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. 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.

North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals (NCSHP) Grant-Based Position: NCSHP Program Coordinator

The North Carolina Society of Hispanic Professionals (NCSHP) is a 501 (c)(3) non-proit statewide organization whose mission is to promote education among Hispanic youth in North Carolina. NCSHP concentrates on the educational needs of Hispanic students. The intent of NCSHP is to develop and secure educational opportunities to improve Hispanic youth’s success and school performance. NCSHP’s ofice is located in Cary, NC.

The McCain Institute for International Leadership, a part of Arizona State University, seeks a full-time Program Assistant to support the Buffett-McCain Institute Initiative to Combat Modern Slavery, a pilot project to address forced and coerced labor in Texas agriculture. The Human Trafficking Program Assistant will report to the Initiative’s Program Manager and will be responsible for a range of administrative and programmatic duties. Please provide desired salary and location (Austin, TX or Rio Grande Valley, TX) in cover letter.

Farmworker Justice is a nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., founded in 1981, that
works to protect and empower migrant and seasonal farmworkers to improve their living and
working conditions, immigration status, health and access to health care, occupational
safety and access to justice. We work with farmworker organizations across the nation.
Farmworker Justice, founded in 1981, is a 501(c)(3) charitable corporation incorporated in
the District of Columbia. Currently Farmworker Justice has a professional staff of ten and

Mountain Community Health Partnership is seeking a Full Time Agricultural Health Outreach Worker. Location, days and hours will be based on organizational need. Flexibility is required. A valid NC driver’s license is required. BILINGUAL REQUIRED.

Purpose: Responsible for managing daily operations of the center; ensuring compliance with all policies and procedures of ECMHSP, Head Start Performance Standards (45-CFR 1304), United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)/Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) and all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Ensures that center is making progress towards ECMHSP, Regional, and center goals and objectives. 


Toxic Free NC has been fighting pesticide pollution since 1986. The organization aims to improve the health and well-being of North Carolina’s people and environment by reducing exposures to toxic chemicals used in agriculture and consumer products. Our focus is to serve communities across the state, especially farmworkers, children, and those impacted by pesticide pollution.

Join a great team of organizers and staff working to organize farmworkers across the South and Midwest!

This position is available immediately as either full-time or part time, with the option to do a joint communication and organizing position, depending on the applicant’s qualifications. In your cover letter, please state if you are interested in a full or part time position and include relevant information on your organizing background and qualifications.

The Orange County Health Department has an opening for a full-time, time-limited Family Success Alliance (FSA) Social Work Supervisor II – “Manager of Family Engagement”.

The application period closes on 7/3.  

DCLT is announcing the hiring of a new, full-time Community Organizer position with the organization. The primary responsibility for this self-motivated, independent – as well as team player - will be relationship and community building. The organizer will work closely with the property management team listening to, and working to empower, over 250 residents across seven neighborhoods where DCLT owns properties in Durham.

The Duke College Advising Corps places exceptional recent Duke undergraduate alums ('16, '17, '18) from ALL fields of study in central North Carolina high schools as near-peer college advisers to lead low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented students to college. Advisers serve the entire school year, with the possibility of extending their term of service for an additional year. New staff will start their 2018-2019 year of service with a training in Durham, NC (July-August), and begin working at Duke CAC partner high schools in August.