer of learning people’s history, protest skills, and political analysis! 

Who: High School Students, ages 13-18 (9th-12th grade) 
When: Freedom School tracks are 2 weeks long: Tuesdays – Fridays. 9am-4:30pm; Friday programming may run later.  Where: Raleigh, Durham, and (new!) Greensboro

Location: Whiteville, NC
Compensation: $31,200 ($15/hr)

Applications for the NC Summer Policy Institute 2018 close this Friday May 4th at 11:59 PM (EST).

The Farmworker Rights Division provides free legal representation to Georgia's farmworkers with employment-related issues.  Typical cases involve employers failing to pay workers’ wages, discriminating on the basis of citizenship or national origin, subjecting workers to human trafficking conditions, and breaking recruitment promises.  Clients include local Georgians, migrant U.S.-based farmworkers, and guest workers from Latin America and the Caribbean.  Our Paralegal works closely with our attorneys, investigates claims, communicates with clients and potential clients, and

The Economics and Governance Education and Community Support team member will be an integral part of the Education Team that plans and implements Highlander's popular education work on-site and in communities, including leading planning and program implementation of Social Solidarity Economies / Economics and Governance work, supporting local communities and networks who are creating new community-led economies and helping build visionary strategies that advance the needs and rights of people over profit.

The Youth Organizing and Leadership Development Support team member will be an integral part of the Education Team that plans and implements Highlander's popular education work on-site and in communities, leading the Seeds of Fire program that supports youth organizing in the South including Appalachia, and coordinating internship, leadership development, and intergenerational organizing programming.

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